Kesa - the 5 stripe five panel style
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The simplest form of robe that a Buddhist priest wears when he is either resting or at work. The andae is one of the three robes sanne, traditionally owned by every Buddhist priest. Since it was usually made by sewing together five pieces of rectangular cloth, the robe came to be known as gojou gesa (a five-strip robe).