A woman dressed in junihitoe at a kimono photography experience.
A Heian lady on pilgrimage, wearing a kakemamori (懸守り) amulet about her neck, and travelling costume or tsubosōzoku: comprised of a large, veiled hat (ichimegasa), informal robe (kouchigi) and a red taboo sash (kakeobi).
新春キャンペーン☆十二単｜時代や スタッフブログ A woman dressed in junihitoe at a maiko photography experience.
This is a cypress copy of a Heian era pillow. As you can see, it has a drawer for holding an incense cup and incense box. The shop assistant at Kungyoku-do ( ahop which has sold incense and fine woods for four centuries!) told me that you would light the incense and the smoke would rift from the box, scenting your hair.