Good evening. This is Ikeda.
Yesterday, I saw an article on Yahoo about Tabelog's 100 famous curry restaurants being announced, so I took the opportunity to quickly browse through all the genres.
There were some restaurants nearby, so I felt happy.
Also, I realized once again that there are a lot of this genre in that area. (Tokyo limited)
I feel like there were a lot of breads and sweets around here.
You can also take a walk on the Setagaya Line using the 100 Famous Stores as a reference.
Even though I see things like that, I don't really go to new restaurants.When I think of sushi, I go here , when I think of Chinese food, I go here , and when I think of Korean food, I go here.
Actually, I don't really eat out that much in the first place.
It was a story about having no ex or children, but today it's YASHIKI.
I think that depending on the brand, there are often standard items that people think of when they think of this brand.
When I think of YASHIKI, I think of crew neck cardigans.
The expression of the knitting and the color change depending on the season, so it is an item that you want every season, which can be a source of worry.
First of all, YASHIKI's theme for this season is "Winter Days".
It is a season that expresses the daily life and scenery related to winter.
Among them, the crew neck cardigan is called ``Yukisora Cardigan'' and is inspired by the ``scenery of snow falling for the first time this year.''
The waffle knitting in the center of the body and sleeves creates a thick cloud, and the uneven knitted fabric on the sides of the body represents falling snow.
We have selected three colors: Smalt-blue, Greige, and Black.
I guess Smalt-blue, which is also used in LOOK, is the top candidate.
This is a color that is also available other than Yukisora Cardigan, but it has a very nice color tone.
Some people may be a little hesitant about the bright blue color, but since it's Smalt, it has a slightly dull color and I think it's easy to match with other items.
By the way, Smalt is a pigment made from powdered cobalt glass, and it seems to have been used since ancient Egypt.
In Japan, it is called Hana Konjo.
There's something very stylish about Japanese color expressions.
It goes without saying that Black is a bit of a no-brainer, but you definitely won't be disappointed in owning one.
You can match it with a shirt like in LOOK, you can wear it with an old printed T-shirt, or you can wear it fully buttoned like a collarless shirt.
Although it has a loose silhouette, it is not an exaggerated big silhouette, so I don't think it will look bulky even if you wear an outer layer over it (depending on the item).
Personally, I'm also happy about the fact that it's 100% cotton.
Of course wool is good, but it's easier to wash at home and there's no cleaning fee.
Of course you have to take care of it, but since it's 100% cotton, you can wear it outside of summer, so I have no complaints.
Easy to match and easy to care for, try the Yukisora Cardigan, which is synonymous with YASHIKI.