- Japanese 袴. (Wiktionary)
“It consisted of the ankle-length pleated trousers called a hakama, and a stiff-shouldered vest.”
“The hakama is a kind of trousers made of silk, and is worn by men instead of an under-kimono.”
“The hakama was a species of divided skirt, used by men and women alike.”
“I was most impressed by this unusual but positive Martial Art, this was the first time I had seen a teacher wearing a hakama.”
“Eric Dollimore came out from the changing room after removing his hakama, he stepped onto the tatami as the rest of the dan grades stopped to watch what was now happening.”
“For instance, for formal occasions, men wore Western-style hats with haori, a traditional waistcoat, hakama, an outer garment worn over the kimono that is either split like pants between the legs or nonsplit like a skirt.”
“The hakama, as worn by the young boy, can be worn as an outer garment over the kimono.”
“In general my mind tends toward the moribund so I imagined things like my foot getting caught on my uke's hakama and breaking my ankle or tonking my head so hard on the mat that it would trigger an epileptic fit.”
“When the blunders, missteps and accidents nudged their way into this visualization, I'd breathe, reset and begin with the last positive thought before the foot in hakama ankle break took over.”
“It's a festive, catered affair, with Consul General Kazuaki Kubo and his wife Kazuko in traditional Japanese garb of kimono and hakama greeting guests as they arrive.”
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