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.
Deer leather dofuku: This overgarment is a short, open-fronted jacket. It came into being in the Momoyama period, and was the forerunner of the modern haori. Originally, it was a merchant’s garment, but samurai began wearing it due to its comfort. It was intended as a protection against the cold or dirt of the outside, but was commonly worn indoors as well.
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.