Put on this cat pattern cooking apron to make good Japanese dishes
This Japanese apron represents a lucky cat. Hence the inscription “lucky”. In the Land of the Rising Sun, it is called Maneki Neko. It can be seen placed at the entrance of Japanese stores to attract wealth.
The rainbow-shaped patterns represent seigaiha waves. They symbolize luck, peace and prosperity. Widely used on ecological paper bags (furoshiki), the “blue waves of the ocean"recall the ecological character of Japanese aprons .
- Materials: polyester, linen and cotton
- Japanese pattern: Maneki Neko cat
- Sizes: available in adult version (66x47 cm) and child version (47x38 cm)
- Package: it includes a long cotton and linen apron
Take a look at our Japanese apron tutorial and find our tips for wearing and caring for this kitchen garment:
🍣 Multi-tasking and multi-functional, the Japanese linen apron can be worn for cooking and will also be great for other activities such as cleaning, gardening or even crafts.
🍣 We recommend washing this green kitchen apron at 30°C and adding salt to the washing water to keep the colors bright.
🍣 If you like the cat pattern and want to wear a colorful apron, we advise you to opt for the yellow cat apron . It represents a maneki neko decorated with flowers. Take a look at it to discover its meaning...
🍣 To discover more different patterns and aprons, we invite you to visit our collection of aprons Japanese. You will find long aprons like this one and traditional half aprons (maekake).
Between two and four days
🇺🇸: Ten to twenty business days
🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
You have 14 days to return your item. Please contact us first via the contact form or by email: email@example.com. The after-sales service will tell you the return process.