Vintage Happi Jacket, Indigo, Eiraku Mokuzai Kabashiki Gaisha
Happi jackets or "happy coats" were originally worn by house-servants of wealthy families. Family crests or "mon" were painted on the back of these jackets to indicate the families the servants belonged to. Their purpose has since evolved into pieces of celebration and since the 1900s have been the traditional costume of festivals.
Carefully selected and imported from Japan, this product is truly one of a kind. Once it is sold, no other will be in the same style. This product belongs solely to you.
- Cotton Fabric
- Origin of Fabric: Japan
- Product #: HP65
- Code: WP25
- Please note that since this jacket is used, there may be flaws or stains
- Dry Clean Only.
Size (flat measurements)
Sleeve Length: 12.5"
Sleeve Opening: 12"