Yukatabira (bath robe/yukata)
"Yukatabira" is a traditional bathrobe worn during or after bath over 1000 years. You can wear it as a bathrobe or wear it as yukata or any ways that you want.
An entire process of making this yukatabira was taken care of by Japanese artisans.
It is made of cotton from Ise, a sacred place in Japan due to Ise Shrine, the head of all shinto shrines in Japan. Only one company remains in operation of producing Ise Cotton by following an original traditional method of weaving, and it makes Ise Cotton special. The cotton was hand indigo dyed in Kyoto and sewed at a special factory in Hiroshima that is recognized as making Japanese traditional crafts.
Ise Cotton is known for better absorbent and quicker dry. The more you wear it the more you feel comfortable as threads gradually go back to original threads as you wash it.
Ise Cotton also prevents insects and remove odors.
Size: One size (If it's too long, you can cut the bottom and adjust the length by yourself.)