Dō-maru, circa 1550, iron, lacquer, leather, silk, gilt copper, wt. 23 lb. 9 oz. (10.7 kg), this armor is believed to have been given by Date Masamune (died 1636), one of the most famous daimyo (lords) of his time, to a high-ranking samurai in his service, Shiraishi Bungo, gift of Bashford Dean 1914, Met Museum.
Kunio Okawara / 大河原 邦男 cosplaying 相馬藩副軍師 (Strategist from Soma clan?) in a junior high school. He is a famous mecha anime designer
Haramaki Gusoku. Edo period (19th century)The armor comprising a twenty-eight-plate black-lacquered suji-kabuto (ridged helmet bowl) of round archaic form with a large archaic tehen-no-ana (aperture at the crown where the plates meet), surrounded by a three-tiered gilt hachimanza (decorative fixture at the tehen-no-ana), the expansive mabisashi (brim) leather-clad and with a gilt fukurin (edging), the maedate (forecrest) of two flat gilt horns in a fixture engraved with waves.