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Japanese sandals - Geta

Japanese sandals -Geta- We called these "zorris"

Life is a journey not a destination.

thekimonogallery: “ Japanese straw waraji as seen at the ’Aoi matsuri’ festival in Kyoto, Japan ”

Woke listless on market day in an anonymous city.

A Traditional Japanese Wooden Clog/Sandals that is worn outdoors, Geta~

Hirugami onsen district in Nagano prefecture, Japan.

Imagination blocks you like a bolt on a door,      Burn that bar. -- Rumi  **Substitute for the word imagination, expectations, ordinary thoughts, emotions and comparison with others.

Imagination blocks you like a bolt on a door, Burn that bar. -- Rumi **Substitute for the word imagination, expectations, ordinary thoughts, emotions and comparison with others.

Japanese clogs, Geta 下駄

Japanese clogs, Geta 下駄 (I want a pair of these!

Pokkuri - japanese sandals

ぽっくり(Pokkuri) geta shoes are wooden sandals worn by maiko (apprentice geisha).

埋め込み画像

埋め込み画像

Japanese sandals “Hana Zori”

Japanese sandals “Hana Zori”

I had some getas (I'm not sure of the proper spelling) similar to these too.  Mine were red and gold and I felt like a Geisha when I wore them to the festival!  Ah, sweet memories!

Net play also available with the usual kimono project

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