The Edo PeriodCourt lady in formal dress at the early stage of Edo era.
Woman of the upper class in kosode (=short-sleeved kimono) of Keicho period
Commoner in Kosode (short-sleeved kimono) of the early Edo era.
Commoner in kosode (short-sleeved kimono) of Genroku (1688-1704) or the middle Edo era
Daimyo (domain lord) in ceremnial costume, naga-hitatare
Warrior of high rank in ceremonial costume; kariginu robe and sashinuki trousers.
Daimyo (domain lord) in ceremonial costume; daimon (crested formal robe) and naga-bakama trousers.
Warrior in ceremonial costume, suoh.
Warrior in ceremonial costume; kataginu (=sleeveless jacket) and naga-bakama trousers, popularly known as kamishimo dress.
A teacher of tea-ceremony in ceremonial costume at Shogun's castle.
Courtier (civilian attendant) in ceremonial costume (sokutai) for winter
Courtier (military officer) in sokutai (ceremonial costume) for summer.
Japanese ancient football costume and the football
Court lady in formal dress
Court lady in everyday wear: kosode (short-sleeved kimono) and ogoshibakama (skirt-trousers)
Woman of the upper class in formal costume, Koshimaki in Ohoku (the shogunate harem).
Picture scroll illustrating the regular annual events held by the common people in the Edo era.
Commoner in kamiko haori (=paper coat)
A citizen attire an undergarment made of paper.
Young unmarried woman at the nobility in full dress in private.
Married woman of the nobility in a walking dress.
A selected woman who serves on dinner for the Emperor
Ko-dohbuku for daimyo (=domain lord) or courtier, worn as everyday wear.
Komusoh or a Zen priest of Fuke sect with a sedge hood and a shakuhachi (=bamboo flute)
Buddhist monk in a traveling outfit; jikitotsu (=robe), kesa-bunko (=bag), and ajirogasa (=hat)
Tea ceremonial master in a uniform, Juttoku.
Shibaraku, one of the representative in Kabuki, a Japanese ancient play.
Kahohmono, a wealthy person in Noh-kyohgen, an ancient drama.
Tarokaja, a first servant in an ancient drama called Noh-kyohgen.
Shimabara Tayu, a most high class prostitute in Shimabara, Kyoto.
Geisha in summer kimono.
Komachi-odori, a popular dance in Kyoto, performed by beautiful girls.
Woman wearing a sode-zukin hood.
Fuji-musume or Wisteria maiden of Ohtsue which are the folk-paintings by unknown artisans.
A couple of dolls of the girls' festical in life-size at Kyohoh period which is the middle Edo era.
A doll of the Bunraku puppet show
A quilt like garment of the Edo era.
Kosode kimopno or a summjer clothes is the latter Edo era.
Commoner wearing a hikimawashi-kappa (cloak for travel).
Commoner in a han-gappa (coat for rtravel).
A fighter samurai in a chain undergarment and a simple helmet.
The fire dress of samurai or warrior.
The fire dress of commoner.
Daimyo (domain lord) in yoroi hitatare and jinbaori (vest).
A bride in a pure white dress.
A wedding dress of a young woman of an upper class marchant.
Young married commoner in kosode.
A typotical fashion of city dwellers' wife knotting her sash on her belly.
A young housemaid in a common family.
Old hair styles for women (miniature).
Small bags for ladies.
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