Age: Edo Period
Material: Indigo dyed cotton, Sashiko stitch, Tsutsugaki drawing
Interesting fact: This fireman's jacket is one-of-a-kind and the inside was done by Tsutsugaki style hand-drawn rice-paste resist dyeing technique. Indigo dyed on the outside were used because its element is known to be flame resistant in Japan.
Approx size when lay down flat:
armpit to armpit: 23 inches
collar to bottom length: roughly 33.5inches
Condition: Excellent condition, some faded colour due to its age.
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