Japanese Tabi Ankle Socks | Meow
Tabi are traditional Japanese socks dating back to the 15th century, with a split for the large toe so that they may easily and comfortably be worn with sandals. According to Shiatsu theory, wearing tabi socks benefits the back, the spine, and the digestion due to the acupuncture meridians located between the toes. Tabi are still worn today when people dress in wafuku, traditional Japanese clothing such as kimono.
Fits women with US shoe size 6 - 8
Machine wash cold. Do not bleach or iron the socks. To reduce damage, line dry. They will last longer if you keep them out of the tumble dryer.