KOKORO”Original Tradition The color of passion wrapped in jet black. (deep Japanese black) YD117PS01 Price:464,000yen (Separately: 8% tax, shipping fee, tariff)
There are many styles of Japanese embroidery. Today there are few embroiderers in Kiryuu who are famous for their Sukajan, which originates from the Japanese name Yokosuka Jumper. Kiryuu is Japan’s Silk Road. Machines increasingly do embroidery, but Sukajan embroiderers continue to work by hand. This was embroidered in a traditional Japanese method called Teburi which you don’t see much nowadays even in Japan. This is a representative work of such a style, so that future generations may be inspired to continue this traditional Japanese embroidery.
It is reversible so that it can be worn on any occasion.
We have incorporated kimono sleeves into it. The crest was painstakingly crafted and uses powerful ancient Japanese characters. It comes with pockets. And it gives off a special airiness through movements accented by its Western tailoring.
The kimono-inspired sleeves move gracefully and add an air of class. You can wear it with a formal suit jacket or casual wear. Even with formal and sacred Japanese clothing, it gives a dramatic flare.
・Body fabric (Black): Wrinkle-resistant. The way it drapes gives it a classy feel. (Red): 100% smooth-to-the-touch silk. ・Made in: Japan ・Size: Sleeves: 84 cm (from the center of the back of the neck to the wrist) Body: 133 cm (from the back of the collar to the bottom of the jacket) #yamatodesign #kumikotaiyo #kimonostylejacket #japanesestylejacket #japanesstylecoat #yamatodesignjacket #yamatodesigncoat #yamatodesignstyle