Re: Specific nagabakama questions
> 2) Somewhere I remember reading that the gap on the sides of the pantscorrect?
> were only for men... but I don't think that's right. I'm pretty sure
> I've seen lots of pictures where women were wearing nagabakama with
> gaps between the front and back panels (unfortunately, the Kyoto
> museum pictures don't show the pants very well at all!). Would
> someone be so kind as to confirm which view (gaps or no gaps) is
I have never heard of a pair of hakama without a gap in the side. Even
modern day judo pants have a little gap on the sides. I found this
website on making nagabakama
htm> . It says there are gaps along with every other hakama-making
website I've found.
Kanamori no Tatsume
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