Original WWII Japanese Army Soldiers Thousand Stitch Belt - Painted Tiger


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Original WWII Japanese Army soldiers sennenbari or thousand stitch belt.  These were worn by the soldiers around the waste for good luck and to ward off death.  The stitches were sewn on by hand by the mother, sister and wife.  This one has a tiger painted on it and measures 14 inches wide by 37 inches long.  It has a few very small moth holes, a hole on the crease and some stains that may be blood, but I am not sure.  It is a great sennenbari and still in great condition.  (FD1)