WHITE FOX POCKET TEE
The design was inspired by the white fox called "Okitsune Sama" from the Fushimi Inari, the Shrine that represents Kyoto.
Since fire was common in the Edo period, the Inari Okami was worshipped as the god of fire prevention and the god of agriculture.
The foxes, which is the messenger of Inari Okami, were also worshipped because they were seen as something that protects humans.
This is a pocket T-shirt with an approachable white fox design.
The front pocket has a patch, and a white fox with a fox mask carries a matoi is on the back of the shirt.
"Kitsune (fox)" in kakumoji is printed on the lower backside.
This shirt uses an open-end yarn and is slightly thicker than our usual products.
The yarn's texture lets the shirt age well after every wash.
Wear this shirt with your child to match.
Number: 999 - 4357
Color: black, white
Size: s, m, l, XL
Material: Cotton 100% open end thread
All the printing processes (patches) are done by hand, one by one, in Japan.
Manufacturing country of T-shirt: China