Sleeveless blouse Mt. Fuji

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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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Sleeveless blouse Mt. Fuji

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"Sleeveless blouse Mt. Fuji / Sleeveless plaque Mt. Fuji" Sleeveless blouse with tuck. The hem wide form is very cool when you wear it softly. *Due to the pattern of the textile, the pattern of each pattern is different. Please note. ● Size: Free (Wearing model height 173 cm) ●Dimensions: Length 62cm, Chest measurement 110cm, Cuffs 48cm 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. [Mount Fuji] The highest peak of Japan you know, Mt. Fuji. Many legends, such as immortality and resurrection of the dead, remain and are worshiped by many people both now and in the past. Mt. Fuji is an active volcano that has repeatedly erupted for tens of thousands of years. The height is 3776 m. This is about four times as high as Mt. Hiei, which spans Kyoto and Shiga prefectures. The ukiyo-e "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji", an ukiyo-e drawn by the representative painter of the Edo period, Hokusai Katsushika, is the most famous painting on Mt. Fuji. Originally published as 36 titles, it was so popular that 10 figures were added later, resulting in a series of 46 figures. At that time, there was a strong faith in Mt. Fuji among the people and there was a lot of people who worshiped at Mt. Fuji in a mass manner. “Fujitsuka” was built in various places in Edo to look like Mt. Fuji. Mt. Fuji is still in the hearts of Japanese people today. Mt. Fuji may be the home of all Nippon people. June 2013 Registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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