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Item Japanese Vintage Hanten Indigo Cotton Worker's Jacket.

Has small side pockets which are not usually found in hanten. The body is slightly tapered, again an unusual feature for a hanten and as such was probably worn by a woman.

Lots of character and experience to this hanten jacket.

Kamon (crest) image on top back side signifies company or family emblem.

Large Solid Gray Horizontal Stripes.

Hand stitched.

Sometimes called Happi Jackets.
Early to Mid 1900s
Fabric Very strong, thick cotton fabric, katazome dyed images.
See last photo for measurement chart.
Medium-Heavy Weight
1.0 lbs, 440 g
Well Worn but good overall condition. Has nicely sewn boro repair patches and some fraying on the edges as seen in photos.

This jacket has been washed and ironed. It's ready to wear or display.
Comment This jacket was usually worn by a male employee (sometimes females) as a type of uniform.

See 2nd to last last photo for typical hanten wear of early 1900s. Note momohiki leggings (available on our site too).

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