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Any experience with them?
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Hello people from Kutakinomura!

Im very new in this, but my friend asked me to buy some tabis and I found this store called yamatobudogu on internet.
http://www.yamatobudogu.com/Jika_Tabi_s/32.htm
They have a lot of models of Tabis and other ninjutsu stuff.
The models are rikiyo, so I think that they have to be good, but before buying there I would like to know if someone has any experience dealing with them.

Also the shikomizue looks nice! but by now my budget is just for a few Tabis...

Anyway, any experience will be helpful!

Thanx in advance!

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Ups! I forgot the link where the Shikomizue is:
http://www.yamatobudogu.com/Ninjutsu_s/17.htm

Posted on: 2008/6/26 23:45
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Re: Any experience with them?
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Not knowing where you're from but this might help, go to ebay.co.uk and type in tabi, this person sells Naka tabi plus socks for £14 inc delivery
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Indoor-Ninja-Ta ... -INCL-SOCKS-UK-7-JAP-25cm

Posted on: 2008/6/28 17:18
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Re: Any experience with them?
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Thanx Stormy for the reply, but the link does not work.
He also have Jika Tabi?

Posted on: 2008/6/28 22:09
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Yes mate, just go to www.ebay.co.uk and type in tabi, you'll see a whole range of them, i get my students to use him because it saves me buying loads in Japan and having to lug them back for them, plus you get socks as well, can't be bad.

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I have heard good things about www.shinobigear.com too. I may be ordering the majority of my equipment from them. I believe shipping is free inside the U.S.

Posted on: 2008/8/16 21:41
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You may want to look at http://yarinohanzo.com/index.php as well. He has some excellent quality equipment and gear too!

Posted on: 2008/8/19 0:23
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Shipping may be INCLUDED, but it is NEVER free. What must be done to include it is to raise the price of all the articles so that it is covered. This is usually done by taking the most expensive shipping cost and adding it to all orders. It is a good ploy if you don't think about how they can do it. Just some additional information for you. What I've always done for the items I ship is keep the price at a reasonable level then charge what the PO charges for postage plus a dollar or two to cover the packing materials I must buy .

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I usually order Jika-tabi from here. :) http://bujinkan.graycastle.com/andrew_tabi/

For small Jika-tabi and indoor tabi, I ordered it from http://www2.famille.ne.jp/~tobiya/e-index.html

Posted on: 2008/8/20 7:07
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Yamato Budogu is OK.
I work with them.
Good quality, excellent service and Made in Japan.

Regards,
Dani

Posted on: 2008/8/20 18:45
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