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Item Exceptional Indigo Kasuri Cotton Yogi

The Japanese Yogi is a sleeping garment in the shape of a giant yukata kimono that is worn for warmth while sleeping during frigid nights. It is so large that 2 people can easily fit into it.
(Read the history about Japanese yogi)
Early 1900s
Fabric 100% Cotton
Kasuri Images with sparrows and plum flowers, pine and bamboo
Very Large
Collar down to bottom Edge
65 inches, 165 cm
Across Shoulders & Sleeves, end to end
61 inches, 155 cm
Heavy Weight
3.0 lbs, 1350 g
Good overall condition
A few well done small repairs and a a couple of small holes, see photos
We washed and Ironed this yogi

Ready for historical or artistic display.
Comment There are 2 main design elements on this yogi:
1. Suzume (sparrow) Sparrows are represented in Japanese folklore as being "obsessed with its honor, especially the repaying of debts."
2. The Three Friends of Winter, also known as "Sho Chiku Bai" in Japanese, are the pine, bamboo, and plum plants. . Together they symboize "virtue, long life & happiness." The Japanese observed that the pine, bamboo and plum do not wither as the cold days deepen into the winter season unlike many other plants.

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