Jinbei is easier to move and wear than a yukata, so it is perfect for energetic children. The elastic waist of the shorts makes it easy to put on and take off. In Japan, kites are generally fried and played on New Year's Day. The meanings of the letters drawn on the kite are auspicious words such as "寿 (kotobuki) : congratulation”, “福 (fuku) : fortune", and "禄 (roku) : blessing”. The material is 100% cotton, so it is soft to the touch and breathable. You can wash it at home, but be careful as it shrinks easily. This is made in Thailand, but the design is made in Japan.
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