Haori Coat of the Greatest Shogun, Ieyasu
Ieyasu Tokugawa is the first SHOGUN in Edo Shogunate and one of the most famous SHOGUN in Japan because of his greatness. There is a haori coat (normally wears on Kimono) Ieyasu loved and has been left in pieces until now. This documentary follows that craft workers try to re-create Ieyasu's haori coat completely through a year. Ieyasu's haori coat was mystery, however, from the scientific analysis, they find that the color was gold and was made with the greatest skills by craft workers in the era. The craft people who challenge on this project are who have been working on Kimono for ages in Kyoto. They find the superfine silk which had actually used for Ieyasu's haori coat and challenge the phantasmal dyeing technique, "TSUJIGAHANAZOME".