The Heian PeriodYoung daughter of the noble family in formal dress called "kazami."
Young girl in everyday wear called "kazami."
Courtier in regular court dress, ikan: ho (=outer robe) and sashinuki
(=divided long skirt or trousers)
Courtier of the side of Emperor in regular court dress "ikan." The dress's
color is green, and the green is called "kikujin". This is permited from Emperor.
Court lady in semiformal costumes known as "itsutsu-ginu kouchiki":
"kouchiki (=little cloak)" over "itsutsu-ginu (=robes) and "naga-bakama
Coutier in everyday wear, "kariginu."
Court lady in everyday wear for winter with "kouchiki (=robe)" and
"naga-bakama (=long divided skirt)."
Court lady in everyday wear for summer season.
Court lady's everyday wear for summer at Insei period in latter term of Heian era.
Courtier in Shinto ceremonial robe, "jo-e."
Imperial guard in regular uniform, "kachi-e."
Costume for the chief dancer of "kagura," sacred Shito music and dancing.
A dancer in "aozuri" (printed by green color) uniform, who playshinto-dance called Azumaasobi (Playing in the east.)
Buddhist priest in ceremonial vestment.
With ho-mo (=robe) and shichijo-gesa (=seven-paneled Buddhist surplice).
Buddhist priest in formal vestment.
With donjiki (=robe) and gojo-gesa (=five-paneled Buddhist surplice).
Buddhist Prince in regular vestment: kyutai (=robe) and gojo-gesa.
Buddhist monk in ceremonial robe, soken and gojo-gesa.
Bugaku court dance costume for "Manzairaku."
Bugaku court dance costume for "Ryo-o (=King Lion)."
Bugaku court dance costume for "Tagyuraku."
Bugaku court dance costume for "Hassen (=the Eight Saints at the Konlon Mountains)."
Bugaku court dance costume for "Taiheiraku."
Bugaku court dance costume for "Kocho (=butterfly)."
Bugaku court dance costume for "Karyobin."
Buddist monk performing a Dengaku dance.
Shirabyoshi dancer or a woman dance in male attire; with the eboshi cap and a sword.
Shirabyoshi dancer or a woman dancer in male attire with an up-swept hairdo.
Coutesan of the Heian Era
Commoner in everyday wear, hitatare.
Commoner in everyday wear: kosode and shibiradatsumono (=wrapping skirt).
Buddhist monk in motsuke robe for missionary tour.
Buddhist monk-soldier with kato food.
Young boy of the upper class in everyday wear, suikan.
Young courtier's boy in semiformal dress, hanjiri, like men's kariginu.
Hoben (police officer) in suikan uniform.
Warrior general in oyoroi armor.
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