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25th Jan '17 12:48:01 PM Anicomicgeek
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* In ''Film/SuicideSquad2016'', ComicBook/{{Katana}} is wearing a bosozoku version of her ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}'' outfit, modified depict her with an open jacket and a sarashi to cover her breasts.

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* In ''Film/SuicideSquad2016'', ComicBook/{{Katana}} is wearing a bosozoku version of her ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}'' outfit, modified to depict her with an open jacket and a sarashi to cover her breasts.
5th Jan '17 6:09:02 PM Lemia
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* An unusual variant in ''Webcomic/{{Avialae}}'': Bailey uses his trans brother's old bandages to bind Gannet's ''[[WingedHumanoid wings]]'' so that he can hide them under his shirt.
7th Dec '16 12:31:34 PM Rysto
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* In ''Anime/YukiYunaIsAHero'', [[PatrioticFervor Japanese nationalist]] Togo wears one when [[spoiler:she attempts suicide via {{seppuku}}.]]
21st Nov '16 3:30:33 PM Anicomicgeek
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* In ''Film/SuicideSquad2016'', ComicBook/{{Katana}} is wearing a bosozoku version of her ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}'' outfit, modified depict her with an open jacket and a sarashi to cover her breasts.



* In ''Film/SuicideSquad'', ComicBook/{{Katana}} is wearing a bosozoku version of her ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}'' outfit, modified depict her with an open jacket and a sarashi to cover her breasts.
21st Nov '16 3:27:18 PM Anicomicgeek
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* In ''Film/SuicideSquad'', ComicBook/{{Katana}} is wearing a bosozoku version of her ''ComicBook/{{New 52}}'' outfit, modified depict her with an open jacket and a sarashi to cover her breasts.
20th Nov '16 5:05:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* Sarashi appear in the ''Videogame/{{Yakuza}}'' games as equipable items that raise the wearer's defense. Also, in one scene in ''Yakuza 2'', Kazuma is seen shirtless with bandages wrapped around his midriff; however, the scene occurs after he's been stabbed in the gut and mauled by tigers, so in this case their presence is more of a consequence than an outfit choice. Of course, this being Kazuma Kiryuu, they look pretty BadAss anyway.

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* Sarashi appear in the ''Videogame/{{Yakuza}}'' games as equipable items that raise the wearer's defense. Also, in one scene in ''Yakuza 2'', Kazuma is seen shirtless with bandages wrapped around his midriff; however, the scene occurs after he's been stabbed in the gut and mauled by tigers, so in this case their presence is more of a consequence than an outfit choice. Of course, this being Kazuma Kiryuu, they look pretty BadAss badass anyway.
15th Nov '16 7:23:02 PM WillKeaton
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Of course, if it's a female samurai[[note]]"[[LadyOfWar onna bugeisha]]", which extends to all female warriors, is the proper term because "samurai" should only be used for men, as it was in the Sengoku Period[[/note]], a sarashi is pretty much a given.

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Of course, if it's a female samurai[[note]]"[[LadyOfWar samurai,[[note]]"[[LadyOfWar onna bugeisha]]", bugeisha]]" which extends to all female warriors, is the proper term because "samurai" should only be used for men, as it was in the Sengoku Period[[/note]], Period[[/note]] a sarashi is pretty much a given.
12th Nov '16 2:14:01 AM Morgenthaler
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Though common in anime -- JapaneseDelinquents (particularly in classic, older series) will often be seen wearing one under their coat or unbuttoned shirt as a visible cue as to their general level of {{Badass}}ery -- this is also a general Japanese cultural trope, often found in RealLife and applicable to women as well as to men. For female characters, however, a sarashi may also serve as an accessory to a potentially boring outfit, as an aid in {{crossdress|er}}ing, or simply as a way to prevent {{Gainaxing}}. In these cases the wrapping is pushed up a few inches to cover and flatten the chest ([[FanService usually]]), and the irony inherent in using such a traditional symbol of masculinity to accentuate or disguise femininity may be [[FetishFuel deliberately invoked.]]

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Though common in anime -- JapaneseDelinquents (particularly in classic, older series) will often be seen wearing one under their coat or unbuttoned shirt as a visible cue as to their general level of {{Badass}}ery badassery -- this is also a general Japanese cultural trope, often found in RealLife and applicable to women as well as to men. For female characters, however, a sarashi may also serve as an accessory to a potentially boring outfit, as an aid in {{crossdress|er}}ing, or simply as a way to prevent {{Gainaxing}}. In these cases the wrapping is pushed up a few inches to cover and flatten the chest ([[FanService usually]]), and the irony inherent in using such a traditional symbol of masculinity to accentuate or disguise femininity may be [[FetishFuel deliberately invoked.]]
14th Oct '16 1:53:06 AM AgProv
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Of course, if it's a female samurai[[note]]"onna bugeisha", which extends to all female warriors, is the proper term because "samurai" should only be used for men, as it was in the Sengoku Period[[/note]], a sarashi is pretty much a given.

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Of course, if it's a female samurai[[note]]"onna bugeisha", samurai[[note]]"[[LadyOfWar onna bugeisha]]", which extends to all female warriors, is the proper term because "samurai" should only be used for men, as it was in the Sengoku Period[[/note]], a sarashi is pretty much a given.
12th Oct '16 5:45:51 PM Someoneman
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Note to anyone who might want to do this: '''Use ACE bandages!''' Ace bandages won't keep pressure and tighten over time. Anything else can and will result in difficulty breathing, bruising, cracked and broken ribs, and death in more extreme cases.

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%% Note to anyone who might want to do this: '''Use ACE bandages!''' Ace bandages won't keep pressure and tighten over time. Anything else can and will result in difficulty breathing, bruising, cracked and broken ribs, and death in more extreme cases.
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