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Esbossos del Japó, faldilla ballant noia, faldilla, Tattsuke hakama-8703-Tattsuke hakama 邑 印

Esbossos del Japó, faldilla ballant noia, faldilla, Tattsuke hakama-8703-Tattsuke hakama 邑 印

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monpe: work pants | cotton: handspun & handwoven | indigo dye | sashiko stitiching | Japan | c. 1900-'50

monpe: work pants | cotton: handspun & handwoven | indigo dye | sashiko stitiching | Japan | c. 1900-'50

Tsutsu bakama, literally “pipe hakama.” Derived from the ba jou bakama ( “horse riding hakama”) , the “pipe hakama” were similar to the pants we wear today. As the name implies, they were less full and lacked the long pleats found in the traditional hakama. Sometimes called “no bakama,” or “field hakama,” they were used by warriors in times of battle, as well as by farmers working the fields.

Tsutsu bakama, literally “pipe hakama.” Derived from the ba jou bakama ( “horse riding hakama”) , the “pipe hakama” were similar to the pants we wear today. As the name implies, they were less full and lacked the long pleats found in the traditional hakama. Sometimes called “no bakama,” or “field hakama,” they were used by warriors in times of battle, as well as by farmers working the fields.

Tsutsu bakama, literally “pipe hakama.” Derived from the ba jou bakama ( “horse riding hakama”) , the “pipe hakama” were similar to the pants we wear today. As the name implies, they were less full and lacked the long pleats found in the traditional hakama. Sometimes called “no bakama,” or “field hakama,” they were used by warriors in times of battle, as well as by farmers working the fields.

Tsutsu bakama, literally “pipe hakama.” Derived from the ba jou bakama ( “horse riding hakama”) , the “pipe hakama” were similar to the pants we wear today. As the name implies, they were less full and lacked the long pleats found in the traditional hakama. Sometimes called “no bakama,” or “field hakama,” they were used by warriors in times of battle, as well as by farmers working the fields.

Tsutsu bakama, literally “pipe hakama.” Derived from the ba jou bakama ( “horse riding hakama”) , the “pipe hakama” were similar to the pants we wear today. As the name implies, they were less full and lacked the long pleats found in the traditional hakama. Sometimes called “no bakama,” or “field hakama,” they were used by warriors in times of battle, as well as by farmers working the fields.

Tsutsu bakama, literally “pipe hakama.” Derived from the ba jou bakama ( “horse riding hakama”) , the “pipe hakama” were similar to the pants we wear today. As the name implies, they were less full and lacked the long pleats found in the traditional hakama. Sometimes called “no bakama,” or “field hakama,” they were used by warriors in times of battle, as well as by farmers working the fields.

karusan-bakama narrow bottom

karusan-bakama narrow bottom

Esbossos del Japó, faldilla ballant noia, faldilla, Tattsuke hakama-8703-Tattsuke hakama 邑 印

Esbossos del Japó, faldilla ballant noia, faldilla, Tattsuke hakama-8703-Tattsuke hakama 邑 印

Antique samurai yoroi hitatare (under armor clothing).

Antique samurai yoroi hitatare (under armor clothing).

Bleach shinigami outfit by Elruu.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Bleach shinigami outfit by Elruu.deviantart.com on @deviantART