- nenrin patchwork series that is familiar even on the face of "BLUE BLUE JAPAN In the Edo period, kimonos were "cotton-filled" to survive the cold of winter. One kimono is reworked according to the season, and if a hole is made, it is repaired by hand and will continue to be worn for many years. Thin cotton is put inside to give such a texture, and a lot of fittings and hand stitch are applied. Corduroy is used for the collar, and the width of the body chore coat
length 68 cm / Chest circumference 104 cm / center of back to sleeve tip 80 cm
length 71 cm / Chest circumference 108 cm / center of back to sleeve tip 82 cm
length 74cm / Chest circumference 112cm / center of back to sleeve tip 84cm
length 75 cm / Chest circumference 118 cm / center of back to sleeve tip 86 cm
Outer fabric: 100% cotton Filling: 100% polyester
Lining: 100% cotton
Country of origin
Height 182 cm L size
Material dyed with indigo dye, so it will change from dark blue to light blue by repeatedly wearing it and washing it many times. Avoid wearing it in combination with white or light-colored items, or layering it as the color will transfer. Please wash it alone as the color will fade when washing.
[Notes on inventory display]
* Store inventory is as of today's 8:00.
* Even if it is in stock, it may be sold out, so please contact your store.
* You can also order at the store, so please contact your store.
* Mail order is also available at each store by phone. (You can use Sagawa Express e-collect)