SARAXJIJI - Apron for pottery, "Loui Apron"


Hiromi (Together with local ceramicist Loui Fukuda from the Mizuho kiln) had developed a special apron that was both simple and stylish that is perfect for ceramicists and everyone who wants to move around while looking chic. This apron was the result of two years of hard work, numerous resizing and redesigning.

Hiromi carefully selected and placed flat glass marbles in the corners of Apron to ensure the perfect drape of the fabric. Hiromi handpicked every marble with extra care, accounting for slight variations in size. Hiromi’s nostalgic yet playful choice of glass marbles bring us the joys and happiness that we often forget as adults. 

  • Free size
  • Approximate measurement: 
    • Bib (chest): 9"L x 10"W
    • Below west: 30" L
    • Overall length (without string): 40"L
    • 100% Linen
    • Model is 5’3” tall. (161cm)
  • Care instruction: Gentle machine wash in cold water. Wash colors separately. Tumble dry low or hang dry.


From Kumamoto prefecture, Hiromi Noda began creating clothes for her daughter with a unique perspective rooted in her background in interior design. In 2000, Hiromi launched her own clothing brand SARAXJIJI in her hometown. Their products are timeless and made to last, ensuring to experience calm and peaceful days for a lifetime. Hiromi only uses natural materials such as cotton, linen, and wool. The Japanese domestic factories take great pride in producing every aspect of their clothing, from making the cloth to sewing. With a commitment to preserve the legacy of Japanese textile technology, Hiromi offers more than just clothing - she offers a tradition that lasts a lifetime.