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[Hanjuban (half underkimono) with gray collar and faggoting detail on sleeves, Hawaii, 192-]

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[Hanjuban (half underkimono) with gray collar and faggoting detail on sleeves, Hawaii, 192-]
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hanjuban | undergarment
L: 27 in, center back: 23.25 in
cotton
silk

Hawaii, 1920-1929

(2004.1.188)

Gift of Barbara Kawakami

Description

1 short underkimono : cotton, silk ; 27 x 23.25 (center back), sleeves 21 x 11.75 in.

Accompanied by matching koshimaki (wrap-around underskirt) (2004.1.190)

Off-white cotton muslin hanjuban (half underkimono) with gray silk collar and front facing (4 in.), and cream habutae silk sleeves (21 x 11.75 in.) with faggoting detail on lower edge. Gray collar has fine horizontal lines. Collar is folded in half to 2 in. at the back of the neck.

History
Hanjuban is a short or half kimono worn under kimono. Created to match koshimaki (wrap-around underskirt) (2004.1.190).

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