Age: about 140years old (Edo Era).
Region Found: Northern Japan, Iwate area.
Material: Indigo dyed patchwork
Interesting facts: This one-of-a-kind Boro Farmer's Jacket is from the North Region of Japan. It is made with different types of Indigo fabric patch, such as Shibori, Tsutsugaki and handstitched with Sashiko style. The inside has this amazing sashiko stitched Japanese style farmer hut, which was done by repairing by myself. It took me about the spend of 2 weeks to do all the repairing of this jacket to back to a point that is wearable again.
Approx size when lay down flat:
armpit to armpit: 21inches
collar to bottom length: 49 inches
Condition: there is some damage due to its age like holes and stains.
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