Japanese muffs

Traditionally at New Years women wear a kimono with a shawl of frilly fru-fru fur of fox or rabbit looking liketraditional  fru-fru muffs
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However, I was amused to spot this typical-but-nontraditional Japanese muff on today’s twitter …





Kawaii winter muffler by Hanamizz!
RT @gonhanamizz 1/6 releasing! http://t.co/99PrJVYaRP pic.twitter.com/rAfNCC5yQa— Tokyo Fashion (@TokyoFashion)‘s twitter December 31, 2013



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3 thoughts on “Japanese muffs”

  1. Does “muff” not have the same meaning in Merkin that it does in English? Y’know, a euphemism for a Map of Tassie.

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