Hakama is a Japanese traditional wear to cover from the waist to the legs. It was born during Yayoi era thousands years ago as a primitive type, then it was weared by men during Edo era mostly by Samurai as formal dress. Now it is weared by women by “Miko” shrine maiden, “Kyudoka” Japanese archer, University students especially at the graduation ceremony.
Terunomiya, from Japanese Imperial Family
“Miko” Shrine Maiden
“Kyudoka” Japanese archer
This is Kimono, not Hakama.
This is Hakama, you see the difference.
You may borrow Hakama at the Hotel Kanyo as an option.
Please try Japanese tradition.