Maekake Apron- Navy Blue
Maekake (translation: "hanging in front"), aprons originate with humble beginnings dating back to the 16th century in Japan during the Edo period. Rice farmers, sake & shoyu brewers and miso producers began to use the apron in a laboring environment, which quickly adapted to suit the potential for advertising, often bearing the brand or shop logo. These waist-tied aprons are made of an indigo dyed canvas (75%) / rayon (25%), feature a convenient pocket on the wearer's right side, and adorned with a traditional fringe at the bottom. 29.5" L x 18" W, 98" waistband tie. Machine wash cold with like colors on a delicate cycle; hang to dry.