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This Quick Dry "TOZANDO" Kendo Gi jacket is made of indigo dyed cotton and is particularly recommended for hot summer practice. Whereas it is lighter than the standard "TOZANDO" Kendo Gi jacket its durability is not affected.
As it is indigo dyed, you should expect the dying to bleed during first washings therefore we strongly advise you to wash it separately...
This "RYU" Kendo Gi jacket is a classic single layer Gi made of cotton. It's durability makes it a good choice for daily practice. Unlike shoaizome (indigo dyed) Gi jackets which may bleed at the beginning, this white (bleached) Gi is easy to take care of...
This Quick Dry "RYU" Kendo Gi jacket is made of cotton and is particularly recommended for hot summer practice. Whereas it is lighter than the standard "RYU" Kendo Gi jacket its durability is not affected...
Cotton Kendo Gi "Saxe" for Children
This "TOZANDO" color-fixed Kendo Gi jacket is a single-layered Gi made of navy dyed cotton specially treated so that the dying does not bleed during washing. Thanks to this treatment, the cotton fabric is made softer which...
This Quick Dry "RYU" Kendo Gi jacket is made of indigo dyed cotton and is particularly recommended for hot summer practice. Whereas it is lighter than the standard "RYU" Kendo Gi jacket its durability is not affected.
As it is indigo dyed, you should expect the dying to bleed during first washings therefore we strongly advise you to wash it separately...
A light blue Cotton Kendo Gi for children. This Gi is very popular among young children in Japan. Available in sizes 0-4.

Made in 100% Cotton. Made in Japan
Cotton Kendo Gi "Benibana" for Children
A light pink Cotton Kendo Gi for children. This Gi is very popular among young children in Japan. Available in sizes 0-4.

Made in 100% Cotton. Made in Japan
This "RYU" Kendo Gi jacket is a classic single layer Gi made of indigo dyed cotton. It's durability makes it a good choice for daily practice.
As it is indigo dyed, you should expect the dying to bleed during first washings therefore...