- A taiko musuba (square knot), 2 part Nagoya type obi. Known as a tsukuri obi, tsuke obi or easy obi, with kanji design.
- It says"Koto Shousen-ryu" in this obi. Koto is a very long, Japanese harp. The text on this obi is, I believe, the equivalent of an orchestra name or group name of a troupe of koto players.
- Made and bought in Japan
- Most obi, including two-part, pre-shaped taiko knot obi, require an obijime and obiage to hold the rear knot in place, both of which are always bought separately. With a taiko knot style obi, an obi makura (obi bustle pad) is worn inside the knot too, to pad it out at the top, though a few two-part taiko obis have a makura already inside the knot, however, most don't. One can buy actual obiage, obijime and makura or one can improvise with these items
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Rear knot section 30 wide x 33cm deep
Sash 15.2cm deep x 165cm
Obi are one-size-fits-all items