the Edo era (1600-1868), many samurai of non-grade obtained permission
and wore "nunoginu" robe. ["Nunoginu" is the clothes
made with the cloth woven with fibers, such as hemp.]
for the lord of the large domain, the common daimyo was usually
nominated as the 5th place. The
"daimon" robe differs from the one in the Middle Ages
(=Kamakura era and Muromachi era). The"hakama"tropusers
is "naga-bakama" (=long hakama) type; it is the full dress for
the inside-castle use. The
material is "nuno (=cloth)" textiles or "seiko"
textiles; its color is optional. The
"muna-himo (=chest string)" and the "sodeguri-no-o"
(=strings of armhole)" are made of silk just like the case of "hitatare"
for the family crests, 3 of them are on the upper back and 2 in front; 2
small ones are on front of the "hakama".
crest are under the "aibiki" portion, which sewed up the cloth
of both the sides of the "hakama"; one crest is on the back.
[However, one in the back is not attached in somje cases.]
(=wind bending) eboshi" formal headgear has "kake-o"
strings. The winter "kosode" garment is the "noshime
kosode" type which was worn under the full dress.
figure carries a "chiisa-gatana (=small sword)"; it has a "suehiro
(=end spreading)" fan.