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    Default Where can i buy this Keikogi and Hakama?

    Hello.

    I'm a huge fan of japanese traditions, food, martial arts - especially iaido and kendo.
    So, i tried to find an online store that can ship worldwide, because i live in Brazil, this kind of Keikogi and Hakama, please:





    I really like this traditional japanese iaido kimono/keikogi and hakama. I know, too, that this kimono use a thin garmet called Juban, it's kind an undershirt. It's a more complete vestiment for iaido.
    The problem is that i couldn't find this kind of vestiment in many online store that shipping worldwide. So, if anyone can help me i will be very grateful.

    By the way, just for information, I already have this iaido set for my training.

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    I just would like to have a more tradicional and presentation style uniform.

    Thanks in advance

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    I have, in the past, ordered from a company called Bokunando. They have a terrible Web site: hard to navigate, opens new tabs/windows every time you click on an item, etc., but the products were good.

    The "keikogi" you show is possibly actually a hakamashita, a shortened kimono designed for wear with a hakama. Bokunando sells them, and you can order family mon to put on them if desired. Scroll midway down this page to see an example:

    http://www.shop-japan.co.jp/english-...tial-arts5.htm

    Or it may be a full-length kimono called a montsuki:

    http://www.shop-japan.co.jp/english-boku/kimono5.htm

    They have a large variety of hakama available:

    http://www.shop-japan.co.jp/english-boku/hakama5.htm

    I hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Owens View Post
    I have, in the past, ordered from a company called Bokunando. They have a terrible Web site: hard to navigate, opens new tabs/windows every time you click on an item, etc., but the products were good.

    The "keikogi" you show is possibly actually a hakamashita, a shortened kimono designed for wear with a hakama. Bokunando sells them, and you can order family mon to put on them if desired. Scroll midway down this page to see an example:

    http://www.shop-japan.co.jp/english-...tial-arts5.htm

    Or it may be a full-length kimono called a montsuki:

    http://www.shop-japan.co.jp/english-boku/kimono5.htm

    They have a large variety of hakama available:

    http://www.shop-japan.co.jp/english-boku/hakama5.htm

    I hope this helps.
    Thanks a lot Brian! For sure it helped me.
    The name! I really wanted to know the name of this shortened kimono. Now will be much more easy to search for hakamashita kimono or even for montsuki kimono that i didn't know the name too.


    It's great when you find the right forum with the right persons that know what we are talking about.


    Thank you!

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    You might try mugendobudogu.

    They might have what you are looking for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cxt View Post
    You might try mugendobudogu.

    They might have what you are looking for.
    Thank you Cxt, this online store has many good itens!!

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    I would also suggest http://www.e-bogu.com. They are very professional and very helpful.

    I also agree that https://www.budogu.com is one of the best out there for service and quality as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cxt View Post
    You might try mugendobudogu. They might have what you are looking for.
    Quote Originally Posted by StephenBaker View Post
    I would also suggest http://www.e-bogu.com. They are very professional and very helpful.
    I found our site, e-Budo, when I was trying to get to e-Bogu; it was a happy coincidence. It's a good site for Kendo gear, but they do not carry kimono and only have regular hakama, at least that I have found. Mugendo Budogu does have kimono, but not the "fancy" hakama that the OP was looking for, unless I missed it.
    Last edited by Brian Owens; 9th July 2014 at 19:47.
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