the yamahoshi, a monk warrier wearing a "kato" hood on his
head (on page 69), Ushiwakamaru who fights back to him on Gojo-ohashi
Bridge was reproduced here. [Minamoto
no Yoshitsune (1159-89) was called Ushiwakamaru in his childhood.
Minamoto no Yoshitsune is a younger bother of Minamoto no Yoritomo
(1147-99), the founder of the Kamakura Shogunate (1192-1333). Musashibo
Benkei (?-1189) is a legendary monk soldier who became a loyal retainer
of Yoshitsune.] The
hairstyle is "sagegami," straightly-lowered hair.
He puts "suikan"
into "kukuri-bakama" of "sugo."
he wears a "kinu" (="ho" =upper garment), and hides
his head. Furthermore,
he has "kawahori-ogi" (=paper fan) with five ribs in his hand,
carries a long sword at the waist and is jumping on a "giboshi"
cap attached to the railing of the bridge. Although
the"suikan" was originally the everyday wear of lower class
warriors, it became the dress of upper class children around those days.
the"suikan" is the same type as "kariginu", a string
is attached to "kubikami" (=around-the-neck-part of "suikan"),
and it makes the "suikan" join together, and is put into "kukuri-bakama."
seams of front "okumi", the seams of body and sleeves on the
back, and the seams of " oku-sode", and the seams of"
hire-sode (=fin sleeve)", some pieces of silk "kikutoji"
are attached. Its
"sode-kuguri (=opening end of sleeve)" was made like the form