Kohaze are fingernail-shaped clasps for fastening the closure of tabi (Japanese socks), kyahan (Japanese leggings) and tekkou (Japanese hand and wrist covers).
It was born in the middle of the Heian era (794-1192) , but Tabi with kohaze were so precious and not generally worn because common people could not wear them without the permission of their feudal lord.
We are proposing for various uses, such as using "KOHAZE" as a zipper of denim to use "KOHAZE" for people of a wide age.
From manufacture to sale of "AOYAMA KOHAZE” with intention for real thing
366-1 Higashibuki Tambasasayama-shi Hyogo
“AOYAMA KOHAZE” has a unique fit. “AOYAMA KOHAZE” solves your concerns such as "I feel something strange with tabi when wearing a kimono” or “I want a suitable and flexible KOHAZE for me”.