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Deluxe 5mm Machine-Stitched Kote MOKKEI

Deluxe Machine-Stitched Kote MOKKEI

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The Mokkei Kote featured in an interview in KendoJin, with former All-Japan Champion Kiwada Daiki and Hayashi Takahiro (Kendo 7-dan Renshi, from Tozando):

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KendoJin Vol.2

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Our Price: $180.00

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Product Code: 183-NK10010[X]


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The idea of MOKKEI, literally meaning a wooden rooster, is based on a book of Zhuangzi and describes a situation where one is so focused and concentrated that he or she is standing at attention, as if being a wooden rooster.

Each pair of MOKKEI is handmade by the Japanese Kote craftsman in Iwate prefecture and many practitioners chose MOKKEI as the best pair for competition as well as for practice because of it's flexible wrist and the comfort of wearing it, being handmade. The latest breaking news shows that Kiwada Daiki won the 60th All Japan Kendo Championship with the MOKKEI Kote. View the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEJnSOTk3Ag and view the image.

If you wish to win against the competition, how about using the same tool as the champ who has 100% confidence in this product.

PLEASE NOTE: We intentionally design our Kote to sometimes feel a little tight at first. This is normal, and they are made this way to help them conform to the exact size and shape of your hands when broken in.
  • 5 mm Stitching
  • Genuine Indigo-Dyed Cotton Orizashi with Part Clarino Leather Knucle Guard
  • Genuine Indigo-Dyed Cotton Foream Guard
  • Micro-Punched Clarino Leather Palm
  • Single Namako
  • Prouldy Made in Iwate, JAPAN!

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 1st Review of Mokkei Kote May 28, 2014
Reviewer: S. Walker from VA  
These kote are good for regular practice and dry quick.  I've never purchased kote with micropunch holes before purchasing this kote. The wrist is flexible and the futon doesn't sacrifice protection. Not to knock handmade leather kote but the gained flexibility and ease of tenouchi at least for me makes it easier to perform techniques more sharply. There is also the deluxe version but other than the kote tags I'm unsure of the difference.  Now Tozando also has a kote workshop if you wanted to customize this kote.

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