Updated at 2022-04-16
Happi is a traditional tube-sleeved Japanese coat popularized during the Edo period. It is said that happi was developed to display family crest outwardly. Gradually, the coat evolved into today's design with the hem, waist, and sleeves and without lining. Due to its simplicity, it can be paired with various modern accessories and wore during ceremonial and promotional events. Users print their logos or names on happi for easy identification. Early Japanese firefighters also wore happi.
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