Tabi Socks are traditional Japanese socks which date back to the 15th century. They are ankle-high and come with a separation between the big toe and the other toes. They are traditionally worn with waraji (straw sandals), zōri (flat sandals), geta (platform clogs), and other traditional thonged footwear. They are an essential with traditional clothing like kimonos and other wafuku. They were also worn by samurai during the Feudal Era.
- Our Tabi Socks feature an elastic weave for a snugger, more universal one-size-fits-all style.
The tabi socks are typically available in our New York, Colombian and China warehouses. Please allow 1 week for shipping.
- Waraji Sandals – Bamboo straw sandals commonly used by samurai
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