It came to be called a "checkered pattern" because a kabuki actor named "Sanogawa Ichimatsu" wore a hakama with this pattern on stage during the Edo period (1603-1868). It is known as an auspicious pattern with the meaning of prosperity.
Item No : 06148437
Size for USA : Approximately 13 inch. wide and 35 inch. long
Size for World : Approximately 33cm. wide and 91cm. long
Material : 100% Cotton
Made in Japan
- Colors: Images 1 and 2 are closer in color to the actual product.
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