This is the belt used for one of your uniforms in Natori Ryu.
The Kakuobi is a traditional Japanese belt worn by males with a Kimono or Yukata, or in some martial arts over theHakama. Obi is a generic term meaning "belt", kaku means "angle" or "square" and in the case of "kakuobi" it refers to the shape of the belt. The Kakuobi is usually made of cotton or silk.
There are many variations of patterns, always in the same style. Pattern and the way it is tied are element of fashion and elegance that are very important in Japanese traditional clothing. All our Kakuobi are fully made in Japan.
Made in Japan
Material: 100% Cotton
If you prefer this all black, you can use dye from HERE.
Wide Black Belt offered in three different sizes. 2 (250 cm), 3 (350 cm), 4 (350 cm)
100% Cotton | Made in Japan
Shrinkage: ~2% | Width: 5.8 cm | 7 lines of stitching
This type of Obi is usually tied three times around your waste and fixed by either a knot or by simply folding the ends inside the belt. Size calculation : 3x hips size + 50 cm (+/- 20 cm depending on how you tie the belt)