Ww2 imperial Japanese army court dress. Presenting a complete set of formal dress uniform from the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.
This set belonged to an Artillery Major, as indicated by the stripes on the sleeve and hat. The color of the sleeve denotes the branch of service, and yellow signifies the Artillery branch.Full dress' typically refers to the formal wear of civil officials, but it can also colloquially refer to the formal wear of military officers. Specifically, for the army, it includes Seii (Seibakama, Seikatoushou, Seibou, Seikentai, Seken, Shokutai, Shokusou). The gold braided epaulettes indicate formal dress, and the button features a cherry blossom design, which was common in the uniforms of the time.
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