There are unique wooden clogs called "Gomen-geta"
in Nikko. Those were used as official wears of priests. Feature
of wooden clogs is that front tooth is put on the point, while the
back tooth is put on the tail end. However, ordinary teeth are put
closer to the center.
Sole of the clogs was reformed for general public use in the middle
of Meiji period. That is called Nikko-geta. The feature is that
bamboo sheath is knitted into the insole, clog thong is thick, there
is only one hole for the thong in front and other two knots are
sawn on the side.