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70614-0011 - Traditional Footwear


Studio Meiji 1890s Unknown
A collection of Japanese footwear: geta, waraji and clogs for Shinto priests. Geta are usually made of an unfinished wooden board called a dai, a cloth thong (hanao) passes between the big and second toe. The two supporting pieces are called “ha” (teeth). Waraji are sandals made from straw rope. See blog entry.
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