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Semi-dressed shirt feature


Where has "Japanese dress" which is the style of Japan gone?
Japanese clothing, which was commonplace until the Edo period, has been influenced by foreign countries since the Meiji era and has completely shifted to western clothing.
It is a rare opportunity to dress in Japanese style in daily life, except for the ceremonies, festivals, and events.
Once again, take japanese dress from hale (extraordinary) to ke (everyday life).
I want to explore the roots of our style by wearing a half-shirt.

Hanten shirt (Saaya Pattern)
A half-shirt with a Saaya pattern is one of the traditional Japanese symbolization.
The Saaya shape is a pattern in which the shapes of all the characters are broken and spelled together, it is believed that it was introduced from China in the Ming Era.

Yorokeori Hanten shirt
A Hanten shirt, applies on one of the traditional Japanese patterns.
The name of the pattern stands for warping or wefting; curved and weaves are woven on the surface of the fabric.

♦A half-clothed shirt
Traditional pattern of peony flowers and Japanese patterns. A combination of multiple patterns skillfully, "matching pattern" to show as a single group is brought up in a dark color, to the elegance atmosphere.

♦100 tiger half-shirt
A half-wearing shirt with a 100 tiger pattern that is a modern resource of vintage Aloha. The tiger, which is a symbol of fire, strength, courage, anger, reproduced in jacquard weave.

100 tiger half-shirt
A half-wearing shirt with a 100 tiger pattern that is a modern resource of vintage Aloha. The tiger, which is a symbol of fire, strength, courage, anger, reproduced in jacquard weave.

●Half-dressed shirt
Shichiho Connecting Pattern. A lucky pattern that means "prosperity", "edge", "amicity of relationships", etc. from the appearance that the pattern is connected continuously. Seven treasures are Buddhist thought and represent seven treasures.

♦Hikishi-shii-washi-biera half-clothed
The theme is fire extinguishing. In the large crest, it is expressed by the katakana of "Hi ke shi" in the wearing of the fire extinguisher, and the waist pattern. Because Japanese paper is used as a material, it is lightweight, breathable, and excellent in water absorption.