An armor with a hotoke do Edo period (19th century) The helmet constructed of eight plates, conical in form and lacquered smooth with nine rows of domed rivet heads over plum-blossom washers, on the front a horizontal peak above which is a half-moon maedate in gilt leather, the shikoro of six-lame Hineno-style terminating in small fukigaeshi with small gilt crests of birds within bamboo
A black lacquer armor Edo period (late 18th century) Laced in white, blue and green with orange highlights and comprising a sixty-four plate russet-iron suji kabuto adorned with a five-stage gilt-copper tehen kanamono, the mabizashi and fukigaeshi edged with gilt-copper fukurin carved with scrolling vines, the bowl fitted with a five-lame shikoro with stenciled leather and silvered bamboo heraldic crests applied to the fukugaeshi, the maedate a circular gilt-copper bamboo-leaf heraldic crest
Domaru Armor with Dark Blue Lacing, Helmet and Wide Arm-Protectors.Domaru-style armor was worn by foot soldiers. This style of armor encircles the soldier's body with the edges and is fastened on the right side. Unlike the oyoroi-style armor used by officers, domaru armor was relatively easy to wear; the kusazuri skirts were divided into at least five sections to allow freedom of movement of the legs and hips.
- Hineno-style Kabuto. Edo period (18th-19th century) A red-lacquered five-plate Hineno-style zunari (head-shaped) kabuto, five-tier shikoro of itazane lacquered red in simulation of wrinkled leather, small fukigaeshi, the maedate (forecrest) of gilt wood in the form of a long-horned demonic shishi ./tcc/
A suit of armor with a russet-iron mogami do Edo period (18th century) Laced in white and black with blue and orange highlights and comprising an eighteen-plate russet-iron sujji kabuto surmounted with three-stage tehen kanamono and fitted with a five-lame close-fitting shikoro ending in fukigaeshi trimmed in gilt-copper fukurin and applied with circular gilt-copper heraldic crests on a black-leather ground, the maedate a large gold-lacquer crescent moon;
Domaru Armor with Light Blue Lacing, Helmet and Wide Arm Protectors, Edo period, Important Cultural Property of Japan 縹糸威胴丸 兜・大袖付 重要文化財
A black lacquer armor with a Myochin-school helmet and menpo The helmet by Muneharu, Edo period (1615-1868), dated 1862, the menpo by Muneyuki, Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century