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Persimmon-Dyed Cotton Kendo Hakama
Persimmon-Dyed Cotton Kendo Hakama

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Persimmon-Dye is commonly known as "Kakishibu" in Japan and this "persimmon juice" has been said to be good for the insecticide and antiseptic lacquering (especially on wood) and the persimmon-dyed fabric garment was worn among the Samurai warrior in the Heian period according to the historical record.

Like the natural herb-dye, it works great for chemical dye allergy, Atopic dermatitis and mental relaxation, being so easy on your skin as the same time.

This Kendo Hakama is made of the 100% persimmon-dyed #8000 cotton.

All handmade to order in Japan.

Proudly Made in Japan
Made proudly in Japan

Our Price: $208.20

Availability: Usually Ships in 6 to 8 Weeks
Product Code: 022-H819[00]


Information Sizing

Comparative Kendo Hakama Size Chart (in centimeter)
Size Rec. Height
Hakama Length
Male Female
23 ~150 ~140 86
24 ~155 ~145 90
25 ~160 ~150
26 ~165 ~155
27 ~170 ~165
28 ~175 ~170 104
29 ~180 ~170 107
*Due to being hand-made products, the actual length might differ slightly from the size chart.
**Our Hakama are made with a maximum waist size of 95cm in mind, if your waist is larger than 95cm, your Hakama may need to be custom-made, please contact us for more information.
***Height recommendations are only for reference, to properly determine your Hakama size, measure between the top hip bone and the anklebone in standing position. This length is approximately equivalent to the length between the bottom of the rear obi and the rear hem. Refer to the size chart shown above.

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