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Rising Sun includes a collection of sets - Buddhist and Shinto robes, Benkei warrior garments, elegant Furisode kimonos-- plus many random festive items from the Land of the Rising Sun: paper lanterns, fans, goldfish, and more.

Barton BoutiqueEdit

TopsEdit

  • Aiiro Kosode: Just because your underwear is fancy and Japanese doesn't mean you should be running around in it, Mister. (2,640 Gold)
  • Aka Kosode: Just because your underwear is fancy and Japanese doesn't mean you should be running around in it, Mister. (2,640 Gold)
  • Akajima Kosode: Just because your underwear is fancy and Japanese doesn't mean you should be running around in it, Mister. (3,300 Gold)
  • Byaku-e Kosode: A holy man's white undergarment, unfortunately susceptible to earthly stains. (2,640 Gold)
  • Chairo Kosode: Just because your underwear is fancy and Japanese doesn't mean you should be running around in it, Mister. (2,640 Gold)
  • Haiiro Kosode: Just because your underwear is fancy and Japanese doesn't mean you should be running around in it, Mister. (2,640 Gold)
  • Hakuun Kosode: Just because your underwear is fancy and Japanese doesn't mean you should be running around in it, Mister. (3,960 Gold)
  • Kinzakura Kosode: Just because your underwear is fancy and Japanese doesn't mean you should be running around in it, Mister. (3,960 Gold)
  • Kuro Kosode: Just because your underwear is fancy and Japanese doesn't mean you should be running around in it, Mister. (2,640 Gold)
  • Matsumori Kosode: Just because your underwear is fancy and Japanese doesn't mean you should be running around in it, Mister. (3,300 Gold)
  • Seikai Kosode: Just because your underwear is fancy and Japanese doesn't mean you should be running around in it, Mister. (3,300 Gold)
  • Straw Raincoat: Sheds water better than anything else on a broke rice farmer's budget. (660 Gold)

BottomsEdit

  • Indigo Fundoshi: Japanese manties! Woooo!!! (1,260 Gold)
  • Red Fundoshi: Japanese manties! Woooo!!! (1,260 Gold)
  • White Fundoshi: Japanese manties! Woooo!!! (1,260 Gold)
  • Black Tabi: Split toe socks are a marvelous invention that allow you to wear sandals and pick things up with your toes. (600 Gold)
  • Gray Tabi: Split toe socks are a marvelous invention that allow you to wear sandals and pick things up with your toes. (600 Gold)
  • White Tabi: Split toe socks are a marvelous invention that allow you to wear sandals and pick things up with your toes. (600 Gold)

ShoesEdit

  • Buddhist Monk's Straw Sandals: Simple sandals made from rough straw rope, just slightly less uncomfortable than going barefoot. (480 Gold)

ItemsEdit

  • Onigiri: A ball of rice that is often shaped into a triangle and wrapped with nori for convenient holding. Sometimes they contain fillings, such as pickled vegetables or meat. (300 Gold)
  • Yakitori: Tender chicken pieces are grilled, sometimes with various vegetables, on a skewer - a very popular snack food in Japan. (720 Gold)

Barton JewelersEdit

HatsEdit

  • Ginkgo Leaf Hairpin: Considered as a living fossil, the Ginkgo species is one of the oldest tree species on Earth - some trees in Japan and China are thousands of years old. Ginkgo are now often used in many herbal and medicinal remedies. (600 Gold)
  • Kiku Flower Hairpin: A charming hairpin in the shape of a Japanese Chrysanthemum blossom. (720 Gold)
  • Sakura Blossom Hairpin: A charming hair pin in the shape of a cherry blossom. (720 Gold)
  • Ume Blossom Hairpin: A charming pin in the shape of a Japanese apricot blossom. (720 Gold)

AccessoriesEdit

  • Buddhist Monk's Rosary Black: I don't care what those Tantric New Agers told you, this is what you should be fingering while you meditate. (1,380 Gold)
  • Buddhist Monk's Rosary Red: I don't care what those Tantric New Agers told you, this is what you should be fingering while you meditate. (1,380 Gold)
  • Buddhist Monk's Rosary White: I don't care what those Tantric New Agers told you, this is what you should be fingering while you meditate. (1,380 Gold)

Gambino Hat RackEdit

HatsEdit

  • Benkei's Cap: The yamabushi wore small caps called "tokin".

Yes, tokin.

I told you they were hippies. (1,680 Gold)

  • Benkei Wig: The mountain ascetics called "yamabushi" wore their hair long and loose like this.

They also didn't bathe very much, unless you count meditating under ice-cold waterfalls.

