warrior in the photo wears a "samurai-eboshi (=head gear )"
and a "hitatare" kimono which were saamurai's daily wear of
those days. "
Unlike "enryoes", such as "ho"and" kariginu"
etc. which were the Imperial Court wears, this kimono serves as "suiryo."
As for it, the popular dress of ordinary people was its original style.
the upper and lower sides, this kimono is "retsu", white, "munahimo",
and a "musubi-kikutoji" is attached to the waist part of "hakama"
warrior in the photo wears the "sodekuguri-no-o," attached to
the sleeve, which shows his status. He
has a waist sword, and a long sword to which "sarute" (=ape's
hand) of a samurai style is attached, and then the fan and wears leather
"hitatare" does not show its "sodekuguri-no-tsuyu"
outside, but is preserved to the inner side. The
form out of which only the end comes to the bottom of a sleeve is
time of being in a battlefield is the time when it is a formal array
which "chozugake-no-kakeo" is attached to "eboshi"
is usually stopped by "koyui."