- A cotton kamishimo, comprising umanori (divided leg) hakama and kataginu. Kamishimo were worn by samurai and court men, the outfit consists of a hakama, and a sleeveless top with exaggerated shoulders (sometimes supported by bamboo strips and lined with paper) called a kataginu, which are worn over a formal kimono.
- This kamishimo is cotton with a blue and white Edo komon print on it and tachibana (mandarin orange) mon (crests)
- Makes a fabulous wall hanging
- Vintage. Date unknown but is Showa period
- Made & bought in Japan
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Excellent – unused but has some discolouration along fold lines – see photos
91cm long (hakama are open at the sides of the waist and hips, so adjustable in size)