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    JKI Gear- Japanese Knife Imports Aprons

    Introducing the first of our JKI Gear... Japanese Knife Imports/Gesshin Aprons

    http://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/...rts-apron.html





    This style of apron is often worn by store workers, craftsmen, and sometimes by chefs at casual restaurants. They are made from a thick and durable cloth and are worn around the waist, resting on the hip bone. These aprons often had household or company symbols on them, so we had them made for us with our Gesshin logo. Historically, you could find aprons like these at sake, vinegar, and rice companies.

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    That's awesome!

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    We had a good time designing it I'm really proud that we've designed it by ourselves <3

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    I approve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    I approve.

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    Jon for me the flip flops give the apron that authentic feel

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    haha... i put those on for the picture... i'm usually barefoot

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    Hmm I thought you have one pair slippers for sharpening station, another pair for walking customers, another pair for your desk, etc

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    Those are cool. Like 'em!

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    Awesome!

    When are the t-shirts coming out? :-) If you do make t-shirts, please make them what I like to call "Japanese style": big graphic on the back, small graphic on the right chest.

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