The Wazi-Hasode is made of a shape-memory material for a three-dimensional look. The hexagon pattern, which is created by the difference in weaving, also creates a fine bulge on the surface. How is Wazi-Hasode structured? Many people wonder why. This is our shop original patented product that allows you to enjoy beautiful drapes and variable styles by unbuttoning the sleeves and hanging them on the shoulders from the basic Haori condition with large winglike sleeves. The firmness and flexibility of the fabric add to this free style to create a loose three-dimensional feel. This is an outer wear that will not bore you when you wear Japanese clothes that tend to be flat. This black Wazi-Hasode has a hexagon pattern made by different weaving methods, and a texture that shows fine unevenness by a set of slight luster differences. Its expression is reminiscent of the tsuchime pattern of a Japanese sword forged by hammering steel. As a characteristic of the shape memory material, the texture is firm and light, and wrinkles are not left. It creates a space between your body and Wazi-Hasode, so you can wear it for a more three-dimensional look. The protrusions seen on the shoulders are a dynamic look, and the sleeves hung on the shoulders are standing up. It is fully lined, but the black ultra-thin lining is light and does not interfere with the shape memory of the outer fabric. Wazi-Hasode alone has a tremendous impact, but if you change the sleeve arrangement to match with Hakama (FSAC 21-03), you can wear it in a formal style like a suit and enjoy it in various ways. The accessory that fastens the front collar is Kaname-dama [hook] which is made with astringent metal and gradation beads. This has a masterfully controlled charm.