Dyeing

Traditional Japanese Happi coats

- Matoi -

  • Happi ya YAMAKICHI Image
  • Happi ya YAMAKICHI Image

Outline

A Japanese traditional craft (Aichi). The Traditional Japanese Happi coats is one of the best items of Happi ya YAMAKICHI! Dyeing (Weaving / Dyeing) is the tradition of Japan.

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USD 404.54

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Description

Red stripes are on black fabric, with a brick pattern. The word "Matoi" is displayed in gray on the back and the other word "Megumi Matoi" (Me-Group Matoi) is displayed on the front.
*This item is hand-dyed and sashiko quilted.

Item Infomation

Product NameTraditional Japanese Happi coats
Artifact NameDyeing
MakerHappi ya YAMAKICHI
The place of ProductionAichi, Japan
Delivery DateIt'll approximately take 20 days from the date of ordering
UseClothing
SizeLength (of a garment) : 100cm
Width (of a garment) : 67cm
Weight
ColorBlack
PatternKanji character / Stripes / Brick wall pattern
Material100% Cotton

About Products

Please note that the actual item's size, color, and pattern may differ from the reference images online because each item is hand-made.

Price

USD 404.54
Consumption tax /
VAT included & Free shipping

About US...

Matoi / Megumi Matoi

Matoi / Megumi Matoi"Megumi Matoi" was an old fire brigade composed of 48 groups, and this style was an old fire-fighting uniform.
*Matoi was an insignia used by old firefighters.

Letters could be written onto the front of a happi coat, sharing the wearer's name, affiliation, or personal philosophy.

Sashiko quilting

Sashiko quiltingSashiko quilting is a type of quilting where the thread is stitched onto the fabric in elaborate patterns.

The happi coat-collar

EriLetters could be written onto the front of a happi coat, sharing the wearer's name, affiliation, or personal philosophy.