Kyūdō (弓道) refers to the traditional Japanese martial art of archery. Even though Japan has a very long story with archery, the emergence of the art takes its origins with the Samurai and the changing society. During this period, the military class became increasingly predominant and the requirement for strong archery education followed as the need for archers grew drastically in the different clans. The concept of Kyūdō as the form of art we know nowadays starts to appear during the Edo era (1603–1868), when monks started to practice Kyūjutsu (the skill of bow) implementing in it a real martial art philosophy.
As an expert in martial for more than a century, KuSakura's Kyudo training clothesline is only focused on a high-end jacket and Hakama both genders adapted and available in 3 different sizes.
You can embroider your jacket with your name or your Dojo's name. This customization service is available for each product. For a better fit in every situation, you can also adjust your Karategi from the many alteration options we offer: add a chest and/or hips cord, shorten the sleeves, or add a magic tape fastening the jacket's collar.
Jackets and Hakama are sold separately.