VINTAGE MENS HAORI, Japanese Jacket,  black silk,  HANNYA NOH MASK lining

VINTAGE MENS HAORI, Japanese Jacket, black silk, HANNYA NOH MASK lining

  • This is a 1950-90s man's Haori jacket in black slub silk with an interesting lining which shows a Hannya Mask. 

    This is a mask used in Noh theatre which represents a jealous female demon. 

    However, the word Hannya in Japanese actually means “wisdom” and the masks themselves are considered a symbol of good luck. In Japan today, the masks are often used as a means of warding off evil.


    Haoris such as these are often worn inside out to show the lining, when at home or entertaining.


    Approx measurements :

    Sleeve edge to sleeve edge - 52in (132cm)

    Across back - 26in (66cm)

    Back length (not inc. collar) - 34in (86.5)


    Age - c.1950-1990

    Condition - Excellent


    Phtotgraphs show some tacking threads which are used when the haori is stored or dry cleaned.  These may be reomoved before wearing. 

  • Posting via Royal Mail to UK

    Signed and/or Tracked - Insurance cover £50.

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