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It is said that the roots of the "Sukajan" date back to shortly after World War II, when American soldiers stationed in Japan ordered tailor stores to embroider oriental patterns and emblems of their units and bases as commemorative items at the Yokosuka U.S. military base.
This one is reversible, with one side featuring the buildings and characters that symbolize Osaka in a dartisan-like humorous design.
The other has a vintage motif, with the embroidery of a hawk and dragon.