28265RE: [SCA-JML] Geta Images/References?
- May 31, 2012I've thought of making my own geta mostly because even the largest ones I
can find don't seem to be big enough for my gaijin feet, and because the
last pair I wore I destroyed in 6 months to a year's time (silly pavement
being harder than wood and dirt floors that were period). I took a quick
peek at your project page, and it looks like you only glued the support
pieces in place, yes? I.e. not tacked down with nails/screws/etc, just wood
HL Octavius Lunaris
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Subject: Re: [SCA-JML] Geta Images/References?
Carey Gorla wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone had any references or images for the type ofHere's some information on the web site for what is apparently the Japan
> geta with the two pieces that elevate the shoe off the ground?
Footwear, Folk Toy, and Doll Museum.
J - http://www.footandtoy.jp/htenjiannai.html
There's a tiny little bit of information on Wikipedia.
These two associated pages are still my favorites.
Lastly, because all promotion is self-promotion, I should mention my own
Hope all those help!
The Hon. Lord Ishiyama Gen'tarou Yori'ie
(mka: Elliott C. "Eeyore" Evans)
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