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Hakama & Keikogi
Hakama is a traditional Japanese skirt. This clothing - hakama - was originally worn only by men, but now hakama is worn by both sexes. Hakama is tied at the waist and down the length up around the ankles, being worn over a hakamashita (kimono). Rear of hakama has a semi-rigid section (koshi-ita) which supports the lumbar area. On the inside of ...
Hakama is a traditional Japanese skirt. This clothing - hakama - was originally worn only by men, but now hakama is worn by both sexes. Hakama is tied at the waist and down the length up around the ankles, being worn over a hakamashita (kimono). Rear of hakama has a semi-rigid section (koshi-ita) which supports the lumbar area. On the inside of it is caught hakama-dome (a spoon shaped component) which helps keep the rear when worn in regular pants. Keikogi. Keikogi is a blouse or training uniform used in the practice of martial arts. Keiko Japanese language means "practice" and gi means "coat". There is also the term used instead of keikogi dogs. It shall be the chest with two strings. The material used is material keikogi "grain of rice".
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