Slippers for celebrating a new house In Japan.
We sometimes give gifts to friends, family members, and colleagues when they have moved or started living in a new house.
Many things are given as gifts, but there are also many people who give slippers.
This might be because they think that changing the items worn on the feet into something new when starting a new life brings good fortune so that the receiver can have a stable life, just like in the Japanese idiom, "fortifying one's feet = creating a foundation or base."
On the other hands, it would also likely be good to give slippers to guests at a housewarming party.
Lining up fun and colorful slippers at the entrance and offering them to guests will surely get the conversation to a lively start as they choose which pair to wear.
Let guests bring home the slippers that they have worn as a gift to create a fun memory of the party. (Of course, it also prevents guests' shoes from dirtying the new house)
By creating diverse slippers of many designs, we hope to make living in a house that warms the soul and entertaining guests more fun.