Traditionally, a 'Haori' features plain external designs and lavishly decorated landscape linings and was not worn by women until the Edo period (1615-1868).  The landscape scenes from the lining of the 'Haori' are reflected in the cuff and collar, featuring a temple in the snow with snow-covered pine trees and bonsai bushes in planters.   Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
Traditionally, a 'Haori' features plain external designs and lavishly decorated landscape linings and was not worn by women until the Edo period (1615-1868).  The landscape scenes from the lining of the 'Haori' are reflected in the cuff and collar, featuring a temple in the snow with snow-covered pine trees and bonsai bushes in planters.   Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
N° 12  'temple in snow' haori shirt
Traditionally, a 'Haori' features plain external designs and lavishly decorated landscape linings and was not worn by women until the Edo period (1615-1868).  The landscape scenes from the lining of the 'Haori' are reflected in the cuff and collar, featuring a temple in the snow with snow-covered pine trees and bonsai bushes in planters.   Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
Traditionally, a 'Haori' features plain external designs and lavishly decorated landscape linings and was not worn by women until the Edo period (1615-1868).  The landscape scenes from the lining of the 'Haori' are reflected in the cuff and collar, featuring a temple in the snow with snow-covered pine trees and bonsai bushes in planters.   Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
The pattern is cut from a black vintage men's 'Haori' 羽織, a traditional Japanese hip or thigh-length jacket worn over a kimono.
'Temple in snow' Vintage silk lining and combo.  The pattern is cut from a black vintage men's 'Haori' 羽織, a traditional Japanese hip or thigh-length jacket worn over a kimono.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Traditionally, a 'Haori' features plain external designs and lavishly decorated landscape linings and was not worn by women until the Edo period (1615-1868).  The landscape scenes from the lining of the 'Haori' are reflected in the cuff and collar, featuring a temple in the snow with snow-covered pine trees and bonsai bushes in planters.   Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Traditionally, a 'Haori' features plain external designs and lavishly decorated landscape linings and was not worn by women until the Edo period (1615-1868).  The landscape scenes from the lining of the 'Haori' are reflected in the cuff and collar, featuring a temple in the snow with snow-covered pine trees and bonsai bushes in planters.   Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Traditionally, a 'Haori' features plain external designs and lavishly decorated landscape linings and was not worn by women until the Edo period (1615-1868).  The landscape scenes from the lining of the 'Haori' are reflected in the cuff and collar, featuring a temple in the snow with snow-covered pine trees and bonsai bushes in planters.   Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Traditionally, a 'Haori' features plain external designs and lavishly decorated landscape linings and was not worn by women until the Edo period (1615-1868).  The landscape scenes from the lining of the 'Haori' are reflected in the cuff and collar, featuring a temple in the snow with snow-covered pine trees and bonsai bushes in planters.   Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The pattern is cut from a black vintage men's 'Haori' 羽織, a traditional Japanese hip or thigh-length jacket worn over a kimono.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, 'Temple in snow' Vintage silk lining and combo.  The pattern is cut from a black vintage men's 'Haori' 羽織, a traditional Japanese hip or thigh-length jacket worn over a kimono.

N° 12 'temple in snow' haori shirt

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vintage haori.  100% silk.

The pattern is cut from a black vintage men's 'Haori' 羽織, a traditional Japanese hip or thigh-length jacket worn over a kimono.  Traditionally, a 'Haori' features plain external designs and lavishly decorated landscape linings and was not worn by women until the Edo period (1615-1868).  

The landscape scenes from the lining of the 'Haori' are reflected in the cuff, collar, and back yoke, featuring a temple in the snow with snow-covered pine trees and bonsai bushes in planters.  Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs. 

Every piece is one of a kind and hand-numbered.  All wear and idiosyncrasies are unique to the textile.  Handcrafted by artisans in New York City.

size & measurements:
One size fits all (XS-L).  Model (5' 11" / 180cm)
Front length from neck: 29" / 74cm
Back length from neck: 32" / 81cm
Chest: 23" / 58cm

care & longevity:
Spot treat to clean or bring to a green dry cleaner. May be sensitive to treatment with dry cleaning chemicals.

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