Kimono History

Japanese Clothing

Kimono Fabric, Kimono Pattern & How to Make a Kimono

Kimono Patterns & Kimono Styles

How to Wear a Kimono

Japanese Obi & How to Tie an Obi Sash

Japanese Yukata - The Summer Kimono

Kimono Robe & Japanese Robes

How to wear a Kimono Robe and Japanese Robes

Men's Kimono

Hakama Pants

Japanese Shoes & Japanese Sandal Types 

Geta Sandals

Zori Sandals & Tatami Sandals

Tabi Socks

Children's Kimono

Wedding Kimono

Happi Coats & Japanese Festival Clothing

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Japanese Shoes and Japanese Sandals


kimono pictureThe two basic types of japanese sandals or japanese shoes is the geta and the zori. The length of the kimono is normally adjusted to hang just at the ankle displaying both the japanese shoes and socks. Japanese sandals and shoes come in a variety of colors and styles, red and black being the most popular. Japanese manufacturers now make japanese sandals, purses and japanese hair combs to match the exact pattern of the kimono to complete the ensemble. Click next to learn about the zori japanese sandal, geta japanese shoes and the japanese tabi socks.