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【HaHaNoYume】Baby Kimono - Hikari ひかり

【HaHaNoYume】Baby Kimono - Hikari ひかり

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HK$450.00
HK$430.00
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×New Year Special Edition× Limited Edition
This baby kimono
 romper is inspired by the traditional Japanese Kimono, known for their simple straight seems and wrap style, the rompers have easy to use snaps for quick nappy changes.
  • Fully Imported Japanese Fabric
  • 100% double gauze cotton
  • Machine washable

Hikari ひかり means light. Eternal and everlasting light into the world around.

The fabric reminisces the language of flowers, Hanakotoba, meant to convey emotion and communicate directly to each other without needing the use of words. Flower symbolism plays a vital role in Japanese art, literature and everyday life.

Symbols and motifs have always been an integral part of Japanese aesthetics, both in traditional and modern designs.

Cranes represent longevity and good fortune, perfect combination of good blessings for the new year.

The Chrysanthemum is a symbol of endurance and rejuvenation, whilst the cherry blossom has been revered by the Japanese and closely associated with its philosophy of mono-no-aware.

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