Will you dare to put on this Haori Kimono Man with the effigy of the oni Hannya?
You are dealing with a yokai (oni demon) from Japanese legends! In Japanese folklore, this demon is inhabited by a deep desire for love revenge!
The symbol of a hannya mask on a haori or a kimono has several meanings!
It is both a representation of pure revenge, but it is also a sign of protection against evil Kami (Japanese god).
Japanese people wear a haori on a kimono on very special occasions like weddings, tea ceremony, graduation etc... A haori is a kind of Kimono jacket that can also be worn in spring or summer for a casual style without a kimono underneath.
- Material: polyester
- 3/4 large sleeves
- Short jacket
- Soft and light synthetic fabric
The sizes of our kimono jackets corresponds to the Asian sizes. We recommend taking one or two sizes above your usual size.
Example: If you usually wear M, choose size L or XL.
For further details on the measurements of our kimono jackets, please refer to the size chart below.