noun, plural ha·o·ris, Japanese ha·o·ri.
Origin of haori
Examples from the Web for haori
He was glad that many Waseda professors wore Japanese haori and hakama.The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 1|Elizabeth Bisland
Turning unexpectedly her sunshade caught in his haori (cloak), which thereby was slightly torn.
Kibei insisted on aiding Iémon; and Iémon did not dare to refuse his services in donning the haori.
Haori and kimono, hung up there to dry, rustled and moved a little in the draft.