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"Ashiato" means footprint in Japanese. In any language, kids can make their mark with these wildly fun sandals from Kiko+ founding designer Kaz Shiomi. The creative Kaz based her idea on the geta, a form of traditional Japanese footwear that is a cross between a clog and flip-flops. These wooden geta are fun for the beach or any dirt patch where kids can step out and be kids.
Kaz and pals founded Kiko+ in 2011 with a mission of creating toys that foster discovery and a great big smile. Their philiosophy is "art and play, play and children and children and the Forest." The boutique brand develops wooden toys for at children worldwide, with a sound environment and preserving forests in mind. In "ki" means wood and "ko" means "child." The "+" in the symbol is a sign of gratitude from Kaz and team to the people who have helped build Kiko+. We love a design studio that practices so much care and thoughtfulness.