September 18th (Monday) is Respect for the Aged Day.
Would you like to give a gift at CLOUDY this year?
In Ghana, people respect and respect their grandfathers and grandmothers,Since we usually express our gratitude, there is no special Respect for the Aged Day.It seems that everyone buys a loaf of bread when they visit their grandparents or return to their hometown. (*Everyone in Ghana loves and appreciates white bread, so they always bring white bread with them as souvenirs!)
Since we live in Japan, we usually don't have the opportunity to express our gratitude. Why don't you try it?Memories of the time spent together are more important than anything else, not only to the person who gave it, but also to the person who gave it.
Even if you don't have time to spend time with them, please include a message saying, ``I gave this to you thinking of you.'' The time you choose a gift is the time you think about the other person. I'm sure that feeling will reach you.
And by all means, please attach a heartfelt message card along with the gift. A letter that remains in letters is a pleasure no matter how many times you look back.
Customers who purchase gift wrapping this time will receive a gift card from CLOUDY.(For purchases of 3,600 yen or more including tax)
>> Click here for gift wrapping
It will end as soon as the number of preparations is over.
・The specifications are slightly different from the gift cards that are normally sold.
[Click here for recommended gifts]
■Malie Organics ×CLOUDY
A travel set that appeared in collaboration with the organic spa brand "Malie Organics" born from the great nature of Kauai, Hawaii.
Give the gift of calm and relaxation with Hawaiian aromatherapy.
■ African fabric
Fabric products made in Ghana, Africa
Why don't you choose the perfect item for the recipient from among many colorful textiles?
Colorful with African fabrics from your feet!
Feel the energy of Ghana's powerful fabrics under your feet.
It is sure to be a special gift that will remind you of the person who gave it to you every time you look at your feet.