However, instead of wearing the full dress, the nobles wore "ko-uchiki" in piles on the "hitoe" and "itsutsu-ginu".
"Kouchiki" of modern times of Japan is the same type as "uchiki.
Modern "kouchiki" is a dress made by the "mie" cut which attached "betsuretsu" called "nakabe" between the outer material and lining cloth.
Nontheless, "kouchiki of the last period in Heian era was considered that its dress length was somewhat short.
The composite figure in the photo shows "itsutsu-ginu kouchiki," the semiformal costume for court ladies.