Geta are traditional Japanese sandals with a wooden sole and a fabric strap that pass between the toes. Usually worn with a kimono, geta are just as emblematic of the land of the rising sun, which loves beautiful colors.
The Geta of Japanese folklore are of three different types that are the one with two teeth, the flat ones but also the heels which gives splendor to the woman. They are often worn during festivals, ceremonies but also with the kimono. Japanese geta helps to have good posture and is very strong with a thick sole and straps without rubbing.