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  • 15028  sanrio unisex socks hangyudon   sayuri

Sanrio Unisex Socks - Hangyodon & Sayuri, 30 g


Keep your toes on top of trends with Hello Kitty & Friends!

These fluffy and charming Hangyudon & Sayuri socks are part of the wonderful sock range available from Sanrio, with unique, cute designs made to be comfy around the house or just to add that special charm to any outfit. Decorated in pastel shades with a delightful dot pattern, this pair comes in a bubbling light blue and mint, made to show off Hangyudon's inspiring charm and energy. Accompanied by his close friend Sayuri the octopus on each sock, these are ideal for keeping your toes warm with the help of their cosy friendship or great to give to someone as a way to say thanks for sticking around!

Suitable for feet sized 23-25cm. 

商品 ID: #15028


Sanrio and its many adorable mascots have become globally known symbols of modern Japan and its overflowing penchant for cuteness. Since starting in Japan in 1973, with the delightfully popular introduction of the one-and-only Hello Kitty the following year, Sanrio has been the go to place for only the cutest characters and merchandise, be it themed gifts, regional souvenirs or even unbelievably charming practical tools! With their own theme parks, such as Sanrio Puroland, gaining international attention and the chance to bring their sweet sense to lovable icons of the West, Peanuts and Mr Men, they have made their own enchanting brands something to be showcased and enjoyed across the world. Whether you're hoping to surround yourself in the timeless cuteness of Cinnamoroll or Pompompurin, or share some quirky, relatable, fun times with Gudetama or Agguretsuko discover our wonderful range of Sanrio Merchandise at japancentre.com.


- There is a risk of shrinkage when washing.
- Do not use bleach or bleaching agents to aid when washing.
- When drying, hang each sock completely downwards in an area away from direct sunlight.