Live your color delivers a selection of high quality products all made in Japan
Our unique socks and other speciality goods are collaborations with Japanese craftsman factories.
Our original apparel brands
Tabbisocks strives to obtain high quality materials appropriate for any time of the year. Our Fall and Winter legwear uses materials such as wool. Likewise, our Summer legwear includes materials like 100% organic cotton, linen, and silk. Examples of our signature designs include crochet, scrunchy, shimmery, and knee socks, with an emphasis on a variety of colors and knit patterns that can be worn daily and for any occasion.
Inspired by the traditional Japanese split-toe socks, Ninja Socks are sandal socks that offer Japanese cultural designs in modern and fun ways. Some of their popular designs include Kabuki, dragons, and geisha. They are all designed by our in-house designers.
Each pair of socks is designed with a lucky Kanji character that is believed to bring you auspicious fortune and protection. The pair of Omamori “amulet” socks is meant to keep your heart grounded and your feet warm. Also, Kihachiro Sho is a collaboration between the craftsmen in Nara, Japan and Kihachiro’s calligraphy art.
Kimono Zen provides authentic and vintage Japanese clothes and products with a modern twist. The company creates a warm and welcoming space where anyone who is interested in Japanese culture can freely experience it and take a piece of it home.
Sock pairs that help replant a tree
in California, Oregon, or Washington.
Sock pairs that help replant a tree in California, Oregon, or Washington Replanted 4,524 trees (by September 30, 2022)
What if you could plant a tree with a pair of socks? Our new Replant Pairs collection exclusively for California, Oregon and Washington aims to help that goal, one sock and seedling at a time.
For every Replant Pairs you purchase, we’ll donate $1 to the nonprofit of your choice: the National Forests Foundation in California,The State Forests Wildfire Restoration Fund (Santiam Campaign) in Oregon,
or the Nisqually Land Trust in Washington.
All nonprofits are dedicated to replanting trees in their home state - now that’s a treeat!
Nara Tea Company offers authentic Japanese tea ceremony tools to the world at affordable prices.