This is the most basic and standard way to tie an obi. The Nagoya obi was invented during the Taisho period and became popular. Nowadays, when we talk about taiko knots, we refer to this single taiko. Nagoya obi is used to tie mainly kimonos such as komon and pongee. The name comes from the fact that the drum part is tied together, and it is a simple knot that even beginners can easily handle.
[Characteristics of Sepalena obi]
To use the sepalana obi, simply fasten the belt and pass your hands through it . It's made so that you don't have to worry about tying it, so it's really easy. You'll have a great look in no time.