They were pretty much the Japanese version of hippies. (5,280 Gold)

  • Bhuddist Monk's Straw Hat: A traveling hat that keeps the sun and other distracting worldly things out of your eyes. (1,920 Gold)
  • Buddhist Monk's Tonsure: A shaven head, with masculine eyebrows. (720 Gold)
  • Buddhist Nun's Tonsure: A shaven head, with feminine eyebrows. (720 Gold)
  • Blue Geisha Wig: A high quality wig fashioned in a more traditional style worn by Geisha, and adorned with ornate pins and other accessories. Back in the day when there weren't wigs, some hairstyles were so complicated that many Geisha would not wash their hair for weeks at a time to maintain them! (9,900 Gold)
  • Green Geisha Wig: A high quality wig fashioned in a more traditional style worn by Geisha, and adorned with ornate pins and other accessories. Back in the day when there weren't wigs, some hairstyles were so complicated that many Geisha would not wash their hair for weeks at a time to maintain them! (9,900 Gold)
  • Purple Geisha Wig: A high quality wig fashioned in a more traditional style worn by Geisha, and adorned with ornate pins and other accessories. Back in the day when there weren't wigs, some hairstyles were so complicated that many Geisha would not wash their hair for weeks at a time to maintain them! (9,900 Gold)
  • Red Geisha Wig: A high quality wig fashioned in a more traditional style worn by Geisha, and adorned with ornate pins and other accessories. Back in the day when there weren't wigs, some hairstyles were so complicated that many Geisha would not wash their hair for weeks at a time to maintain them! (9,900 Gold)
  • Yellow Geisha Wig: A high quality wig fashioned in a more traditional style worn by Geisha, and adorned with ornate pins and other accessories. Back in the day when there weren't wigs, some hairstyles were so complicated that many Geisha would not wash their hair for weeks at a time to maintain them! (9,900 Gold)
  • Certain Victory Hachimaki: A cloth headband tied in a knot, meant to soak up sweat and show perseverance. (900 Gold)
  • Nihon Hachimaki: A cloth headband tied in a knot, meant to soak up sweat and show perseverance. (900 Gold)
  • Polka-dot Hachimaki: A cloth headband tied in a knot, meant to soak up sweat and show perseverance. (780 Gold)
  • White Hachimaki: A cloth headband tied in a knot, meant to soak up sweat and show perseverance. (780 Gold)
  • Samurai Wig: Hair in the popular sakayaki style, with the top shaved and the rest pulled back into a queue. (7,500 Gold)
  • Shinto Priest's Cap: Called an "eboshi" or "crow-hat", presumably for its color and not the droppings it protects your head from. (2,580 Gold)
  • Black Yamanba Wig: Crazy hair of the sort usually found on mountain hags and goblin kings. (9,300 Gold)
  • Blonde Yamanba Wig: Crazy hair of the sort usually found on mountain hags and goblin kings. (9,300 Gold)
  • Red Yamanba Wig: Crazy hair of the sort usually found on mountain hags and goblin kings. (9,300 Gold)
  • White Yamanba Wig: Crazy hair of the sort usually found on mountain hags and goblin kings. (9,300 Gold)

AccessoriesEdit

  • Ohaguru Smile: A mouth full of teeth blackened with a special ink, considered a mark of beauty.

Don't ask me why. (1,080 Gold)

  • Sharaku Nose: Ol' Sharaku-san, so they say


Was an artist of ukiyo-e
When he drew you, your schnooze
Would make you look like Ron Bruise
But Sharaku got paid anyway. (300 Gold)

  • Sharaku Nose (b): Ol' Sharaku-san, so they say


Was an artist of ukiyo-e
When he drew you, your schnooze
Would make you look like Ron Bruise
But Sharaku got paid anyway. (300 Gold)

  • Sharaku Nose (c): Ol' Sharaku-san, so they say


Was an artist of ukiyo-e
When he drew you, your schnooze
Would make you look like Ron Bruise
But Sharaku got paid anyway. (300 Gold)

  • Sharaku Nose (d): Ol' Sharaku-san, so they say


Was an artist of ukiyo-e
When he drew you, your schnooze
Would make you look like Ron Bruise
But Sharaku got paid anyway. (300 Gold)

  • Sharaku Nose (e): Ol' Sharaku-san, so they say


Was an artist of ukiyo-e
When he drew you, your schnooze
Would make you look like Ron Bruise
But Sharaku got paid anyway. (300 Gold)

  • Sharaku Nose (f): Ol' Sharaku-san, so they say


Was an artist of ukiyo-e
When he drew you, your schnooze
Would make you look like Ron Bruise
But Sharaku got paid anyway. (300 Gold)

  • Sharaku Nose (Superior Form): Ol' Sharaku-san, so they say


Was an artist of ukiyo-e
When he drew you, your schnooze
Would make you look like Ron Bruise
But Sharaku got paid anyway. (300 Gold)

External LinksEdit

  • Announcement - Rising Sun: Hundreds of new items in the Shops!

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