Japanese barbershops have a deep-rooted culture that is passed down from generation to generation. The parent-child striped design symbolizes this tradition, with a continuous striped pattern that runs from parent to child. The beauty of connection and inheritance from generation to generation is expressed in a sophisticated form of parent-child stripes.
We have the utmost respect for the many stores that continue to pass down the barbering culture through their families
Fabric (polyester/washable leather)
Can be washed by hand at a water temperature of up to 40 degrees.
Please wash with mild detergent or water.
Neither oxygen bleach nor chlorine bleach can be used.
It cannot be dried using a dryer.
Please dry it in the shade out of direct sunlight.
Alternatively, hang dry on a sturdy hanger while still wet without dehydrating or squeezing.
Please adjust the shape of the leather patch and dry it.
Cannot be dry cleaned.
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Many barbershops are passed down from generation to generation by parents and children.
This is clearly different and unique from the beauty industry.
Parents and children often run the store, and there are often differences of opinion between the generations.
Even so, I feel that barbers have the courage and courage to work together as a family to run a shop.
Our customers may be attracted to the warm atmosphere of the store and continue to visit us.
[Parent and child stripes]
Oyakojima (parent and child stripes) is one of Japan's traditional patterns, and refers to the patterns seen on textiles and dyed fabrics. It is literally a design with two types of stripes, ``parent'' and ``child'', that alternate, and it was given this name because one thick stripe (parent) and thinner stripes (child) are repeated. .
The design of parent and child stripes is simple, but its repeated patterns are sophisticated, and it is often incorporated not only into traditional clothing such as yukata, kimono, and obi, but also into modern fashion and interior design. This pattern, which is reminiscent of the relationship between parent and child, is often chosen as a gift as it symbolizes the bond between Japanese families and the love between parent and child.
Each pattern is often associated with a meaning.
They don't just form a pattern; they have hidden meanings.