Japanese shoes: Géta, Zori and Setta. The Géta are wooden sandals traditionally worn with Kimono. The Zori are straw sandals. The Setta are fine and elegant Japanese sandals.
Advice of choice for the size of the Geta, Zori, Setta: the heels of the feet exceed about 1.5 to 2cm.
* Japanese sandals should hold your feet securely when walking or standing. They must be tightened so that your feet do not advance. To properly tighten them, pull the "HANAO" (straps) well before you put on your sandals for the first time, then check that your feet are tight. Note that small toes can stick out a little.
The Geta are Japanese wooden sandals. They consist of a body and have teeth underneath the shoes with thongs passing between the big toe and the second toe. Shoes used by samurai. Very practical, easy to put on and take off.
The Takegawa Zori are Japanese sandals made of bamboo bark. This material plays a bactericidal and fungicidal role. Very practical, they can be stored anywhere and are suitable for martial arts seminars. These Japanese shoes are often worn in summer and during hot weather, their antiperspirant material ensures that the foot does not slip in the shoes, which is not the case of standard rubber sandals models.
The Zori IGUSA are Japanese straw sandals from Igusa. Igusa is a plant used to make the Tatami. Igusa plays a bactericidal and fungicidal role.