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- An obi (belt) is used to keep the yukata from falling open.
- An obi (sword belt) is worn under the hakama cords.
- Kaku obi is a wide belt worn to support weapons being carried in or from it.
- The belt, obi is wrapped twice around the body similar to in karate or judo.
- 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.
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- 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.
- Many karateka tend to wear their obi (belt) much longer than judoka and other martial artists.
- It is also used decoratively and to tie the Obi (or belt) of a martial arts keikogi.
- Kenjutsu wear is traditional, consisting usually of hakama (split skirt trousers), keikogi (a heavy weight jacket worn tucked in) and obi (belt).
- Ob River (Russian: Обь), also Obi, is a major river in West Siberia, Russia, the country's fourth longest.
- 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.
- Entre las correas y fajas tradicionales, está el obi (帯, obi?) que se usa junto con el kimono, la hakama y la yukata.
- The Ob River (Russian: Обь), also Obi, is a major river in western Siberia, Russia and is the country's fourth longest river.
- The Japanese equivalent of a sash, which is used for holding a kimono or yukata together, is called an obi.
- World > Countries > Japan > Yukata
- Ob River
- Manufacturing > Clothing > Belts > Sash
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