Learning of something new is one of the fascinating things about fashion and style while realizing that a style thought to be just recent was actually worn centuries ago only in a different manner creates an urge to probe the depth of its history. Speaking of that, one may wonder how many know of sexy classic fundoshi underwear from Japan. It is easy to think that skimpy undergarments and swimwear are recent creation but how wrong that is. This traditional men foundation garment made of cotton features naked rears while the front is covered and therefore one could conclude that the pieces being created now are different only because of the modern influence.
Fundoshi was a choice of underwear for any japanese man no matter his background before the famous W War II but instantly later the designers provided different intimate apparels. Today this famous garment is no longer in use as originally and instead those who still wear prefer it during Matsuri festival or as beachwear. However there is no harm at all in trying out this vintage design that comes in about four different elegant designs. Besides, no one has to find out about the nude apperance of the the fundoshi at the rears and in any case these are days of G-string, men bikinis, panties, speedos or the jockstraps and none of these require the fainthearted.
If by any chance someone want to move away from the ordinary American lingerie style, skip Europe and try on an Asian style, rokushaku fundoshi style would be a fabulous selection that is actually a piece of cloth with certain measurements for width and length that is skillfully twisted to form a thong style at the rears. Every other design available in the market follows the same reasoning and examples of these include, Etchu, black cat fundoshi and mokko among others. This legendary underwear garment has been worn by Japanese warrior Samurai and this time laidies are wearing this men lingerie produced for them by Wacoal Company now. This started by the late months of two thousand and eight in seven different colors as well as checked or plain designs.