Must-have items for Japanese Summer !

Let Domo online store showcase the must-have items to get through super humid Japanese summer season.

Japanese Flip-Flops, so called “Zori” in Japanese terms originated in the Heian Period (794-1192).
Like all Japanese sandals, zōri allow for free circulation of air around the feet, a feature that probably came about because of the humid climate that predominates throughout most of Japan.
Domo store sells Flips-Flops made of cloth and you can wash them even in your laundry machine! It’s elaborate and one-of-a-kind work by flip-flops artisans and of course each of them is handmade.
Now you can get 20% discount.




Last item is Wind chimes,often made of metal or wood. Wind chimes are usually hung outside of a building or residence, as a visual and aural garden ornament, to be played by the wind. Japanese call it ” Furin “. It makes emotional sounds as the wind blow,enhance the ambiance of Japanese summer.


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