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 (early 19th century) The component parts lacquered black and laced in blue with white and orange highlights, the lames covered in leather lacquered black, comprising a sixty-two plate koboshi kabuto mounted with a five stage gilt-copper, copper and shakudo tehen kanamono, the mabizashi mounted with stenciled leather and gilt-copper fukurin, the four lame shikoro ending in extended fukigaeshi applied with stenciled leather, the bowl fitted with a gold
Domaru Armor with Dark Blue Lacing, Helmet and Wide Arm-Protectors, Muromachi Period (16th Century) (Kenkun Shrine, Kyoto) , Kyoto National Museum. 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. This armor has many aspects of classic domaru armor, but the twelve-sectioned kusazuri skirt and the small shikoro neck-protectors are unique characteristics of armor made in the late-Muromachi Period.
A red lacquer armor with a fine menpo Edo period (18th century) Laced in blue with white and orange highlights, with a sixty-two plate russet iron suji kabuto with a three stage gilt-copper tehen kanamono, fitted with a five-lame shikoro with large fukigaeshi decorated with gold Tachibana family crests, the bowl mounted with a gold lacquer two-piece kuwagata style maedate
- 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 black lacquer armor with an impressive standard Edo period (18th century) Laced in blue with white and orange trim and comprising a russet-iron sixty-two plate suji kabuto with a single iron shinodare running down the front plate and with a five-lame gilt-copper and shakudo tehen kanamono, the mabizashi fitted with a shakudo fukurin, the bowl fitted with a five-lame shikoro ending in fukigaeshi applied with stenciled leather, fusegumi and trimmed with gilt-copper fukurin,