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Is pink not your thing? Maybe something more abstract? Luckily, I have some navy blue sakura patterns available. They come in two different patterns, abstract pink petals and kimono style imagery. The kimono pattern also has golden waves and lines, giving your mask an elevated look. These are both perfect to wear during the hanami season!


These masks come in two sizes: small and medium. The masks are 5 layers thick. The outer layer is the cotton pattern, the underneath are four layers of cotton gauze specifically designed for masks. They also fit nicely without flaring up on the sides. 


Here I am seen wearing the medium size. I recommend children up to 5th or 6th grade to wear the small size, and both men and women up to 180 cm wear the medium size. To be sure, here are the measurements of the mask sizes:


  • small: 16 cm long at the top, 6.5 cm long on the sides, 17 cm long at the chin.
  • medium: 16 cm long at the top, 6 cm long on the sides, 16 cm long at the chin.

Blue Sakura Mask

¥650 通常価格
  • It is recommended to wear multiple masks throughout the day. If you remove your mask to eat, it is recommended to replace it with a new one once you have finished and put your mask back on. Keep your used masks in a clean pouch to wash later.

    Washing your masks is as easy as doing laundry. You can either wash them with your other cotton clothes on a normal cycle and hang to dry, or you can hand wash them in the sink with soap then hang to dry. If you have a clothes dryer at home and dry your mask in the machine, it may shrink the mask to a smaller size. If your mask fits you perfectly already, I recommend not putting your mask in the dryer. 

    Hanging the mask in the sun by the cloth and not the elastic is best, so the elastic does not become over stretched. The sun's UV rays will be strong enough to kill off any microbes and viruses remaining in your mask. 

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