A HACIMAKI  is a stylized headband (bandana) in Japanese culture, usually made of red or white cloth, worn as a symbol of perseverance or effort by the wearer. These are worn on many occasions, for example, by sports spectators, by women giving birth, students in cram school, office workers, expert tradesmen taking pride in their work, bōsōzoku (teen biker gangs) and even rioters.

A HACIMAKI is a stylized headband (bandana) in Japanese culture, usually made of red or white cloth, worn as a symbol of perseverance or effort by the wearer.

山車。1871年(明治3年) に博多で撮影された写真。  http://japan.digitaldj-network.com/articles/6025.html

ハウルどころじゃねぇ...明治3年の山車のクオリティが尋常じゃない件

The photo above was taken by an unknown photographer in a mere 30 years after the world’s first photographs began emerging. The artist captured a massive, precarious float (known as dashi) parading through the streets of Hakata, in Southern Japan.

Shirushi-hanten for Sanja-matsuri festival in Tokyo, Japan: Shirushi-hanten are Japanese workman's livery coats and there're logos on their back.

Shirushi-hanten for Sanja-matsuri festival in Tokyo, Japan: Shirushi-hanten are Japanese workman's livery coats and their logos on their back.

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Japanese Patterns, Japan Art, Nihon, Ninjas, Samurai, Kimonos, Traditional, Japanese Art, Kimono

Ai Nihon 愛日本: Hachimaki - Traditional Headwear in Japan - Farmofminds

Ai Nihon 愛日本: Hachimaki - Traditional Headwear in Japan - Farmofminds

氏子、宮頭、宮出し……9つのキーワードで見る三社祭2012 | nippon.com Japanese Hanten collection - Hanten was originally a traditional short coat, now worn as a Matsuri (festival) outfit in Japan.

Japanese Hanten Coats - Hanten was originally a Traditional Everyday Short Coat, now Worn as a Matsuri (Festival) Outfit in Japan.

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