This particular item has two functions most commonly associated with it, and a name for each function it serves. When used to help keep a kimono or juban on, with an obi then put atop it, it is known as a datejime. Additionally, it may be used as an informal men's obi when worn with yukata or onsen kimono. The name for it as an obi is a Shinta Obi, or Tanzen obi. As an obi it is considered informal attire and would not be paired with more formal kimono. This duel purpose accessory is popular due to how versatile it is.
- Condition: B, gently used with minor flaws. The materials will be mix, from organics to easy to care for synthetics.
- Colors: Selected at random, we most typically sell these as datejime.
The majority of our stock is imported from Japan. We offer a full selection of Japanese kimono of various formalities and more.