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    December 1943 regulation IJN work uniform tunic

    I'm not sure what the odds are that the only two Japaneseicon uniform items I've ever found locally would both be Imperial Navy items, but I'm pleased they go together. I had assumed late war as the cloth is a little rough and it has wooden buttons, but it is well made. Unfortunately, it has some sun bleaching in certain spots. It still will display nice. These were worn from 1944 to the end of the war.

    I had spent about an hour looking online for examples and found nothing, of course all the source material was Imperial Army. Facebook group saved the day. Same time period as the hat I found a month or so ago. I hate buying things without knowing what they are but it was Fathers Day and I usually treat myself to something like this when I can find it and it wasn't that expensive.

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