The Neko cat printed on this Hanten coat will bring you good luck, as is the Japanese tradition!
The Hanten is a traditional, short-cut Japanese coat . The first copies appeared in the 18th century, during the Edo period. Unlike other Japanese garments such as the kimono, hanten was never reserved for the aristocracy.
Close to the Haori jacket, the Hanten is differentiated by its quilted cotton inner lining. It retains heat, which is why we recommend wearing it when temperatures drop. It is therefore ideal when autumn or winter arrives.
The patterns that make up this cotton coat are little cats called maneki neko (translation: the cat that invites). Numerous Japanese legends tell of the lucky virtues of this animal very appreciated in the land of the rising sun. The collar is highlighted and sewn with a strip of black fabric.
- Design : Maneki Neko
- Fit : women's short coat
- Material : cotton
- Length : 80 cm/31.5 inch
- Wash : 30° maximum or by hand, dry on a hanger
💯 Adopt the Japanese clothing style, a true benchmark for elegance and refinement, wearing this red Hanten jacket . It will go perfectly with classic raw jeans and a white T-shirt with short or three-quarter sleeves.
💯 If you prefer the streetwear style, we advise you to wear Japanese hanten in oversize mode and add a pair of white sneakers with red patterns to make a reminder of color.
💯 Ideal for a winter festival, Christmas Eve or a party with friends, the Maneki Neko coat will have its little effect. It will catch the eye of lovers of Japan and pique the curiosity of the uninitiated.
💯 To find all our models of Japanese winter jackets , go to the Hanten collection. We offer a wide choice of patterns and colors that will take you on a journey to this beautiful East Asian archipelago.
Between two and four days
🇺🇸: Ten to twenty business days
🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
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