Mon, 10 December 2007
Sorry but this may not be as helpful as it was intended to be but it might be slightly interesting if you like sandals or clogs... Japanese clogs or other.
Seta have no rubber on the bottom. Zori do have rubber on the bottom and both are flat and both may have tatami like mats where you place your feet. Set are probably less common. Geta used to be flat elevated clogs that were great for mud trekking (just joking but that is what they look like with the twin towers on the bottom. A rarer kind of geta had only one tower elevated vertically or diagonally beneath the sole making the task of walking a balancing act. Nowadays, geta can be purchased with the two elevated towers on the bottom but are commonly preferred without these towers and look more like a wooden clog low heel sandal with a material thong on the top. This is in ACC format as a PhotoCast so take the time to decipher which photo is what as we did not have time to put the photos in order. Also, as Kinsaku San commented on towards the end... if anyone knows what the Shiritori Game is called in English other than "Ending Mora Word Game" please comment on this post at our web page. Thank you. Episodes about Christian TESOL and regulations are due soon in 2008.
Direct download: Kinsaku_ZORI_SETA_GETA.m4a
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