Geta Ganbare

Platform Geta

$58.99 USD
Geta Ganbare
Geta Ganbare
Geta Ganbare

Platform Geta

Regular price $77.99 Sale price$58.99 Save $19.00

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Adopts these Platform geta sandals for a stylish Japanese look

These Japanese sandals are traditionally worn with a Yukata or Kimono. This is a unisex pair that has been inspired by the shoes of samurai and geisha. They are characterized by the presence of two “teeth” (Ha in Japanese) that lift them from the ground to preserve the bottom of the kimono.

These pairs of  Japanese shoes are very popular in Japan. They are very elegant and very practical. They also have many advantages. Your feet won't get compressed in shoes closed with these sandals. They will also help you adopt a good posture and regain your natural balance.

  • Design: Japanese-style shoes
  • Women's or men's wooden sandals
  • Heel height about 2 in (5 cm)
  • Adjustable Hanao strap to fit and tighten the wooden geta. Soft cotton material
  • Sandals carved from raw wood, lightweight and strong
  • Nonslip rubber lining

Choose one to two sizes above your usual foot size...

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Between two and four days

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Eco-friendly Geta sandals good for your health

These wooden sandals are eco-friendly because they are made from recyclable and sustainable materials. By choosing geta sandals, you are opting for an environmentally friendly product. Additionally, their platform design helps maintain proper back posture, promoting a natural and healthy alignment of your spine. Combine traditional style and well-being with our Japanese sandals.

Handmade Japanese Sandals with quality wood

"The platforms of these sandals are handcrafted by an artisan using Paulownia wood. This durable and strong wood is one of the most resilient in the world, making it perfect for these Japanese sandals. Paulownia wood retains little moisture, ensuring exceptional stability. It withstands warping, breakages, and deformations, providing you with high-quality, long-lasting footwear. Experience the excellence of traditional craftsmanship with our geta sandals."

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Japanese Geta for everyone

"To choose the right size of geta, ensure that your heel extends 0.5 to 1 in (1,3 to 2.6 cm) beyond the back of the sandal. This slight overhang provides a perfect fit, offering better balance and comfort while walking. The Hanao strap is adjustable, allowing you to customize the fit for optimal comfort. Make sure there is enough room for your toes to move freely, while the strap keeps your foot securely in place."


How should geta sandals fit?

Geta should fit so that the heel slightly overhangs the back of the sandal. This allows for better balance and a natural walking motion.

Do you wear socks with geta?

Yes, it is common to wear tabi, traditional Japanese split-toe socks, with geta, especially during formal occasions or with traditional attire. However, it's not mandatory if you wear it with a Yukata.

Are geta good for your feet?

Geta can be beneficial for your feet as they promote good posture and natural foot movement. However, they may not provide the same level of support as modern footwear, so it's important to use them in moderation.

Is it hard to walk in geta?

Walking in geta can be challenging at first, but with practice, most people find it manageable. The key is to take shorter steps and maintain good posture.

What is the difference between geta and zori?

Geta sandals are made of wood with an elevated platform, ideal for summer festivals and often worn with yukata. Zori sandals are flat, made from straw, cloth, or synthetic materials, and are associated with formal kimonos for ceremonies.