A man is dressed in Aikido Hakama pants and Keikogi equipment to train in the mastery of Japanese martial arts.

Aikido Hakama

$83.99 USD
A man is dressed in Aikido Hakama pants and Keikogi equipment to train in the mastery of Japanese martial arts.
The hakama aikido pants are blue. This is the equipment used for Japanese martial arts.
Put on this aikido Hakama pants also used for kendo or Japanese martial arts.

Aikido Hakama

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The Aikido hakama is the essential Japanese pants for men and women in martial arts

This Japanese outfit was worn by the samurai. These hakama pants are worn when practicing Kendo, Iaido and Aikido (Japanese martial arts). Hakama for men are worn lower than women's kakama. But in the case of an aikido hakama, it must be worn below the waist.

  • Material: Cotton
  • Hakama pants color: navy blue
  • Package: contains a Japanese martial arts hakama

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🇺🇸: Ten to twenty business days
🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days

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What is the purpose of hakama?

The purpose of wearing a hakama is to signify formality and respect. They are commonly worn during traditional Japanese ceremonies, martial arts practices, and special occasions. A Japanese hakama has seven pleats: five in the front and two in the back. They represent various virtues such as courage, justice, and humility.

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How To Fold Hakama?

Folding a hakama requires precision and care. Follow the next steps:

Preparation: Lay the hakama flat on a clean surface with the pleats visible. Untie and spread out the long ties (himo).
Front Pleats: Align and smooth out the front pleats.
Back Pleats: Turn over and align the back pleats.
Fold Lengthwise: Fold in half lengthwise, aligning front and back pleats. Neatly fold the ties.
Fold Widthwise: Fold in half widthwise, tucking the ties inside.
Storing: Wrap the ties around the folded hakama to secure it.
This method preserves the hakama’s shape and ensures a neat, traditional appearance.

FAQ

Can anyone wear a hakama?

Yes, anyone can wear a hakama. Traditionally, hakama were worn by samurai and martial artists, but today they are worn by both men and women for formal events, tea ceremonies, and festivals, adding a touch of Japanese cultural heritage to any outfit.

What is a haori and hakama?

A haori is a traditional Japanese jacket worn over a kimono, often used to provide an extra layer of formality and warmth. A hakama is a type of wide-legged pants or skirt that is worn over the kimono, typically during formal events or martial arts training.

Is hakama and kimono the same?

No, a hakama and a kimono are not the same. A kimono is a traditional Japanese robe, while a hakama is worn over the kimono. The hakama is usually reserved for formal occasions and martial arts, adding an extra layer of traditional attire.

What do men wear under hakama?

Men typically wear a kimono or a juban (an under-kimono garment) under their hakama. This combination ensures that the outfit is complete and adheres to traditional Japanese dress codes, especially for formal events and martial arts practices.

How many pleats are in a hakama?

A hakama traditionally has seven pleats: five in the front and two in the back. These pleats are said to represent various virtues such as courage, justice, and humility, reflecting the wearer's adherence to traditional Japanese values.