It is a men's undergarment with a tear pattern.
■About the pattern of this men's undergarment
Fragments of ancient textiles are called kire. From there, the patchwork-like pattern of the tear came to be called the tear pattern.
A pattern that has been popular with Japanese people for many years has been torn off. It contains universal wishes such as longevity, beauty, and academic progress.
A craftsman in Kyoto plainly dyes high-quality seika made in Japan
I processed the combination of handrails.
Repeat the handrail while moving sideways,
It takes a lot of time and effort for craftsmen to dye it, and the pattern is repeated, so they use a lot of nerves.
Fabric width: about 40cm
Length: about 13.0m
- ②「ヒップ」または「胴回り」/「hip」or 「girth」
It is the largest part of the waist circumference.
- ③「裄(ゆき)」/「Length of sleeve」
Raise your arms up to 30 degrees below horizontal, From around the back bone of the neck to the wrist bone. From the neck bone gouge (behind the seventh cervical vertebra) to the wrist bone gouge.
*The sleeve length of the juban(kimono underwear) is about 5mm shorter than the sleeve length of the kimono.
If you want to make a jyuban(kimono underwear) that matches your kimono, please tell us your [height] and Refer to the diagram above to 【①determine the length, ②sleeve length, ③Length of sleeve, ④Width of the sleeve's seam, ⑤Length of sholder and sleeve, ⑥front width, and ⑦back width】 of the kimono.Please let me know the total 8 sizes.
*The sleeve length of the juban(kimono underwear)is about 5mm shorter than the sleeve length of the kimono.