man's traditional black silk haori jacket with five samurai
family mon (H-141 ), Antique, 1950's
HAORI is mid-length loose jacket that serve as a
coat to be worn over a kimono. Haori are traditional Japanese
clothes which were worn by men as a component of the formal
attire. All kimono jackets are hand sewn and "one of a kind".
Haori can be used as a garment or an unique interior decor
to brighten up the corner of your home.
That is black formal soft silk haori jacket with five samurai
family Takanoha mon (crossed
Falcon feathers) or crest
and with silk lining with color transition from light beige
to brown ( see picture). Excellent condition (like new)
with no damage.
SOLD, THANK YOU!
- material: soft silk
- color: black
- length: 92 cm / 36,2" inches
- back wide: 62 cm / 24,4"
- condition: excellent like new
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yukata and hakama
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