FEATURE: Antique Japanese Fireman Kimono Jacket, roughly from Taisho to early Showa Period 1930-40s.
山梨消防組々頭 (Yamanashi fire brigade head)
DETAIL: Unisex, Comfortable to Wear & Stylish.
This fireman jacket is dyed with indigo and made in the early 1930s. Fireman jacket with an indigo dyed design like this is hard to find nowadays and very rare.
This one-of-a-kind jacket was done by Tsutsugaki style hand-drawn rice-paste resist dyeing technique. Indigo dyed were used because its element is known to be flame resistant in Japan.
MATERIAL: 100% Cotton, Japanese Vintage Textile
CONDITION: Moderate used and washed. Colour nicely faded, there are maybe some small holes, rip or loose thread (regular vintage condition).
SIZE: Roughly an L/XL
Back across 24"
Collar to bottom hemp 31" long
COLOUR: (Indigo) see picture
GENDER: Unisex M/F
-Handwash gentle with cold to warm water, use mild detergent if needed. Hang to dry in the shadow. Wash separately.
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