Navy and Red Ikari Makuri Cotton Bandana$ 35
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- Product Notes
The Ukiyoe genre, a Japanese art movement made waves from the 17th century and concluded in the 19th century. This distinctive design inspired by this period depicts a cat with the phrase 'Ikari Makuri', which loosely translates to 'too angry'. This sentiment is further exemplified by the remainder of this design and would certainly create a bold statement when tied around one's neck.
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- Size Notes
52 cm x 52 cm.
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in Japan
- Delivery & returns
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With a father and son at the helm, Kapital began as a flicker of inspiration and general impatience from founder Toshikiyo, who, before branching out on his own, worked for a jeans company who only made copies of American jeans. Confident in his own abilities and need for originality, he decided to launch his own brand, and hence Kapital was born. They are dedicated to making high-quality products that encompass the family-driven dedicated to skilled craftsmanship and credit their varied influences to the environment and people they surround themselves with.
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