That first word, this is not a typo, mind you. Cthulhu is a fictional creature that is part-dragon and part-octopus.
H.P. Lovecraft created the character and was introduced in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu" that was published in 1928 in the pulp magazine Weird Tales.
Bearing that definition in mind, we won’t blame you if you assume we’re going to talk about a Halloween question today. You’re wrong.
We’re actually featuring a pajama!
Firstly, this Cthulhu onesie is made of soft fleece, from its full facemask down to its pair of wings at the back. This pajama is called the Cthulhu Kigurumi and is meant to be worn while sleeping.
A Kigurumi is Japanese clothing. It’s an all-in-one oversized animal apparel. It’s made from lightweight fabric and intended to be worn as a onesie but for adults.
Kigurumi is already famous not just in Japan but in the United States and the United Kingdom as well.
As mentioned, the fabric used for the Cthulhu onesie is fleece to make adults fall sleep like a baby. It has button-end closure to make wearing it convenient.
The product we found here is 100% original from Sazac, the creator of Kigurumi in Japan. It may sound delicate since its a Japanese clothing brand, but the maker ensures it’s safe to be washed in the washing machine.
The Cthulhu Onesie is intended to be worn loose and will fit anyone who is at least five feet tall.
We know someone who bought it as a gag gift for her boyfriend for their anniversary. A wife also bought it for her and her hubby as their couple pajama.
A young lady also gifted her grandparents with this. The folks had fun twinning with this Cthulhu onesie.