Shinden-zukuri was the favored style of architecture for a noble’s estate in the Heian period. A typical estate was single-story, raised off the ground on wooden pillars, and floored with wooden planks. Shinden-zukuri architecture has not survived; however, the Genji Spring Palace display at the Fûzoku Hakubutsukan is a reconstructed scale model estate created from descriptions in the Tale of Genji.
古都ふらり 観光名所 （下京区）
A junihitoe color combination.
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kazuki-sugata (on-head-wearing) of costume. Another uchigi was worn up above the first one, over the head. Kind of like a Heian version of hoodie or head-shawl? This was worn when traveling by noble & samurai women. Similar to the tsubo-shouzoku and I believe may have been sometimes worn atop it. from http://www.iz2.or.jp/fukushoku/f_disp.php?page_no=0000083
Japanese court dress from the Asuka era through modern times.
院政時代の公家女房晴れの装い http://kakitutei.gozaru.jp "A Court Lady In Formal Costume, later Heian period, Insei Era"
heian style sleeping court lady 風俗博物館展示 ２００８年 ４、女房の局（つぼね）#heian #heiankyo I've been sleeping right this whole time yay!