Adopts the look of a maiko, geisha apprentices having these Japanese geta on their feet
Also known as Okobo Geta , these Japanese sandals models were inspired by those worn by geisha apprentices under their silk kimono. These models do not have “Ha” (Teeth) like other geta models.
They consist of a huge wooden base, painted in white and thick patterned fabric straps. These wooden shoes are perfect for a traditional Japanese look .
They are worn with a Japanese women's kimono , a yukata, a haori jacket or a hanten coat. They are elegant and allow a good posture. They are high enough to preserve the bottom of clothing.
A few tricks to have a traditional geisha look of maiko...
💯 To choose the right size, keep in mind that the heels should always exceed 1cm from the soles to ensure they are actually in height.
💯 Use the straps to adjust the wooden sandals to the size of your feet so you can put on them easier.
💯 To have a style effect, do not hesitate to match the color of the hanao (straps) with the Obi belt of the kimono.
💯 A complete collection of Japanese Geta is available on our shop. You will probably find the most suitable pair for your maiko outfit .
Between two and four days
🇺🇸: Ten to twenty business days
🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
You have 14 days to return your item. Please contact us first via the contact form or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The after-sales service will tell you the return process.