Here for your consideration is the vintage Japanese jacket/coat, it was hand made in Japan after World War 2. My late uncle brought this and two other jackets as s sizeouvenirs, back from Japan in the late 1950s he was stationed in Japan during the occupation after World War 2. I do not know exactly what this coat is called however, I think it is a Silk Kimono Haori style coat. This coat is a traditional Japanese jacket with kimono-type sleeves that are designed to be worn over a traditional kimono. These coats are typically cut as in one-size-fits-all sizing. It is handmade hand-stitched silk with a silk lining as you can view in the pictures. The back features a beautiful embroidered Dragon. The coat’s colors are vibrant and it is in excellent condition, it has been stored in a drawer since the 1950s. There is one slight pinhole stain I have pictured. The coat is a smaller size it measures approximately 50 inches across by 34 inches extended. The model is 5’9 and a size 10. This coat is a perfect size for framing and it will display beautifully. Here is your opportunity to own this authentic hand made Japanese Kimono Haoei Happi Coat.
Handmade Japanese Kimono Haori Happi coat featuring a beautiful embroidered Dragon