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Daikokuya Logo Face Mask

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Your new favorite way to rep your favorite Ramen Restaurant. The Daikokuya face mask is the perfect mask for everyday use worn by our employees at our various Daikokuya locations.Support the Daikokuya Restaurant group and become a part of the Daikokuya family with our merch.

About this item:

  • Includes 1 Black fabric mask
  • 3 Layers – Breathable Airmesh layer, Non-woven Fabric Layer, Soft lining Airmesh layer
  • Size – One size fits all
  • Embroidered “大黒家” (Daikokuya Logo)
  • Made out of 100% polyester fabric
  • Reusable/washable Fabric Mask
  • Adjustable elastic ear loops
  • NOTE: This is not a medical-grade mask, toy, or Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and is not intended as a replacement for medical-grade personal protective equipment or other recommended measures to stop the community spread of any viruses including social distancing, washing your hands, and refraining from touching your face.
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