Good evening. This is Ikeda.
It seems like politicians are retracting their statements more often these days, but maybe it's just my imagination?
I don't really know what will happen if I retract something, but even if I retract something important, it will remain in my records and memories, so it doesn't seem to make much sense.
Due to the "big" connection, I forgot whether the Type 6 iron ingot from ONE PIECE is related to Haki after all.
Jabra was able to move, but other than that, I couldn't move, so I guess it's a backwards compatible position with Busousoku.
By the way, when I reread ONE PIECE, when the battle against Kaido started, Naruzakura's naming sense was really good, and it was just too cool.
Well, we've been talking a lot about politicians and ONE PIECE, but today we'd like to introduce YASHIKI's Hoko Knit Coat, which arrived the other day.
I wrote in my previous article ``No doubt' ' that ``I'm tired of long hair'', but I would like to retract that.
Sorry for giving my opinion to a politician.
I knew I wanted it once I wore it, so I couldn't help it.
I wanted the Hoko Knit Coat, but at YASHIKI it is a coat inspired by the kimono that is released every AW season.
Therefore, this season's design is a samue styled into a coat.
The entire item is inspired by the ``Sea of Japan raging with fierce winter winds.''
This is connected to the item name "Roar".
I feel like I've seen the Sea of Japan before, but I don't think I've ever seen it before, but it gives me the impression that the waves and winds are stronger than the Pacific Ocean.
I don't know if it's correct, so please check it out.
The scene of the turbulent Sea of Japan with rolling snow and violent white waves is expressed by the diagonal knitted fabric on the body and sleeves.
If there are people who want to see such a scene, I think it would be better not to wear a Hoko Knit Coat.
Wear waterproof clothing such as tech-style clothing.
There's no explanation about the area from the collar to the center of the body, so I'm just speculating, but it's probably somewhere around a rocky or sandy beach on the coast of the turbulent Sea of Japan.
It can be fun to let your imagination run wild, so try finding your own way to express it.
Since it is a kimono pattern, the neck is reminiscent of a matching collar.
You can wear the collar as is, or you can fold it and wear it like a shawl collar, so please choose the one that suits your style at the time.
Also, the matching part is not that deep, so it's not hard to see the layered innerwear, so I think you can change the look with the innerwear.
The size is FREE, and it has a loose silhouette, and for me, who is 175 cm, the length falls to just below my knees.
Available in two colors: Mocha and Black.
Mocha is a lighter and gentler color than so-called brown, and has a finish that does not feel heavy.
Black has a sense of stability as usual, so it's not a bad idea to have one, and I think it's special.
Even if you say you're tired of wearing long clothes, when you try them on, you end up wanting them.
Even though I already own several YASHIKI coats.
However, I am destined to commute by bicycle, so I guess I'll just have to be patient.
Even if you're tired of wearing long clothes, you'll probably retract your opinion just like me, so try the Hoko Knit Coat.