The Obi: the obi is similar to a belt or sash. It is wrapped very tightly around the waist. Geta and Zori Shoes: There are two kinds of that are worn with kimonos. They are called geta and zori. Geta shoes are like wooden clogs (Netzley, 2000). Zori shoes are either rubber or straw sandals (Netzley, 2000). Both are sandals and are worn with special socks called tabi socks. Tabi socks have a split between the big toe and 2nd toe (Hoehner, 1999).
Other Parts of the Kimono: Eri: collar Sode: sleeve Furi: sleeve below arm hole Fuki: Hem guard Sodeguchi: Sleeve opening Doura: upper lining on a woman's kimono Miyatsukuchi: opening under the sleeve Sodetsuke: kimono arm hole Tamoto: sleeve pouch Tomoeri: over-collar Uraeri: inner collar