Men’s hadajuban underneath kimono.

Men’s hadajuban underneath kimono
Collection MAE RAS: № 13-28/2
Image ID: 1241859914
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Museum inventory number:
№ 13-28/2
Title:
Men’s hadajuban underneath kimono
Dating:
early 19th c.
Location:
Japan
Materials:
silk textile
Technics:
weaving, sewing, painting
Dimensions, cm:
88.5 x 118.0
Collector:
Overmeer Fisscher, van Iohann Friedrich, Foreign corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences in St.Petersburg
Commentation:
The hadajuban, an underneath waist kimono made oh thin silk, was worn both by men and women under the outwear. This light-green kimono is men’s. Perhaps, initially this kimono was of a much saturated color.