Not so long ago a friend dropped me a link to a Russian website dedicated to traditional Japanese clothing
. Frankly, it's not my cup of tea, but the content seemed rather interesting.
Kids' kimono of 1920s and 1930s. What prints can we see on it? Pets, probably?
Maybe sweets? Treat yourself.
By the way, caramel and chocolate are not only sweet - they are a sign of Westernization and the packages are marked in a Western way.
But pets and sweets are certainly not the point.
What boy doesn't dream of a motorbike (and a machine gun)?
Or of an officers' cap and insignia?
Airplanes are also here:
As well as warships.
And Mom's wearing an obi (kimono belt) printed after a fashion:
Peaceful, easy childhood...