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Kumihimo (Japanese Samurai braiding) Bracelet Gray Yarn
Kumihimo cord was first created by a form of finger-loop braiding. Later tools such as the marudai and the takadai were employed to make more complex braids in shorter time. The most prominent historical use of the cords was by samurai as both a functional and decorative way to lace their lamellar armour and their horses' armor (barding). Kumihimo cords are now used as ties on haori jackets and obijimes, which are used for tying on an obi (kimono sash).
Adjustable. Fits wrists 7.5 to 8.2 inches.
Material: Cotton Yarn