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Kariginu and Hanjiri (boy's version)

The terms Heian, Kamakura, Muromachi, Momoyama refer to historical eras. See the Japanese Historical Eras reference page.

        

Garments: Kosode, kukuri-bakama (pants), kariginu (top)
Good colors: black, white, bright yellow, pink, bright orange, bright orangey red. Kukuri-bakama may match the Kariginu or be white. Higher-ranking men should have brocade fabric, and the color of the kariginu may match their rank (light or dark blue, light or dark green).

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This page created August 4, 2002

Last updated August 02, 2005