NEW IN are a collection of Zori, Japanese hand woven indoor slippers.
These are zori with a difference. They have been hand made by women who were victims of the Tsunami that struck North East Japan in March 2011.
Each slipper as been handmade using the fabric from donated kimonos and t-shirts.
Part of the proceeds of the sale of these Zori will go to the Japanese charity
'NPO Mothers bored' who are saving to build a new town hall and community centre.
Slippers come in sizes 4/5 and 5/6 and are all made by the amazing 'Eager family'
women who are living in temporary homes in Onagawacho,
Muyagi prefecture, North West Japan.
Awesome ladies they are. Happy Women's Day!