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【HaHaNoYume】Chiyo ちよ

【HaHaNoYume】Chiyo ちよ

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HK$450.00
HK$430.00
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This baby kimono romper is inspired by the traditional Japanese Kimono, known for their simple straight seams and wrap style, the rompers have easy to use snaps for quick nappy changes.

  • Fully Imported Organic Fabric
  • 100% double gauze cotton
  • Machine washable

Chiyo ちよ means eternal. The fabric motives of arrowheads reminisces Hamaya, popular among New Year’s visitors to shrines as one type of good-luck charm or engimono. From the Edo to the early Meiji period, hamaya were given as gifts to celebrate the first New Year of a male baby’s life, frequently in a set together with a pair of decorative bows called hamayumi(“demon-breaking bows”).

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