Geta Sandals

Geta: The Japanese Sandals

  • Hirokazu "Japanese Geta Sandals"
  • "Dai" (sandal's body) made from wood
  • "Hanao" (sandal's rope) made from cotton
  • Anti-slip rubber coating added to the sole 
  • For the best fit, pick two sizes up your usual shoe size

Geta is a wooden sandal that appeared during the Edo era, this traditional Japanese footwear was usually worn with a kimono or yukata and is worn by both men and women. They are designed in a style very similar to the slippers that you see around the world. Nowadays, these Japanese sandals can also be worn with Western clothing.

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