ROoRING's Tea Cafe Apron is a Japanese style apron reminiscent of a hakama. The tea cafe apron has a shape that wraps from the back side to the entire surface, so it covers the front and back firmly. The waist is characterized by a black band (each band) tightening comfort. In addition, it is a traditional Japanese form that can be used in situations where Western aprons are inconvenient, such as crawling and standing from a sitting position. Not only Japanese clothes, but also spread skirts and skirts with a lot of volume, it is hard to spread and the skirt does not get dirty easily. The slits come on the back side, so the front and sides are less likely to get dirty, and the waistline is solid, and even if there is a lot of movement such as standing and sitting, there is no stress of the cloth tension and it is difficult to wear it. It is also made with an abdominal pressure-type structure in which the pocket is also sandwiched between the belts. The easy-to-use shape for both clothes and kimono can accommodate any occasion. Of course for housework. It can also be used for work such as work, and the subdued color does not make dirt stand out. Recommended for uniforms such as cafes. The karakuri kasuri fabric is soft and contains air, so it keeps warm air in place and suppresses the severe cold of winter, and in summer it absorbs sweat and fat, so it can be used throughout the year. Since it also supports house cleaning, it is one of the nice features that you can throw it into the washing machine without hesitation even if you pollute the apron during use. The more you wash it, the softer it becomes, and the more you feel it, the more you feel attached to it. ● Material 100% cotton ● Size Total length: 75 cm Width of a garment: 120cm Pocket: width 23cm x depth 9cm String length: 128cm * There may be an error of about 1 cm from the above dimensions. Please note. ● Color Navy / wine / brown * The appearance of colors may differ depending on the viewing environment such as a personal computer. ● What is [karakuri]? "Kurume weave" and "Kurume Kasuri" are traditional crafts that are famous as 100% cotton-dyed fabric (weaving after dyeing the yarn) in the Chikugo region of Fukuoka Prefecture. Since the yarn is dyed first and then woven, the feature is a durable fabric that does not fade easily. Since it is woven tightly, it is durable, but you may feel a strong contact with the skin. ROoRING, in collaboration with the owner of the Fukuoka household goods store, has developed the "karakuri" kasuri fabric, which uses Kurume Kasuri's technology to make the thread thinner than usual and weave it softly to contain air to improve softness and skin familiarity. Did. ● Care Be careful not to get it caught because it uses ultrafine fibers. Please be careful not to wash it with other clothing as it may cause discoloration when first selected. We recommend hand-washing, but if you use a washing machine, please put it in the laundry net.