Doll’s Kimono Montsuki Hakama 1/6サイズドール 紋付袴





I made a kimono and hakama ensemble with family crests for 1/6 size doll.

It’s Japanese man’s formal attire.

Its kimono and haori have family crests on both sides of chest, back, and back of the sleeves.

They are called “Itsutsumon”, meaning five family crests.

First, put nagagi (ankle-length kimono) and hakama.


Then wear a haori over.


You can see where those family crests are on the back.

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主に1/6ドールのためのものを作っています。編みぐるみの子犬プリン、キリコ、フンボルトさん、猫の小春とすずとのんびり暮らしております。I make things (clothes and accessories) for 1/6 size dolls mainly. I enjoy a relaxed pace of life with amigurumi Prin, Kirico, Mr. Humboldt, and two cats Koharu and Suzu.

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