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7th Jul '17 10:48:53 PM ultimomant
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'', Amy Rose wears wrapping around her waist but over her clothes. It acts as a backbrace to stop her from injuring herself when she swings her hammer.
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.
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