Script Japanese Souvenir Jacket SSJ-024 Dragon and Phoenix Men's Sukajan
Fit : Japanese size (It is smaller than american standard sizes) This shirt is trim fit for a stylish silhouette that giving it a more clean and dapper appearance.
Gender : Men Outer shell : 100% satin rayon, No stretch fabric Lining : 100% satin rayon, No stretch fabric Type of insulation : No fill, Casual Lightweight Outerwear, suitable for spring and fall seasons Placket type : Zipper closure Storage : The front and reverse sides have curved welted pockets at the waist Style : Casual / Japanese style Pattern Type : Embroidery Sleeve Style : Contrast raglan sleeves Sleeve Length : Long
Made in China. New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item. The model is wearing size 40(Medium). Height:5feet 9inch(1.75m), weight:134pound(61kg)
*All measurements are taken with the garment flat on the ground. *Sleeve length is taken from the center back of the neck. *Please understand that measurements may vary somewhat. *Note that actual color may be slightly different from one in the photo. *Please refer to size chart for sizing.
Script (Hanatabi Gakudan) is a label spun-off from casualwear brand Switch Planning in Japan, and its focus is on the embroidered Japanese souvenir jackets and other items with traditional Japanese motifs.
Featuring traditional Japanese patterns and designs, the lineup includes pieces in Japanese sizes and silhouettes, with the materials and details retooled for today's taste.
These are not just merely Japanese patterns, but pieces that have been enhanced with casual style.
They've been produced to make them suitable for use in town, not just on special occasions.
Here is one piece from the Script (Hanatabi Gakudan) brand : a reversible Japanese souvenir jacket (Casual Lightweight Outerwear, Satin Bomber Jacket) for Men (The reverse side is a plain).
This jacket is trim fit for a stylish silhouette that giving it a more clean and dapper appearance.
Made of 100% satin rayon and lined in 100% satin rayon. Fabric has no stretch. High weave density satin offers a unique flowing drape and sheen with a silky hand.
This item is specially dyed and washed for a vintage look, fade and broken-in appearance, this jacket looks and feels like the well-worn favorite.
The knit rib cuffs, collar and waistband are comfortable and flexible with a 70% acrylic and 30% wool fabric.
There is no internal batting, so the jacket is not bulky or puffy. It wears clean and close to the body. And this light piece of outerwear can be worn year-round, especially in spring and fall.
Front zip closure The front zipper moves smoothly, and won't get stuck, with rounded edges to protect the fabric. The zipper is a special-order piece from YKK.
The front and reverse sides have curved welted pockets reinforced with triangular gusseted stitches.
Pattern type is embroidery. Embroidery on one side and plain on the other side.
Model name: Script Japanese Souvenir Jacket SSJ-024 Men's Sukajan.
Designed in the motif of the dragon and phoenix.
*This item has been specially treated to produce a vintage-like effect. Note that this may cause some of the threads in the base material and embroidery to appear loose or split in parts. Note that this is entirely consistent with the vintage effect and is intentional.
*Note that the material used in this product is extremely delicate. The material is susceptible to damage from friction and wear, and its color may wear or fade in the sun. Note that the embroidered accent is extremely delicate, so avoid striking it against surfaces. Tumble drying should be avoided, as it can cause the garment to lose shape, fray, or shrink.
Japanese souvenir jacket(Sukajan) History Souvenir jackets or more famously know as Sukajan (suka referring to the US navy base in Yokosuka Japan and Jan meaning jacket) The souvenir jacket (commonly known as the sukajyan (Skajang/Skajan) in japan) originated duringthe early days of post World War II. The jackets featured a variety of oriental designs(eagle・tiger・dragon) and/or the servicemen's very own designs of their unit or base name,etc. Later, souvenir jackets became commercialized and sold through Post Exchanges (PX;commissaries within the US army bases) throughout Japan. hanatabi-gakudan-rodeo-japan script-rodeo-japan zyakeltuto-rodeo-japan suubenia-rodeo-japan