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2020.04.02 11:59

Do you guys have boot slippers like these in Japan? I seem to

remember a Japanese friend of mine being surprised when I said that these are slippers and not shoes 🤔
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  • Yon Snow 2020.04.02 12:04

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    I’d say they’re kind of common here on Mexico, but they’re probably not, because they just look like some kind of boots that are used here
  • Kimmi キミー 2020.04.02 12:05

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    @Yon Snow cause these are literally slippers. Like, they're not made for outdoors
  • Yon Snow 2020.04.02 12:09

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    @Kimmi キミー hahahah yeah I know but it’s hard to believe they look like regular boots 😂😂😂
  • 自由 2020.04.02 12:14

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    Well, I lived in Tokyo for more than a year and I've never seen this kind of slippers
  • Kimmi キミー 2020.04.02 12:14

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    @自由 Really? It's so interesting to me! I always assumed that these existed all over the world 😂
  • lghxyt 2020.04.02 18:20

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    We call those just “boots.” Japanese think slippers are thin, small shoes used inside a house or toilet room.
  • Kimmi キミー 2020.04.02 18:23

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    @lghxyt these can only be worn inside. The soles are made of material that would fall apart easily when worn outside. It's soft and made to be worn indoors
  • lghxyt 2020.04.02 18:25

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    @Kimmi キミー Wow. I didn’t know that😳 thanks
  • Kimmi キミー 2020.04.02 18:26

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    @lghxyt that's why I was surprised to learn that my Japanese friends were surprised! I assumed indoor slippers like these boot-style ones are common around the world. They're extra warm in colder weather

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