Meijin Colored Karate Belts.


Meijin Colored Karate Belts: These belts are made exclusively for our company. They feature multiple  lines of precise stitching, over a laminated cotton/felt core, covered by the highest quality 100% cotton cover. We offer them in the following colors: black, blue, brown, orange, green, purple, red, yellow and white.

Meijin Custom Belt Embroidery.
Any type of belt can be embroidered, and they all look really great when done well.  Use the selection boxes below to design your custom belt! If y0u don’t need custom embroidery, please select the size and color of your belt and jump straight to the “Add to cart” box!

Names we should embroider on your Meijin belt.

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Embroidery Design

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Calligraphy Color

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Meijin Colored Karate Belts.

While competitively priced, these are not by any means low quality belts but the very best of their type on the market. The materials we use are high quality and the stitching accurate and evenly spaced. Let us translate your name into Japanese and embroider it onto your belt. The cost is modest, delivery is rapid, and you will have an object of value that will give you lasting satisfaction! (Please see the example of the embroidered blue belt here.)

Additional information

Weight.5 lbs
Dimensions12 × 2.5 × 2.5 in
Belt Size

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Belt Color

White, yellow, orange, red, blue, purple, green, brown, black

A Short History of Belt Colors

According to the Kodokan Judo Academy in Tokyo, the history of coloured belts for different grades or ability levels was started by Jigoro Kano (1860 -1938) Sensei, the founder of modern Judo.
Kano Sensei, in his youth, studied Kito-Ryu jujutsu. Later, by absorbing techniques from other schools such as Yoshin Ryu, he created Judo (柔道) as a physical activity for all people, from Yawara, the ancient samurai unarmed method of violently subduing an enemy.
When he was a student, instructors wore strong jackets decorated with diagonal lines of stitching similar to a modern kendo jacket. The colour and sometimes the degree of elaboration of the stitching would distinguish the instructors rank and experience.
Kanos idea was to create an art that everyone could practise regardless of income, social status, or gender. Buying expensive new training jackets at every promotion was beyond many people, so he substituted a coloured belt to denote the wearers ability.

Japanese Belt Embroidery

Please place your order for the type, size and color of belt that you would like in your shopping cart. Then got to our embroidery designs section and chose your embroidery.A little while after that please call us on 818-889-3856 and discuss your order with one of our embroiderers who, by that time, may have questions for you. Every custom embroidered belt is uniquely yours so we want to make sure that we can create exactly what you envisaged!