The Culture And Origin Of Indoor Slippers

      The type of slipper is differentiated according to the occasion of wearing and performance. For example, beach slippers, it will not be cloth, but plastic, this is to waterproof, good cleaning for the sake of the style of the shoe head is also specially designed, often known as foot slippers. But in winter, the indoor slippers, in order to keep warm, may use fluff cloth, but not plastic, another electronic factory and dust-free workshop commonly used anti-static slippers.Indoor Slippers
      Slippers are also deeply related to the culture of certain areas. In many Asian countries, indoor slippers must be replaced in the house and private bathroom slippers are also in the toilet. and the owner and the guest slippers are usually differentiated. And in tropical countries, wearing slippers outdoors is quite common, and many people working in the streets have to wear a pair of slippers. Most restaurants are not allowed to wear slippers in. Some coastal attractions are also popular with slippers, so some upscale restaurants, clothing stores or department stores will post "no slippers in" on the shop door. However, it is not polite to wear flat-bottomed slippers on formal occasions, such as attending graduation ceremonies, going to church, visiting temples, etc. In the Jade Buddha Temple in Thailand, it is expressly stated that visitors cannot wear slippers that are not followed. The sandals that women wear are sometimes similar to slippers, which means that only shoes have no heel, but often have high heels rather than flat bottoms, which are not called slippers, and are simply high-heeled shoes or sandals.Indoor Slippers
     The popular saying is that slippers originated in the Meiji era of Japan. In fact, the slippers originated in India earlier. Officials from Guangxi during the Southern Song Dynasty the two kinds of leather slippers that the local Shan people wear are recorded: one is the skin bottom, the middle has a a-inch long head with the small buds, with the toes to move, the other one with the cross red skin placed on the bottom of the skin, to foot through the walk. The shape of these leather slippers is exactly the same as that of the arhat foot in the painting. Chou also described the red slippers worn by the Chinese in southern India, as was the case with arhat in the painting.Indoor Slippers