Sukajan Souvenir Jacket Phone Charm

Sukajan Souvenir Jacket Phone Charm

5.00

Sukajan (スカジャン), also known as the Japanese souvenir jacket, has a history that goes back to World War II when American troops stationed in the Pacific wanted to have a souvenir to bring back home. They asked tailors in Yokosuka to embroider maps and “Oriental” motifs including koi, Geisha, dragons, and even tigers, reflecting the general American perception of the East during that time. The most famous sukajan tailor is Tailor Toyo, who created over 95% of the original jackets and are still making them today. In recent years, the sukajan has had a huge revival in the fashion world and is a super stylish and unique addition to any wardrobe!

 

This charm is made from frosted pink, semi-transparent acrylic with a gold bell accessory on a black braided cord strap and would make the perfect addition to any phone case, bag, purse, mobile game device, and more! The acrylic charm is made in the UK and measures 32mm x 40mm. Black braided strap measures approximately 70mm.

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