"mizu-goromo" robe is one of the dresses used for Noh.
sleeve where The "mizu-goromo" robe is large is attached.
its body length is to a position of the knees and there is no patten on
is the special dress which appeared in in the Muromachi era.
player wears a "mizu-goromo (=water clothes)" robe over a "kosode
(=a cuff being narrow)" dress in the "kinagshi (=kimono
without belt)" style. It
is a popular style. The
Noh player in the photo wears a "sunboshi" cap.
a "mizugoromo" robe over a "kosode" dress and a
white "ohguchi-bakama." In
this case, it is made into the form of appearance of a Buddhist priest
in both cases. Although
a "kesa" surplice may be worn in the case of appearance of a
Buddhist priest, but in the other cases it may not be worn.
popular "mizu-goromo" robe was called "ami-e" by the
people of Ji sect when walking every place to recite the name of Buddha.
a monk's robe, this is sublimated and is developed.
same meaning, it came to be used also for Noh, which was set to a
samurai's official ceremonial play from popular entertainments.
robe in the form of a Buddhist priest with a "sun-boshi"cap, a"
kosode"dress, a " ohguchi-bakama" is often worn by the