America Embroidery


Beikoku lit. “Rice Country” in Japanese. Rice was the currency of Pre-Meiji Japan, (1602-1868) and all government salaries were paid in “KOKU’ of rice. which is a Japanese bushel. So, perhaps this meant “Rich Country to the Japanese people who  must have marveled at the agricultural potential of this vast new  land across the ocean.

The style of calligraphy shown left is Kaisho.

We would be happy to embroider this design in Japanese on your new Meijin uniform for FREE. That's right, FREE. The quality is superb, delivery is almost always within 72 hours of receipt of your order, and we guarantee correct spelling and grammar. Buy your uniform, then click the button in the bottom left side of the screen to chose your embroidery design, Then, when you check out, click the embroidery code button which triggers your discount and the cost of your embroidery will be deducted from your total. 
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Gyosho, Kaisho


Black, Japanese Gold, Red, White, Gold Luster, Silver Luster, Navy Blue, Midnight Blue, Brown


Left Chest, Lower lapel