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Japanese Farmer's Boro Yogi Liner
Yogi was a sleeping garment
used like a blanket
The yogi had cotton sandwitched between two layers of fabric (exterior & liner) for warmth during cold winter nights
All cotton, Home Spun, Hand Loomed
Indigo, Shima (stipe)
Heavy, several textile layers/patches
From Rural Kyushu, Western Japan
Late 1800s to Very Early 1900s
For historical or artistic display only
Not suitable for wear
Collar down to bottom Edge
52 inches, 131 cm
Across Shoulders, end to end
48 inches, 122 cm