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The Kamakura Period
- The Azuchi -Momoyama Period -
 
80 - Woman of the upper class in tsubo-shozoku (=tavel outfit) with mushi-no tareginu (= a hemp veiled sedge hat).
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1 ichime-gasa-no koji
2 mushi-no tareginu
3 kazari-himo
4 uchie
5 hitoe
6 kake-obi
7 obuto-no zori
8 kake-mamori
This is the going-out figure of the Imperial Court or an upstream samurai woman. Since "uchiki" is tucked up and the skirt is shut in this style -- -- it is called . In this style, the"kakeobi" belt which applies to a breast and connects with the back exceeding the shoulder is also applied to the hit of a breast, and straw sandals of fat strap were worn on foot. In this style, the "igasa" hat has a "karamushi", light-colored thin textiles woven by hemp yarn of fine quality, which are hung down from it. This costume, which also works as an insect repellent, is called "mushi no tareginu".