Fighting against the cold with Hokkairo.

Are usually sold in packs of several units.

When the cold weather arrives in Japanin addition to dress in thick clothes to avoid getting ice cream, Japanese people use a very practical system to heat some specific parts of the body such as the hands or feet.

The most common Hokkairo has an adhesive part that can place over clothing.

It is Hokkairo, sachets which when folded emit heat for several hours. They are very practical, but above all we must be careful not to put directly on the skin and in the first few minutes are really hot and might get burned. For this reason usually are usually put in some kind of sleeve or between layers of clothing.

Different types of Hokkairo to warm the feet.


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