Japanese Shinsengumi Kimono Happi Coat Letter Holder White Kyoto Japan


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   Japanese Shinsengumi Kimono Happi coat letter holder in white color.

   The Shinsengumi (meaning “the new squad”) was a special police force organized by the Bakufu (military government) during Japan’s Bakumatsu period (late shogun) in 1864.
    It was founded to protect the Shogunate representatives in Kyoto.

   The members of the Shinsengumi were highly visible in battle due to their distinctive uniforms, called Happi coat.
   The motif of this letter holder is Shinsengumi Happi coat.
    23cm x 34cm
(9.06 inch x 13.39 inch)

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  It will be shipped from Kyoto Japan by free shipping of air mail.
  It will take about 1 or 2 weeks for the delivery.

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Weight 50 g


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