Share the richness and beauty of Japanese folklore with this long kimono cardigan outfit
The first traces of the long kimono cardigan outfit
are located during the Muromachi period. Warriors protected their armor with this Japanese garment. Then, the nobility took possession of the Japanese outfit to mark their family emblem.
This haori jacket illustrates some koi carp at ease on the Kanagawa Sea. This courageous fish marks the richness of the Japanese culture. The koi carp symbolizes courage and perseverance
Compose a Japanese look with a haori jacket by following the tips below...
- Material: polyester, elastane
- Short and large sleeves
- Knee length
- Lightweight, semi-transparent 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.
||Shoulder width (cm)