How to wear the Hakama.
What to prepare.
Hakama that suits you.
Note that there is one for men and one for women.
Points to Keep in Mind When Wearing Hakama.
When putting on your hakama, you should wear it with the Ashibumi in place.
The middle of the hakama should be in the middle of your right and left legs.
If you do not keep it in the middle, it will not be beautiful and it will interfere with the Sya.
Hold the Hakama string and tighten it to secure the two ends of the obi.
The Hakama string also helps to prevent the obi from loosening.
Tie the strings of the hakama over the obi.
After tying the cord, lift the cord like this.
Now the Obi is fixed.
If Obi is loose, you can't concentrate on Sya.
The next step is to work on your front.
Wrap the cord held to the left slightly below the waistband.
Wrap it around the folds of the hakama to hold them in place.
The cord in your right hand should be wrapped in the same way, slightly below the waistband.
Again, keep the folds of the hakama from opening.
Fix the obi so that it does not fall out again.
After tying the string, hold both ends of the obi and pull it upwards.
This will ensure that the obi does not come loose.
It's that easy.
Finally, the knot is tied so that it overlaps the knot of the obi.
This way the obi will not loosen and the hakama will not fall down.
The knot should be tied inside the hakama.
Do not tie it on the outside.
For beginners in Kyudo.