Souvenir jackets, also known as suka-jans, have a vibrant a rich history dating back to the post-war occupation of Japan. Servicemen stationed overseas would have these jackets made for themselves or a loved one, embroidered with local motifs and imagery to bring home as a memento.
The jacket features a skull on the left chest and the "Jack" on the right chest with a white skull with spider webs and snakes embroidered on the back. It's an expression of the cruelty of war, with anti-war sentiments.
This jacket is made of thick jungle cloth, which has relatively strong wind resistance, suitable for spring and autumn wear, and the strong fabric makes it easy to wear.
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