Popular Traditional Japanese Costume
Muneate is an apron-likeJapanese cloth used by artisans in Edo period. Japanese traditional clothes like happi coat open its front part, so people wore mune ate under them to keep their body warm. In Japanese festival, it is often wore on koikuchi shirts. It became a typical taiko player's costume effected by 50s Japanese film, Muhoumatsu no Issho (The Rickshaw Man). It is also called haragake and donburi.
|Size (S)||Body Height: 150cm (About 59in)
Chest: 80cm to 85cm (About 31in to 33in)
|Size (M)||Body Height: 160cm (About 63in)
Chest: 85cm to 90cm (About 33in to About 35in)
|Size (L)||Body Height: 165cm (About 65in)
Chest: 90cm to 95cm (About 35in to About 37in)
|Size (LL)||Body Height: 170cm (About 67in)
Chest: 95cm to 100cm (About 37in to About 39in)
|Size (3L)||Body Height: 175cm (About 69in)
Chest: 100cm to 105cm (About 39in to About 41in)
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