heian style sleeping court lady 風俗博物館展示 ２００８年 ４、女房の局（つぼね）
heian travelling costume - closeup. yellow is hitoe. more photos at http://kakitutei.gozaru.jp/kyoto04fe/monomoude1.html seems to be same costume from here http://pinterest.com/pin/25192079138354810/
junihitoe is an extremely elegant and highly complex kimono that was only worn by court-ladies in Japan. Literally translated, it means "twelve-layer robe". The older term, still used by scholars but not widely recognised in mainstream Japan, is Karaginu Mo . This is in reference to its Chinese coat (Karaginu) and apron-like train (Mo), the defining parts of the costume.