Orizuru

Orizuru was invented in the Edo period as a game for children. In Japan, the crane is a symbol of good luck and longevity. That`s why it is said that if you fold one thousand origami cranes you won`t get sick anymore and will live a long life. Sadako Sasaki, the child who folded a thousand of them, became a symbol of innocent victims of war. She was two years old when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and few years later she developed leukemia. Hoping to recover from her disease, she folded a thousand cranes and was remembered through her story.

Orizuru
T-shirt
V-shaped neck
Black
Back
15cm × 15cm
Size M L XL
color size
price $330 ※The price includes mail costs

In case one of the Swarovski on our items comes off within one year from the purchase date, we will replace it for free. The damaged item must be sent to our office by mail.


We recommend to take your body measurements and to select the right size before purchasing any article.

size M L XL
length 69.5cm  (27.4in) 70.5cm  (27.8in) 72.0cm  (28.3in)
bust 46.5cm  (18.3in) 49.5cm  (19.5in) 52.0cm  (20.5in)
shoulders 41.0cm  (16.1in) 44.0cm  (17.3in) 48.0cm  (18.9in)
waist 43.0cm  (16.9in) 46.0cm  (18.1in) 49.0cm  (19.3in)