Antique and Vintage Garments

We are pleased to offer antique and vintage garments from old Japan. The range of garments offered here is from the Meiji Era (1868-1912) through the mid-twentieth century.  Included are cotton folk garments, urban or 'street' wear, and selected silk kimono, many of them still wearable.
A Hand Spun Cotton Happi: Resist Dyed Jacket

A Hand Spun Cotton Happi: Resist Dyed Jacket

late nineteenth, early twentieth century35 1/4" x 48", 90... (more)

A Striped Cotton Apron: Traditional Garment

A Striped Cotton Apron: Traditional Garment

mid twentieth century25" x 25 1/2", 63.5 cm x 64.75 cm Ap... (more)

A Resist Dyed Happi or Hanten: Western Alphabet

A Resist Dyed Happi or Hanten: Western Alphabet

early to mid twentieth century36" x 49", 91.5 cm x 124.5 ... (more)

A 19th Century Silk Piece-Constructed Juban: Katazome

A 19th Century Silk Piece-Constructed Juban: Katazome

late nineteenth century56" x 48", 142.25 cm x 122 cm This... (more)

A Small Happi Showing Genji-guruma: Repurposed Cloth

A Small Happi Showing Genji-guruma: Repurposed Cloth

early to mid twentieth century26 1/2" x 41", 67.5 cm x 10... (more)

An Edo Period Samurai Travel Coat: Cotton and Kudzu

An Edo Period Samurai Travel Coat: Cotton and Kudzu

**reduced from $195.00**mid nineteenth century34" x 48", ... (more)

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