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It is a thin piece of cardboard covered with cloth and placed between the layers of obi when putting the obi on. Some types of obi-ita are attached around the waist with cords before the obi is put on. Obijime is a cord, about centimetres 4. It can be a woven string, or be constructed as a narrow sewn tube of fabric. There are both flat and round obijimes. They often have tassels at both ends and they are made from silk, satin, brocade or viscose. A cord-like or a padded tube obijime is considered more festive and ceremonial than a flat one. Obi-makura is a small pillow that supports and shapes the obi knot, it acts as bustle padding.
The most common knot these days, taiko musubi, is padded out at the top with a makura. Formal obis worn by men are much narrower than those of women the width is about 10 centimetres 3. The men's obi is worn in much simpler fashion than women's: Heko obi soft obi is an informal, soft obi, free flowing and usually made of shibori tye-dyed fabrics, traditionally silk. It is tied very informally. The adult's heko obi is as long as a normal obi at cm 9. Adult men wear the heko obi only at home but young boys can wear it in public, for example at a summer festival with a yukata. On men it is tied to sit just below the belly at the front and tied slightly higher on the waist at the back.
Kaku obi stiff obi is another obi used by men. A formal kaku obi is about 10 centimetres 3. A kaku obi typically is made of hakata ori which has length-wise stripes and woven pattern based on Buddhist symbols and is worn tied in the simple kai-no-kuchi knot. A Netsuke is an ornament suspended from the top of the obi and worn mostly by men. A pouch or container remember, kimono have no pockets can be attached with a cord and the netsuke stops the cord pulling out of the obi, securing the pouch that hangs below the obi. Sanjaku obi three foot long obi - but it is not the Imperial foot measurement of 12 inches is a type of men's obi.
It is named after its length, three old Japanese feet about The obi is sometimes called simply sanjaku. During the Edo period it was popular among the people as the obi for yukata-like kimonos because of its ease of use. According to some theories, the sanjaku obi originates from a scarf of the same length, which was folded and used as a sash. A sanjaku obi typically is shaped like a kaku obi, narrow and with short stitches. It is usually made from soft cotton-like cloth. Because of its shortness, the sanjaku obi is tied in the koma musubi, which is much like a square knot. Shigoki obi was utility wear in the time of trailing kimonos, and was used to tie up the excess length when going out.
Nowadays the shigoki obi's only function is decorative. It is part of a 7-year-old girl's outfit for celebration of shichi go san. Most often it is red or vermillion, sometimes bright green, with tasselled ends. You can see an woman wearing one on a white kimono in a photo on many of my women's kimonos' detail pages. Heko obi A soft obi, like men's heko obis, but in bright colours, usually tie died. Tied in a soft, simple bow at the back. Tsuke obi pre-tied, 2 part is a popular obi used for children because of its ease of use. There are even formal tsuke obis available for children. These obis correspond to fukuro obis on the formality scale.
The main ones are described below but there are many others. Asagao musubi morning glory flower is a knot suitable for yukata. As its name suggests, it resembles the Japanese morning glory. The knot requires a great length of obi so it can be usually only be made for little girls. Ayame musubi iris is a very decorative and complex knot that resembles a blossom of iris. It is considered suitable for young women in informal situations and parties. Because of the complexity and conspicuousness of the knot it should be worn with more subdued, preferably monochrome kimono and obi.
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Darari musubi is a knot nowadays used only by maikos, dancers and kabuki actors. It is easily distinguishable by the long "tails" hanging in the back. In the past also courtesans and daughters fub rich merchants, among others, would have their obis tied in this manner. A specific darari obi, about centimetres 20 ft long, is needed for making this knot in full length. There also exists a half-length version of the darari musubi, the so-called handara musubi. According to tradition, a minarai a maiko-to-be in training wears her obi in this style. Maikos wear this knot for specific dances. Fukura-suzume musubi puffed sparrow is a decorative knot that resembles a sparrow with its wings spread and is worn only by unmarried women.
It is suitable for formal occasions and is only worn with a furisode. Traditionally, the fukura-suzume musubi worn with a furisode indicated a woman was available for marriage. Kai-no-kuchi musubi clam's mouth is a subdued obi which is often worn by men. Sometimes older women or women seeking a somewhat masculine air to their outfit tie their obi in this knot. Koma musubi square knot, literally "foal knot" is often used with haori strings and obijime. The short sanjaku obi for children is also tied in this way. Taiko musubi often translated as drum but that is incorrect, as it is not actually named after the taiko drumit is named after the Taiko Bridge, where it was first worn by some geisha, on the bridge's opening day, and afterwards caught on and became popular amongst all.
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It is simple and subdued and resembles a box. The taiko musubi is suited for both old and young women in almost any occasion and goes with almost any kind of kimono and in some cases even with yukata. Only furisodes are considered too formal and youthful to be worn with the taiko musubi. Nowadays the taiko musubi is usually associated with the taiko drum, but the origin of the name does not relate to the instrument. The knot was created at the time of the festive opening ceremony of the Taikobashi bridge in Tokyo in Some geishas attending to the event tied their obis in a new, conspicuous way that was thought to resemble the shape of a "playing card", ichimai karuta.
The knot was a variation of a simple men's knot used then. The knot worn by trendsetting geishas was later adopted by other women.