In the good old days, tie an obi for men's Yukata means a Kaku-obi.
A Kaku-obi can be tied the same as women's Kaino-kuchi.
Put a front part of Obi lower than the back for manly style. Shift the knot of Obi from the center of your back.
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|1. Fold the 30cm length from the end of the Kaku-obi in half to make a Tesaki.
Then hold it (its opening should face toward you)
|2. Put on the Kaku-obi. You may wrap 3 times, but it is different among individuals.|
|3. Keep the tare as long as the arm, fold in the remaining to inside.
||4. Put the Tesaki down, and cover it with the Tare.
Pull the Obi to tighten.
|5. Pull the Tare and Tesaki vertically.||6. Put down the Tare and fold it inside to make pentagon shape.
Then put the Tesaki into the loop of Tare.
|7. Pull tightly, not to come loose.
Hold the Obi firmly not to spoil the shape of it.
Then adjust the shape.
(If it is difficult to understand, check Kaino-kuchi for women.)
| 8. Rotate it clockwise to move the knot on your back.
Position of the knot should be slightly right of the center of your Back.
It is finished.