Worn by bushi warriors, the hachimaki is a cloth people wrap around their head to demonstrate dynamism and vigor during a festival.
Part of the work attire of artisans and tradespeople. People often wear one while carrying mikoshi portable shrines.
A kind of inner-wear, this garment has this name because the sleeves look something like the mouth (kuchi) of a carp (koi).
Work wear worn by men and women. It has a large pocket, originally designed to hold work implements.
The design is basically a split-toe tabi sock furnished with a flexible protective sole. Jika-tabi were originally worn for physical labor.
Japanese-style sandals made from the outer layer of bamboo, fitted with leather soles. They are quite water resistant.