A happi coat is a traditional Japanese costume that is worn at festivals and is worn by craftsmen.
If there was a festival scene in Japanese manga or anime, there is no doubt that someone is coming.
How to wear a happi coat is not difficult.
The point is how to stack the collars.
The upper left collar is the correct answer.
The design of the happi coat introduced this time incorporates famous traditional Japanese performing arts.
First is a picture of Hokusai.
"Kanagawa Okinamiura" is one of the 46 figures of "Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji", a collection of famous ukiyo-e paintings by Katsushika Hokusai.
It is a masterpiece in the series and is the most widely known masterpiece in the entire painting industry.
The dramatic composition is that the waves swirl violently high and violently, the three boats rubbed by the waves, and a glimpse of Mt. Fuji far away from the undulating waves while facing them.
Another portrait is Ukiyo-e by Sharaku Toshusai.
Sharaku is a mysterious person, and is known as a mysterious painter who suddenly disappeared after printing actor paintings and other works in a short period of about 10 months.
Who is the model is Kabuki actor Ichikawa Danjuro, the 5th generation.
Danjuro was a wonderful person who was loved by people not only for his artistic style but also for his way of life.
And finally, the introduction of Kaminarimon.
Kaminarimon, the symbol of Asakusa. Kaminarimon is the main entrance of Sensoji Temple, and when you pass through this Kaminarimon Gate, you will see Nakamise Street, which is lined with souvenir shops on both sides, and you can see the main shrine of Sensoji Temple.
Sensoji Temple is the oldest temple in Tokyo and is visited by many people for the first visit.
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