Japanese headbands are worn to symbolize perseverance and courage. headbands can be worn to compliment a robe or a kimono costume. Hachimaki headbands can be worn to show show support for a cause or to celebrate an event. These headbands are popular among theater groups and dance studios for performances. Made in Japan of 100% cotton.
This festival headband represents the Seikaiha wave, which translates to the blue wave of the sea. The distinctive pattern features a wave design made from overlapping arches of concentric circles. The hachimaki measures 2 1/2" wide and 36" long.