Keikogi (kendo) Link : http://www.kendo-geneve.ch/image/keikogi1%20copy.jpg

Keikogi (kendo) Link : http://www.kendo-geneve.ch/image/keikogi1%20copy.jpg

keikogi, folding   Link : http://www.aikido-sl.com.ar/Preguntas/doblar_keikogi.jpg

keikogi, folding Link : http://www.aikido-sl.com.ar/Preguntas/doblar_keikogi.jpg

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keikogi Link : http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_CMYljNBmFTk/SjYlVuIl33I/AAAAAAAAAOg/CMgoM40frBI/s400/keikogi.JPG

Keikogi, folding Link : http://www.karatevelilla.com/local/cache-vignettes/L290xH364_folding_gi-3eaae.gif

Keikogi, folding Link : http://www.karatevelilla.com/local/cache-vignettes/L290xH364_folding_gi-3eaae.gif

Keikogi, folding Link :  http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/be/FoldingKeikogi.png

Keikogi, folding Link : http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/be/FoldingKeikogi.png

keikogi Link : http://www.aikidoedintorni.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/keikogi.jpg

keikogi Link : http://www.aikidoedintorni.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/keikogi.jpg

keikogi, folding  Link : http://www.sijundokan.com/images/how_to_fold_gi.jpg

keikogi, folding Link : http://www.sijundokan.com/images/how_to_fold_gi.jpg

Keikogi, clothing link : http://www.hellenicaikido.gr/img/clothing/clothes.gif

Keikogi, clothing link : http://www.hellenicaikido.gr/img/clothing/clothes.gif


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Hakama 袴 were traditionally worn only by men, but today they are worn by both sexes. Hakama are tied at the waist and fall approximately to the ankles and worn over a kimono. While hakama used to be a required part of men's wear, nowadays Japanese men usually wear hakama only on extremely formal occasions and religious service. Hakama traditionally formed part of a complete outfit called a kamishimo (上下 or 裃). Worn by samurai and courtiers during the Edo period.

Hakama 袴 were traditionally worn only by men, but today they are worn by both sexes. Hakama are tied at the waist and fall approximately to the ankles and worn over a kimono. While hakama used to be a required part of men's wear, nowadays Japanese men usually wear hakama only on extremely formal occasions and religious service. Hakama traditionally formed part of a complete outfit called a kamishimo (上下 or 裃). Worn by samurai and courtiers during the Edo period.

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Koyou had her erikae (turning of the collar [from red to white]), which is her official debut as a Geiko. She walked the streets of Gion Kobu to go present herself to ochaya (teahouses), okiya (Geiko houses), and the stores she frequents to thank everyone for their support.

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