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Yoroi hakama (armored pants), brocade cloth with kikko armor attached to the thigh area. These are short pants (ko-bakama), the addition of kikko armor would make these "kikko kobakama".

Yoroi hakama (armored pants), brocade cloth with kikko armor attached to the thigh area. These are short pants (ko-bakama), the addition of kikko armor would make these "kikko kobakama".

Recent posts by Nihon-No-Katchu Samurai Armour Forum, kogake (armored foor coverings).

Recent posts by Nihon-No-Katchu Samurai Armour Forum, kogake (armored foor coverings).

鉄錆地山道頭鋲綴二枚胴 Tetsu sabiji yamamichi gashira byotoji 2maido

鉄錆地山道頭鋲綴二枚胴 Tetsu sabiji yamamichi gashira byotoji 2maido

Tetsu kawa maze kuro urushi nuri hon kozane ni-mai dou gusoku, detailed view of the kote showing the hidden container in an open position.

Tetsu kawa maze kuro urushi nuri hon kozane ni-mai dou gusoku, detailed view of the kote showing the hidden container in an open position.

Domaru Armor Laced   with Black Leather Thongs and Purple Red and White Cords. This armor is composed of alternately arranged black-lacquered leather and iron kozane scales. The upper part of the body and the shoulders are laced with purple, red, and white cords, and the lower part is laced with black leather thongs.

Domaru Armor Laced with Black Leather Thongs and Purple Red and White Cords. This armor is composed of alternately arranged black-lacquered leather and iron kozane scales. The upper part of the body and the shoulders are laced with purple, red, and white cords, and the lower part is laced with black leather thongs.

hara-ate karuta tatami dou.

hara-ate karuta tatami dou.

Jinbaroi Vest with Bird and Animal Designs,  Silk, tapestry weave, Momoyama Period (16th Century)  (Kodai-ji Temple, Kyoto). Kyoto National Museum. It was reportedly owned by Regent Toyotomi Hideyoshi and has been preserved through time by Kodai-ji Temple. The textile may originally have been a carpet made in Kashan in Persia. The design of a lion attacking his prey is a traditional motifs in Persian carpets. Such carpets were imported into Japan by Portuguese ships in the Momoyama Period.

Jinbaroi Vest with Bird and Animal Designs, Silk, tapestry weave, Momoyama Period (16th Century) (Kodai-ji Temple, Kyoto). Kyoto National Museum. It was reportedly owned by Regent Toyotomi Hideyoshi and has been preserved through time by Kodai-ji Temple. The textile may originally have been a carpet made in Kashan in Persia. The design of a lion attacking his prey is a traditional motifs in Persian carpets. Such carpets were imported into Japan by Portuguese ships in the Momoyama Period.

Tetsu kuro Urushi nuri so-fukurin suji bachi kabuto, tetsu kawa maze kuro urushi nuri hon kozane ni-mai dou gusoku.

Tetsu kuro Urushi nuri so-fukurin suji bachi kabuto, tetsu kawa maze kuro urushi nuri hon kozane ni-mai dou gusoku.

Dobuku Coat with Tsujigahana Designs of Paulowinas,   Arrows and Sliding Doors . Momoyama period (16th Century)  Important Cultural Property  IK 430 . All designs are rendered on a white ground with the painstaking, tsujigahana method of tie-dyeing. No supplemntary painting or printing has been added. This spectacular work is evidence of the bold confidence artists had in the Golden Age of Tsujigahana. Kyoto National Museum

Dobuku Coat with Tsujigahana Designs of Paulowinas, Arrows and Sliding Doors . Momoyama period (16th Century) Important Cultural Property IK 430 . All designs are rendered on a white ground with the painstaking, tsujigahana method of tie-dyeing. No supplemntary painting or printing has been added. This spectacular work is evidence of the bold confidence artists had in the Golden Age of Tsujigahana. Kyoto National Museum

Hon kozane maru dou (chest armor with true individual small scales, no hinge). Edo period samurai lamellar armor constructed with hundreds of individually laced nerigawa (rawhide) hon kozane (small scales). This is a maru dou (no hinge), this type of construction make a very flexible armor which conforms to the shape of the wearer.

Hon kozane maru dou (chest armor with true individual small scales, no hinge). Edo period samurai lamellar armor constructed with hundreds of individually laced nerigawa (rawhide) hon kozane (small scales). This is a maru dou (no hinge), this type of construction make a very flexible armor which conforms to the shape of the wearer.

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