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History of Kimono, Part 3: The Medieval Period (Kamakura through Azuchi-Momoyama Periods)

An example of a classy Muromachi Period lady, wearing a katsugu on her head and a patterned narrow obi.

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62 plate suji bachi kabuto (helmet), go-mai okegawa tatehagi do / dou (cuirass) gusoku, kabuto by Myochin Yoshihisa, Muromachi period (16th century), the armor Edo period (18th century).

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Ue no Hakama (Trousers) with Hailstone Medallions on Checkered Futaeori (Self-Patterning and Supplementary Weft Floats) Ground (Sacred Treasure from Asuka Shrine), Muromachi Period, Kyoto National Museum

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A white jinbaori with a cross design Late Muromachi period (16th century) The fabric of the surcoat of alternating black and white felt, cut individually and joined by silk fuse gumi (joining threads) in decorative patterns to give the appearance of a solid piece of felt, the black and white crests of crosses in a circle, with matching gilded copper buttons carved on a nanako ground 34 1/4in (87.5cm) long

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Rakan 羅漢図. Unidentified Artist. 16th century. Period: Muromachi period (1336–1573). Date: 15th–16th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Hanging scroll; ink, color, gold, and cut gold on silk.

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Soga Shohaku (1730–1781) distinguished himself from his contemporaries by using the brush style of the earlier Muromachi period. Japan

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