Source: Asics Onitsuka Tiger Brand Sneakers Let You Wear Cherry Blossoms On Your Feet All Year Long 2017-04-07 Fri 2017-04-07 Fri If it's simply not enough to gaze at the cherry blossoms during Japan's fleeting sakura season, you can now wear the elegant pink flowers on your feet throughout the whole year. Hailing from Japanese sportswear company Asics are hand-dyed sneakers that bring the beauty of springtime all the way down to your toes, each pair colored carefully by the hands of expert craftsmen utilizing traditional Japanese dyeing techniques. These sakura sneakers are offered by the brand Onitsuka Tiger and show off a stunning gradation of pink and blue. The technique that is used to dye them is called Mount Daisen Yuzen dyeing, a way of pigmenting fabrics that originated in Tottori Prefecture. Source: Asics Source: Asics In addition to the pink and blue sneakers, there are also birch-colored shoes on which sakura patterns are painted with Japanese roketsu dyeing brushes. These beautiful shoes are all part of the Onitsuka Tiger brand's Nippon Made series which features products meticulously made by the hands of Japanese craftsmen. Source: Asics These new seasonal sneakers will be sold from April 8th at Onitsuka Tiger retail shops throughout Japan. The sneakers cost 25,000 yen (US$226) for men's sizes and 24,000 yen (US$217) for women's sizes. You can get them in Birch×Rainbow, Birch×Indigo Blue, Pink×Pink, and Pink×Indigo Blue. Source: Asics By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:Asics Tags: Asics / Cherry Blossoms / Japan / Onitsuka Tiger / Sakura / Sneakers grape Japan Goods Onitsuka Tiger Brand Sneakers Let You Wear Cherry Blossoms On Your Feet All Year Long Related Article Pen Pineapple Apple Pen Is The Only Song You Need To Hear This Year You Can Buy Real Attack On Titan Battle Gear For *Only* 880 Dollars Newest Godzilla And Evangelion Mashup Figure Is Just Downright Beastly Get Savory Gapao Waffle On A Stick And More At Cold Stone’s First Takeout Store In Tokyo Japanese Commercial Strips Down For The Most Romantic Of Foods Astronomical calendar calling for astrophotography entries now!