1047 Tate Slub Haori
Wear Haori for a more prestigious look
This is a Haori for the popular 1051 Tate Slab Samue. The thin cotton fabric of the Tate Slab Haori has a rustic texture. By daring to spin yarns of different thicknesses, an uneven texture called slub is created.
The 1051 Tate Slab Samue is a Wasuian standard Samue that is constantly ordered throughout the year because of its long-wearing season.
This is a comfortable garment that can be easily thrown on when going out in Samue or when you have a sudden visitor. It is recommended for spring and fall outings, as it makes the wearer look dignified and respectful like a kimono ensemble.
- The Surface:Cotton 100%
- The liner:polyester 100%
- Fabric thickness : Thin (0.45mm)
- Recommended season : Spring, Fall
- Hand wash or tumble dry
- Made in Japan
- Shipping weight :280g（Lsize）
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What are Haori?
Haori (羽織) is a traditional Japanese hip- or thigh-length jacket worn over a kimono. The Haori is worn for a variety of purposes, including as part of formal attire, as protection against cold and dust, and as fashionable clothing.
The Haori was originally worn by men, and its name is said to have originated from the "Jinbaori," a Haori worn over armor on the battlefield. In modern-day Japan, Haoriare worn by both men and women. Try adding a piece of Haori for a one-rank higher look.
Haori by Wasuian
In addition to the traditional haori, Wasuian offers sleeveless ponchos and samue-style garments with a double layer of warmth around the stomach.
Our Haori and Jacket are made without padding and are based on the traditional design. Designed for comfort, these fashionable Haori let you incorporate Japanese traditions into modern casual outfits. Wear one over jeans and a t-shirt, match it with your samue, or coordinate it with samue pants — the possibilities are endless!
Wasuian’s Commitment: The Beauty of the Collar
The collar has always been an essential part of the kimono, as is evident in the idiom "Eri Wo Tadasu" ("straighten the collar"). For our haori, we avoid placing stitches on the front of the collar by using the sophisticated drop stitching technique. It relies on the fingertips to apply the sewing machine to the edge of the collar, just 1 to 2 mm away. Our artisans carefully make every garment by hand. We strive to balance preserving the essence and techniques of traditional Japanese clothing while evolving the designs to match modern lifestyles.
Over 60 years, we became the top producer of samue (traditional workwear now popularly used as loungewear) in Japan. Our garments combine traditional techniques with modern functionality and design.