Päärakennusten sivuilla on suuret kuistit, jotka voi sulkea tai jättää avoimeksi ulkoilmaan.
Jidai Matsuri: portrayal of Tomoe Gozen (1157 - 1247 AD) wife of General Kiso Yoshinaka who, legend has it, fought by her husband's side in armor; picture by Ben Adelaide
Heian Era Court Garb
Japanese culture 12. to 14. century
Keisarin palatsin vartioston asu.
Maiko Child's photo stream: Gorgeous Geisha in stunning Aqua.
A "kuwagata (=hoe-shaped)" ornament is attached on the helmet as a "maedate" (=front ornament) particularly. A "sode" (=protector for shoulder and elbow) and "kusazuri" (=protector for the lower abdomen and the thigh) are attached to the armor.
Heian Period Japan (平安 794~1185)
I have found a lot of sites that delineate how it is worn, what exactly it looks like, and even someone who made one entirely from scratch just by looking ...
Coutesan of the Heian Era
In the Momoyama period, gaudy color and clashing clothing were typical of the Japanese culture. They were made popular by Toyotomi Hideyoshi.