- A white & black, cotton hakata kaku obi. The design is based on Buddhist motifs; Hakata kenjo-gara pattern weave, based on mystic symbols. Kenjo means 'present for a tycoon', for which this pattern was originally created as a gift from grand lords to tycoons
- Excellent quality
- Made in and bought from Japan
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Excellent - unused
Length 406 cm
Weight 0.5 kilo
Cotton Hakata Kaku Obi
Kaku obi are obi for men, more formal than heko obi, so not just for indoor wear. They are most often tied in a clamb knot.
Kaku obi are narrower than women's obi and are worn pulled slightly lower at the front than at the back, to low on the tummy.