Close Window
Item Boro-Boro From Every Angle
Patched & Patched Again
Farmer's Indigo Cotton Boro Yogi
The Japanese Yogi is a sleeping garment used like a blanket for warmth.
The typical yogi had several layers of fabric for the purpose of keeping the person warm during cold winter nights
Hand dyed with indigo vegetable dyes.
Fine example of Japanese folk textile
Heavy Weight, several textile layers/patches. 
Age
Late 1800s to early 1900s
From Mt Fuji area
Fabric 100% Cotton
Boro patched & patched again
Size
Collar down to bottom Edge
43 inches, 110 cm
Across Shoulders & Sleeves, end to end
47 inches, 120 cm
Heavy Weight
2.5 lbs, 1121g
Condition
Good overall condition
We hand washed this yogi & repaired a few loose seams.
Wonderful dramatic Japanese folk textile.
Ready for historical or artistic presentation.


Please Share This Page!



Qty: