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Good morning everyone.

I just seen an interesting inscription partially hidden under the pin on the reverse of only members' Badge suspension (it's not on merit badges).

This inscription is "半襟一掛", that seems to say "to wear on the midlle of collar" (?)

Is this correct ?

Thank you for answers.





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1 hour ago, Danny63 said:

This inscription is "半襟一掛", that seems to say "to wear on the midlle of collar" (?)

Is this correct ?

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"To wear on the kimono haneri".

Haneri (半襟, “half collar”) is a decorative collar sewed on the nagajuban, that you can put the erishin inside it, before wearing kimono.



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Wow ... then it's true !

So this is just an instruction "how to wear the badge" and it's was wrote under the pin ...

My god... It's incredible.



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