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Re: Training in hakama
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I don't normally tuck them up at the sides for my Kyudo practice as, practical though it may be, it just doesn't feel right in that environment (plus my instructor looks at me; doesn't shout, just looks until I get the message). But for my Bujinkan training, I generally tuck them up.

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Posted on: 2004/11/5 0:07
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Re: Training in hakama
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I made my own hakama when we did Takagi Yoshin Ryû, it wasn´t too hard, I found a pattern on the internet somewhere and bought some nice fabric, it turned out pretty good.

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Danny wrote:
Yutai,
Your gagaku hakama may just be too long!
They do need to be hemmed or tucked up so you don't trip on them.
If you look at many paintings of people fighting in ukiyo-e, you may notice that their hakama are pulled up and tucked into the sides of their belts.
I dont recommend fighting in full length unadjusted hakama.


I'm not trying to fight in my robes; just get on stage, move the instruments on the stage and get off stage. If you look at paintings of noblemen you'll see their robes are long and flowing and since none of the other musicians are tucking their hakama up, that's out of the question. So it's a matter of how to move in court robes.

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AHA!!

Court robes! You mean the ones with 8 foot long legs and you walk around with your feet inside ?


Here's a link with pictures.

http://www.iz2.or.jp/english/fukusyoku/wayou/6.htm

And for the most part, nobles didn't like to fight. But if I'm performing gagaku and all hell breaks loose, best believe I'll tie those sleeves up and get to scrapping whether I have Hotohori (my straight sword) or not.

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Micke wrote:
I made my own hakama when we did Takagi Yoshin Ryû, it wasn´t too hard, I found a pattern on the internet somewhere and bought some nice fabric, it turned out pretty good.

/Micke

Really? Can you please tell me where you found that patten?

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Most likely from Round Earth Publishing, which is where I might get patterns from, depending on how difficult they are to sew.

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I found a pattern at

http://www.sengokudaimyo.com/katchu/katchu.ch16.html (sorry, its not a link).

There are some other cool things on the site as well.

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That site is really cool; are the patterns easy to make (My sewing experience is limited to sewing a pillow with emroidery)?
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As expected, I was the only one who turned up in hakama to last night's class! Good practice though; I should do it more often. I did look and feel a bit like Darth Maul though with my black gi jacket, black hakama pulled up at the sides and given the fact that we were practicing rokushakubo (double ended light saber!).

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