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Haori

A Haori is a short jacket worn over the kimono. First worn only by men, in the Taisho era (1912-1926) it became very popular with women. As with the kimono, some are worn for formal occasions and some for everyday wear. The whole range of Japanese Handicraft skills can be used in the decoration of the Haori, embroidery, shibori (tie dye), Yuzen dyed, Urushi (metallic woven threads). There is plenty of scope if you are looking for something unique, to wear, for that special occasion.

H3018 SUPERB URUSHI SILK HAORI, WAVES AND SCENES, MT FUJI, BRIDGE AT NIKKO
NEW: H3018 SUPERB URUSHI SILK HAORI, WAVES AND SCENES, MT FUJI, BRIDGE AT NIKKO
H2923 URUSHI SILK HAORI, MID SHOWA ERA, FLORALS
H2923 URUSHI SILK HAORI, MID SHOWA ERA, FLORALS
H2801 BLACK SILK HAORI, EMBROIDERED TSUZUMI DRUM AND FLORALS
H2801 BLACK SILK HAORI, EMBROIDERED TSUZUMI DRUM AND FLORALS
H2747 RINZU SILK SHIBORI HAORI, FLORALS
H2747 RINZU SILK SHIBORI HAORI, FLORALS
H2740 RINZU SILK SHIBORI HAORI, MAPLE LEAVES
H2740 RINZU SILK SHIBORI HAORI, MAPLE LEAVES (Sold)
H2720 SHIBORI RINZU SILK HAORI, MAPLES
H2720 SHIBORI RINZU SILK HAORI, MAPLES
H2712 TAISHO URUSHI SILK HAORI, FANS, RARE LINING 'TALE OF GENJI'
H2712 TAISHO URUSHI SILK HAORI, FANS, RARE LINING 'TALE OF GENJI'

 
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