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Where did the Japanese style of "Japanese dress" go?

Until the Edo period, "Japanese dress" was a common place to wear kimono, and since the Meiji era, it has been influenced by overseas and has completely changed to Western-style clothing.

Now, it is a rare opportunity to wear kimono in everyday life, except for ceremonies, festivals, and events.

Once again, i went from a kimono (extraordinary) to a (daily) kimono.

I want to explore the roots of our style by wearing a half-shirt.


A half-shatted shirt

Traditional pattern of peony flowers and Japanese pattern.
"Combined pattern" that skillfully combines multiple patterns and shows them as a single unit
It is licked in a dark color, and it becomes an elegant atmosphere.


Indigo-dyed army chicken half-boiled shirt

Military chicken (chamo) pattern.
As the name suggests, the fighting spirit is strong, and it is often used as a symbol of power in the pattern.
Because it is made of linen material, it is characterized by a unique feeling of fall and soft texture.


Indigo pull-out tiger half-boiled shirt

A white tiger pattern.
A legendary divine beast. Protect the West with one pillar of the Four Gods.
As the name suggests, he is a white tiger and is regarded as the king of hundreds of beasts.
Because it is made of linen material, it is characterized by a unique feeling of fall and soft texture.


Half-shirt (Seven Treasures)

The Seven Treasures Tsunagi Pattern.
An auspicious pattern that means "prosperity", "marriage", "amicable relationship" from the appearance that the pattern is connected continuously.
Seven treasures represent seven treasures by Buddhist thought.
1. Gold
2. Silver
Three, ruri blue jewels
4, the crystal of the rose
5, shell of shako shell
Six, the jewel of the red ball
Seven, Menou


Aba Chrysanthemum Half-shirt

A pattern that combines a hemp pattern and a chrysanthemum flower.
Because the handle itself is expressed in "weave", you can feel the softness with the skin.


Hikeshi Washi Viera Half-boiled

The theme is Matoi.
The large crest is expressed by the powder of fire, and the katakana of "Hi-Ke-shi" is expressed by the extraction in the waist pattern.
Because Japanese paper is used as a material, it is lightweight, breathable, and water-absorbing.

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