Japanese toe socks 36.5-42
Japanese tabi socks, those with a toe, with the horns of an ogre.
An ogre, or oni, is a Japanese fiction figure and is very common in literature, art and theater. Images of oni differ, but they almost always have horns on their heads! Their savage appearance is enhanced by the tiger skins, hence the tiger pattern on the socks.
These socks are made in Nara, and stretch a long way. This way women and men can wear these socks. In sneakers, or flip-flops!
One size fits all, at least from 36.5 to 42!
Made from: 63% Cotton, 27% Acrylic, 8% Polyester, 2% Polyurethane
Made in Japan