traditional clothing


skirt like pants

Hakama - in early times it protected a horseman's leg from brush - is a traditional piece of samurai clothing. There are two different styles of hakama. The umanori type is like trousers with "legs" and the undivided type, like a tube skirt, without legs, called andon bakama. Hakama can be worn with any type of kimono. Japanese men wear hakama at tea ceremonies, weddings and funerals - also artists, Shintô priests (kannushi) and shrine maiden (miko) and practitioners of material arts, such as kendô, aikidô or kyûdô.

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hakama-Hosen für Männer
Japanese clothing / tradition
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hakama-Hosen für Männer  (2)
Japanese clothing / tradition