This is a pair of women's outdoor summer sandals, or zori. The zori are made of straw with dark rubber soles, and have v-shaped thonged straps with a striped pattern. The sandals have a floral pattern in faded turquoise and lavender embroidered on the top and symbols of pine, bamboo, and plum on the soles. The zori used to be part of a set with geta (wooden sandals) and tabi (socks).
Zori sandals are traditional Japanese footwear that are flat and have a thong strap. They are typically made of straw, cloth, lacquered wood, leather, or synthetic materials. They are similar to flip-flops (which first appeared as rubber imitations of zori) and are worn with traditional clothing, particularly with formal kimono, though modern zori are also worn in the summertime.