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Shoelaces in Japanese 2019/5/1 20:38
Hi,
My shoelaces on one shoe ripped apart today and I would need to find some new.

What is a proper word for shoelace and where could I find those fast? It's a bit hard walking in the other shoe like this...
by Jojon (guest)  

Re: Shoelaces in Japanese 2019/5/2 10:11
Shoe laces are called "kutsu himo" in Japanese (literally "shoe cords"),
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Re: Shoelaces in Japanese 2019/5/2 10:12
As for where you can buy them, large discount retailers like Don Quixote or Olympic should have them. You could also check at a shoe store.
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Re: Shoelaces in Japanese 2019/5/2 10:31
Shoelace or shoestring is called "kutsu-himo" in Japanese.

where could I find those fast?

Well, shoestrings for common sneakers can be ordered via the web,
but generally it sounds better to visit real shops and look for suitable ones.

Maybe major shoe repair shops (like a MISTER MINIT) would help you.
by omotenashi rate this post as useful

Re: Shoelaces in Japanese 2019/5/2 13:55
Daisco??
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Re: Shoelaces in Japanese 2019/5/2 14:46
Yes I bought some in Daiso when mine gave up mid holiday
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