- A child’s, cotton, Japanese jinbei set; comprising wrap over top and shorts. Anpanman pattern. Anpanman is a Japanese picture book series written by Takashi Yanase. It is the anime adaptation Soreike! Anpanman (Let's Go! Anpanman) and one of the most popular animeseries amongst young children in Japan. Anpanman fights with Baikinman and helps the people of the town. He always goes on patrol in the area around the house of Uncle Jam. He is a symbol of justice.
- Jinbei are summer wear but are also good as pyjamas.
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Sleeve seam to sleeve seam 32cm
Sleeve end to Sleeve end 55cm
Across back under arms, from side seam to side seam 37.5cm
Rise (waist to crotch) 21.5cm
Waist unstretched 21cm
Waist fully stretched 33cm
Bought in Japan, not sure if made in Japan or in China but it is traditional Japanese clothing
Traditional Japanese, children’s clothes are always worn with a tuck stitched into the outside of the shoulders, as you can see on this jinbei top. You see it on their jinbei, kid’s kimonos etc.