The Costume Museum Kyoto Japan Costume History in Japan
The Kamakura Period
- The Azuchi -Momoyama Period -
74 - Woman of the upper warrior class in formal costume
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1 sagegami hair
2 akome-ohgi fan
3 kaniararemon-ko-uchiki
4 hitoe
5 aka no uchi-bakama
6 akome-ogi fan
The fine array of "karaginu" dress of court lady completed to the middle of Heian era also became the costume of only for a special ceremony. Except serving near the side respectfully to the Emperor's close attendants, "karaginu" dress will be omitted and "omotegi" and "mo" will be excluded. In "kinu," "hitoe" and "uchiki" figure were able to wear as "hadaka-kinu" to "ko-uchiki" and "hakama" at the late Heian era. [ which piled up "hitoe" (obtaining one) ] In That it is a figure with that [ addition to ], "hitoe" excluding "kinu" in the next, and "hakama." Furthermore, at the time of a duplicate, it escaped from "hakama", and it also had the thing with "kosode." A simpler form came to be searched for, taking in the Imperial Court wind of Kyoto, after becoming the political power of the samurai of Kamakura era. This is the usual full dress in the Kamakura shogunate of the woman of the general of in the early Kamakura era, and the wife of the director general of the administrative office of the Kamakura shogunate.. It is a style which the belt with narrow width is fastened to white"kosode", and piled up "hitoe"and" uchiki" of the Imperial Court style on it. As remains of those days, there is "uchiki"and" hitoe" of Jinpo who remains in Tsuruoka Hachimangu shrine in Kamakura City of Kamakura 5 suits of. And they are national treasures. The item is following five items.