Why We Love Them
Zori slippers are a traditional type of Japanese sandal, and an enduring handicraft often seen in the Japanese countryside. They make a great alternative to wooden sandals, and can be worn with any traditional Japanese clothing, or perfect as flip-flop for your fashion wardrobe.
Merikoti, located in Ryogoku, Tokyo have taken this traditional sandal style and developed a range of innovative, chic designs. Each zori slipper is made entirely by hand with immaculate precision and attention to detail.
This zori slipper features a luxurious hanao strap with a classic hishi diamond pattern. It is designed with your upmost comfort in mind that offers gentle cushioning for your toes.
The intricately hand-woven sole is made with a thoughtful cotton blend combining the soft comfort of natural cotton with the strength and flexibility of polyester to cushion and protect the foot.
The strap is also easily adjustable by tying the desired length underneath, allowing you to achieve the fit that's best for you.
Zori slippers are easy to take care of, just give them a spin in the washing machine. The anti-odor and anti-bacterial fabric also means a single pair of zori can be used for many years.
- Zori Japanese Slippers, hand made in Japan
- 50% Cotton 50% Polyester - a special polyblend that is cool in summer and warm in winter.
- Available in Medium and Large (see size chart below).
- Product codes: 2408BRM (Medium), 2408BRL (Large), 2408BRX (LL)
- For best results handwash. If using washing machine, use laundry net.
New EU legislation imposes import duties of 20% and the post office asks 20% to handle the tax administration. Result: the product is 40% more expensive than the the price announced
Thank you for your review Louis, I'm sorry you experienced these extra fees from your local customs. Customs fees vary between countries, and are not always applied, so unfortunately we can't predict in advance whether they will be charged or not. You can find more information on our taxes and customs page here: shop.japanobjects.com/pages/taxes-customs