I have included both spellings here to make the page
easier for the search engines to locate.
Mitiyuki differ from haori as a coat insomuch as the
mitiyuki is worn closed rather than open.
I have listed a body measurement for you to make
your choice easier. The body measurement is
taken across the lowest button closure while the
garment is fully fastened.
SOLD Antique Japanese Kimono Michiyuki Mitiyuki WM70
Pattern: Michiyuki in Rinzu silk with a stunning red
floral pattern jumping out against the rich black
ground. Has interior ties to keep the inner panel in
place while wearing.
Comments: Michiyuki is thought of as a raincoat, but
is worn in the way of haori, too. One difference
between the two is that the Mitiyuki is worn closed,
so check the 'shoulder' measurement to see if this
one is right for you. Shitsuke are in place and the
jacket is in excellent condition.
WM70 Black Mitiyuki, $80.00
•Length: 85cm (33.5inches)
•Width: 134cm (52.8inches)
•Sleeve: 47cm (18.5inches)
•Shoulder: 68cm (26.8inches)