Japanese Geta's,Tabi's and Zouri

Geta's is the meaning for shoes in Japanese. Zouri is a dress shoe for a formal Kimono. Tabi are the socks that are worn with the Geta's or Zouri.
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Rain geta

Rain geta

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Japanese clogs, Geta

Japanese clogs, Geta

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Lovely geta from Mamechiyo

Lovely geta from Mamechiyo

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Oiran Platforms by vyxle, via Flickr

Oiran Platforms by vyxle, via Flickr

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2012年10月 : 豆千代モダン 新宿店 Blog

2012年10月 : 豆千代モダン 新宿店 Blog

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Japanese old tabi (socks) patterns

Japanese old tabi (socks) patterns

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Japanese sandal -Zori-

Japanese sandal -Zori-

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The genkan 玄関 is very important in any Japanese dwelling, no matter how big or small. In Japanese houses you MUST remove your shoes before you enter, and the genkan is the place to do so! There is usually a getabako (下駄箱), or "geta box" where the family keeps all their footwear: shoes, rain shoes, boots, and yes, geta. As a guest, you can keep your shoes in the genkan.

The genkan 玄関 is very important in any Japanese dwelling, no matter how big or small. In Japanese houses you MUST remove your shoes before you enter, and the genkan is the place to do so! There is usually a getabako (下駄箱), or "geta box" where the family keeps all their footwear: shoes, rain shoes, boots, and yes, geta. As a guest, you can keep your shoes in the genkan.

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#Japan traditional folk hotel

#Japan traditional folk hotel

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hachi moji by ajpscs, via Flickr

hachi moji by ajpscs, via Flickr

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