(褌?, ふんどし) Popular until World war II, Samurai warriors wore them as underwear. Now worn as swimwear or sported during various occasions like the Hadaka Matsuri were thousands of men would gather at the Saidaiji Temple in Okayama for the naked festival. It is also worn by sumo wrestlers.
Once a symbols of women's rights in the 1850s, the bloomer underwent several transformations in the underworld of undergarments. Popularized by suffragette, Amelia Bloomer. They were eventually replaced by drawers or knickers.
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