Pokkuri - japanese sandals
Maiko's wooden clogs, Kyoto, Japan 舞妓さんの下駄
Nimaiba geta (courtesan's clogs), late 19th century
Japanese clogs, Geta
Japanese wooden clog called“geta”or“Pokkuri”
Japanese koppori (maiko's shoes) designed by Saori Kanda
Japanese clogs, Geta 下駄
松鶴ぽっくり: lacquered wooden clogs with rounded soles for little girls in kimono, pine and cranea
Black Lacquer Geta Shoes with Cherry Blossoms Motif.
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“Crane & Pine Pokkuri :From A Girl's set for Japanese Children's Celebration of 3, 5 and 7 Years of Age series”
Maiko (geisha in training) wear distinctive tall geta (geisha shoes) called "okobo"