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@@
 gHantenh(livery coats)
@gHantenNis in a word the uniform of firefightersCwhich comes in various kinds by
  the combination of patternsCdesignsCcharacters and numbers.
  Most common ones are introduced here.

  1.gYaku|bantenh(leadersf coats)
@@These ghantenh became the uniforms of municipal fire companies.
    Line(s) on the waist signify the districtC and the name of company is dyed in the
    back and the position in the neckband.
  "gYaku|bantenh"

                              
   first jurisdiction first team               second jurisdiction second team subleader
   head & leader   

                              
   third jurisdiction gtsutsusakih           fifth jurisdiction ghashigoh

   
   fifth jurisdiction ghashigoh


    The red stripesfon the shoulders denote the leaders rank.
    The most important thing in the fire ground is the clear line of command and report.
@  ThereforeCthey are elaborately designed so that you will know at a glance from his
    frontCrearCleft or right to which company a particular firefighter belongs and
    under whose command he is working.@No fire coat in the world can equal these coats
    in rationality.


  2.gSougata|hantenh(general pattern coats)
 @Theseghantenh have been handed down from the Edo fire service.
   Each company had a coat with its particular pattern, by which the Wearer's company
   can be recognized at a glance.
   Being proud of its pattern (or his company),men wear these coats at a festival or
   colorful event.
   In other times they wear these coats under gyaku|bantenh
  "gSougata|hantenh"
  

  3.gSougata|hantenh(general pattern coats)
@@These are the most Simple ghantenhC with which you can move without hindrance
    while workingC and they are comfortable to wear.
    Fond of these coatsC steeplejacks wear them as everyday wear.
    They are now closely adhered to steeplejacksflife.
  "gSougata|hantenh"
  
 





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