Dirndl apple candy

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In Japan and Kyoto, we collect the scenery that we casually see, and make it "it's fun if there is such a pattern". The concept is "new Nippon textiles". All textiles are "dyed" in Kyoto with the motif of Nippon.

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Dirndl apple candy

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"Gathered skirt, apple candy / 虙子蘋果糖" It is a gathered skirt with color points on the hem. The waist elastic makes it easy to wear. With pockets on both sides. *Due to the pattern of the textile, the pattern of each pattern is different. Please note. ● Size: Free (Wearing model height 173 cm) ●Dimensions: Total length 60 cm, waist 64 cm (rubber) Material: 100% cotton ● Made in Japan [Handling Precautions] *When washing with water, it may shrink when dried with a tamper, so please shape it and let it dry naturally. *Please note that the color may fade due to washing, rubbing, etc. *Avoid leaving it wet for a long time as it may cause discoloration or color transfer. [Apple candy] Festivals are held in various places throughout Kyoto year round. One of the pleasures of such a festival is the festival stand. Cotton candy, okonomiyaki, red "apple candy" that shines brightly in the stalls lined up so as to be distracted. Apple candy is a simple snack made by pouring sugar candy boiled onto the surface of an apple and sticking it with a stick. From big ones to small ones made with princess apples, you can enjoy crispy candy with gabbling and biting, and slightly heat apples. There are various opinions about the origin, but it is surprisingly said to be the west coast of the United States. It is said that it was transmitted to Japan from the end of the Meiji era, and it was not told. There is an apricot candy similar to apple candy in Japan, but apple candy seems to be the mainstream in western Japan where it is relatively warm and relatively warm.

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