Set on a rich purple background, accented with a bamboo and tortoise shell design.
This Japanese menís happi coat has ancient coins with four characters which represent "Wado", the era name for "Japanese copper" and "happiness" and "Kaichin" for "currency". The coins were minted in the year 708 and circulated through 928. The coins are set against bamboo, a symbol of prosperity and a tortoise shell pattern which symbolizes longevity.
This menís happi coat is made in Japan of 100% cotton with a shrink resistant finish for easy care. Machine wash cold for best results. This traditional Japanese clothing has contemporary straight sleeves and includes a matching belt. The length of the robe will vary depending on your height.
This yukata is available in size: Medium/Large.
Medium/Large measures 45" length and is designed to fit a man 5' 4" to 5' 11" in height. The wrap around waist adjusts up to 42".
The best way to determine where the length of the robe will fall on you is to measure from the top of your shoulder and down the front of your body with a tape measure.