The world of Muchacha was created by Japanese kids designer Makako Shinya Masako where you’ll find giant mushrooms, strange white rabbits, sparkling butterflies and cuddly toys by the thousands.
Muchacha clothes could have come straight out of Harajuku, the trendy district of Toyko, with their mix of prints, fluorescent colors and improbable characters, found on brooches, bags or teddy bears.
All Muchacha fabrics come from Okinawa, Japan and are chosen with great care by the designer for their originality and quality.
Using a 50-year manufacturing process, Muchacha fabrics are handcrafted with love to make each and every item unique.
You’re going to love this adorable Japanese brand located in Osaka, Japan by designer Makako Shinya Masako.
Fabrics used to create garments all are handcrafted with love to make each and every item unique and use a 50-year manufacturing process.
Within the Muchacha Kids collection, you will find giant mushrooms, white rabbits, sparkling butterflies and cuddly toys; perfect for girls who love to be enchanted by magical worlds.
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