The Origin of the Japanese Happi Coat also most commonly known as a work or festival, happi coat is a traditional Japanese coat worn during summer festivals (matsuri). Also sushi chefs wear this coat usually
This happi coat has an inner tie and an outer tie, one inside pocket, made of Polyester/Cotton, easy washing and comfort.
Size 4XL: Chest 58", Shoulder to bottom 35.5"
Size 3XL: Chest 56", Shoulder to bottom 34.5"
Size 2XL: Chest 52.5", Shoulder to bottom 32.5"
Size XL: Chest 51", Shoulder to bottom 32"
Size L: Chest 49", Shoulder to bottom 31.5"
Size M: Chest 48", Shoulder to bottom 30.5"
Size: S: Chest 47", Shoulder to bottom 30"
Size XS: Chest 46", Shoulder to bottom 28"
From our broad selection of Happi Coats and Chef Uniforms, in this section, you will find all of our happi coats. Happi coats are straight-laced Japanese coat that usually made from cotton and often come in varying shades of brown and indigo. The first happi coats often represented a family crest or coat of arms and was worn by house servants. The crests of symbols of shops or organizations superseded family based happi coats over time.
Firefighters in the past also used to wear happi; the symbol on their backs referred to the group with which they were associated. In English, "happi" is most often translated as "happi coat" or "happy coat"
Our large selection of happi coats come in a number of different sizes, colors, and design patterns.