Japanese HeadbandsA Hachimaki is a Japanese headband. In Japanese culture, they are worn as a symbol of perseverance or effort. Patterns vary with inspirational words, the rising sun or twin dragons. Made in Japan of 100% cotton. The headband is 2 1/3" wide and 36 1/2" long. Choose from six patterns:
A: "Kamikazi". Originating back to the 13th century when strong typhoon winds prevailed to aid Japan against ancient Chinese attacks. The Japanese named these winds Kamikazi or God's Wind.
B: Muteki is translated as "Invincible."
C: Twin Dragons. The Dragon has been revered for centuries and is said to hold primal and supernatural powers over the forces of nature, including rain and rivers. Also associated with wisdom, legend has it that Dragons are wiser than humans and represent longevity.
D: "Ninja Warrior". The mysterious nature of the Ninja dates back to 14th century Japan. Ninja activities were focused on covert actions of war. Folklore legends depict Ninja abilities to include invisibility, walking on water, and control over natural elements.
E: Hissho translates as "Victory".
F: Tohkon means "Fighting Spirit"