This Yukata pyjama model “Fumin” – Heiwa – 100% cotton, will bring you an unparalleled softness inside. The ideal garment to be able to walk comfortably at home.
Available in other styles:
Available in two other colors: Grey and Black.
Available in dark grey.
Available in white.
Free shipping from Asia: 10 – 15 days
Size Medium: fits 1.70m +/- 5 cm (around 70 kg)
Length top 71cm, Sleeves 35cm, Bust 112cm
Length pants 98cm
Size Large: fits 1.78m +/- 5 cm (between 70 and 85 kg)
Length top 75cm, Sleeves 38cm, Bust 120cm
Length pants 102cm
Size XLarge: fits 1.83m +/- 5 cm (from 85 to 100+ kg)
Length top 77cm, Sleeves 42cm, Bust 130cm
Length pants 105cm
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|About the Shibuya’shop on AsiaEmarket
|Shibuya is a fashion district in Tokyo and it is home to many popular fashion retailers, including both international and Japanese brands. The neighborhood is known for its trendy streetwear and youth fashion, and it is a popular destination for both domestic and international shoppers. Additionally, many fashion events and fashion shows are held in Shibuya, further cementing its reputation as a fashion hub. On AsiaEmarket we try our best to providing a view on design which can be consider as “japanese trends”. Located in Shibuya, we can find Harajuku.
|In the late 19th century, the area around Harajuku Station was mostly rural, but as Tokyo began to rapidly urbanize in the early 20th century, the area developed into a residential neighborhood. After World War II, Harajuku became a popular destination for young people. And indeed, the american soldiers were based on the neighboorhood at the Yoyogi Kôen. Since then, the young american soldiers start displaying fashion from America. Little by little, curiosity gains the young people from Tokyo and japanese shops selling american/foreign brands appeared, gathering more and more interest everyday. After American soldiers left Tokyo, Harajuku kept its reputation as a fashion hub for youngster.
In the 1970s and 1980s, Harajuku became a center of Japan’s burgeoning youth culture and fashion scene, with many young people flocking to the area to participate in the latest fashion trends and subcultures, such as punk, goth, and Lolita. In recent years, Harajuku has continued to be a popular destination for young people, and it is also a popular spot for tourists interested in Japanese fashion and culture.