Good evening. This is Ikeda.
When I was thinking about whether to title it ``eclectic'' or ``mixed,'' I felt like eating ``Neruneru Nerune.''
I used to eat it a lot when I was little.
It's clearly a suspicious and unidentified sweet, but it's surprisingly delicious.
When I looked into it, I didn't know that it was an educational confectionery, and now they even sell something called ``Nerunerunerunune for adults.''
I think I'll try mixing it with ``Nerunerunerunene'' for the first time in a while.
While I'm worried about another typhoon coming during the three-day weekend, I'd like to introduce you to the Yukigumo Hanten Cardigan, which is on sale from today.
As the item name suggests, although it is called a hanten, it is a cardigan with buttons instead of strings.
The design is a mixture of a "Japanese" hanten and a "Western" cardigan.
A truly ``Japanese-Western fusion'' design.
When you think of a hanten, you may imagine something old-fashioned, a festival, chanchanko (sleeveless), etc., but Yukigumo Hanten Cardigan doesn't give you that impression at all.
If I had that impression, I wouldn't have selected it in the first place.
"Yukigumo" is the name of the item because the image source is a sky covered with thick clouds that looks like it's about to start snowing.
The part that represents the thick cloud is the honeycomb-like knitting on the lower body and sleeves.
This honeycomb weave creates a lead-colored sky covered with thick clouds.
Most of the fabric is made of honeycomb, but since it's a large honeycomb, it doesn't feel noisy.
My interpretation is that the large knitting gives it a soft impression.
The knitted fabric at the top of the body represents lightning lighting up the sky.
This design, combined with the arrow pattern, is typical of YASHIKI.
This is familiar from YASHIKI's cardigans, but the buttons are made of natural black pearl shell, which is one of the points that gives it a sense of elegance.
The size is only 2, but since it is only available in 0 and 2, I think it is okay to think of it as a one-size-fits-all.
It has a loose silhouette and thick arms, so I think you can wear it without having to choose an inner layer.
It's not a very thick fabric, so depending on the inner layer, you can wear it for a wide range of periods, from when the temperature drops a little to when it gets really cold.
Available in three colors: Ivory, D.Brown, and Black.
Ivory has a gentle atmosphere and a color that allows you to clearly see the knitted fabric such as the honeycomb part.
D.Brown has a nice glow, black has a sense of stability, and the three colors are annoying.
Personally, I'm a fan of D.Brown, who has a grandfatherly feel to him, but please feel free to worry about it regardless of my personal preference.
The Yukigumo Hanten Cardigan has an attractive Japanese-Western design that will make you get lost while eating Neruneru Nerune .
Even if you don't eat nerune nerune, please try it.