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    This Review contains major "Obi"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. An obi (belt) is used to keep the yukata from falling open.
  2. An obi (sword belt) is worn under the hakama cords.
  3. Kaku obi is a wide belt worn to support weapons being carried in or from it.
  4. The belt, obi is wrapped twice around the body similar to in karate or judo.

People

  1. The most common one, katana, refers to the style most people have seen, a daito which is worn stuck through the obi (belt) with the edge up.

Dentists

  1. Dentists who have completed advanced training in Bioesthetic Dentistry through OBI understand that the progression of tooth wear with age is preventable.

Compressed

  1. OBI has about 400MB of (mostly compressed) text online, ranging from poetry to standards documents to novels.

Tie

  1. I've never met a Japanese person my age who knew how to tie an obi correctly, they all needed someone to help them dress.

Karateka

  1. Many karateka tend to wear their obi (belt) much longer than judoka and other martial artists.

Belt

  1. It is also used decoratively and to tie the Obi (or belt) of a martial arts keikogi.
  2. Kenjutsu wear is traditional, consisting usually of hakama (split skirt trousers), keikogi (a heavy weight jacket worn tucked in) and obi (belt).

Ob River

  1. Ob River (Russian: Обь), also Obi, is a major river in West Siberia, Russia, the country's fourth longest.

Kimono

  1. In early autumn, People wear hitoe(not lined) kimono, and tie the obi made of ro (summer sheer silk) or hemp, and they have autumn motif design on them.

Yukata

  1. Entre las correas y fajas tradicionales, está el obi (帯, obi?) que se usa junto con el kimono, la hakama y la yukata.

Obi

  1. The Ob River (Russian: Обь), also Obi, is a major river in western Siberia, Russia and is the country's fourth longest river.
  2. The Japanese equivalent of a sash, which is used for holding a kimono or yukata together, is called an obi.

Categories

  1. World > Countries > Japan > Yukata
  2. Kimono
  3. Ob River
  4. Manufacturing > Clothing > Belts > Sash
  5. Belt
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