WWII JAPANESE THOUSAND STITCHES BELT
Beautiful clean example of a thousand stitches good luck token. A loved one would stitch or draw a thousand character on a cloth belt which could be worn into battle, this one hidden within the fold of cloth. This one wad made for Toyohisa Yamata from the Hyogo province, Asago Gun district, Ikuno-Cho city and was a sergeant. It's a gorgeous very traditional and intimate piece, less common than the good luck flags and wonderful to cherish.
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