Mitsu-Kuwagata Maetate Kabuto Okegawa-Do Nimai Gusoku Yoroi
HACHI-KEN SUJI-BACHI STYLE KABUTO & MITSU-KUWAGATA (THREE HOE-SHAPED CREST) FRONT CREST
Kabuto helmet features a lacquered iron hachi-ken suji-bachi style that is an eight-plate ribbed bowl and dignified Mitsu-kuwagata(three hoe-shaped crest) front crest. Chrysanthemum-shaped top grommet is made of brass. And Menpo faceguard features four kozane (lacquered iron plates) on Nodowa (bevor). Shikoro (neck guard) also features four kozane (lacquered iron plates).
Sengoku style Yokohagi Okegawa Nimaido
This Yoroi features the traditional Yokohagi Okegawa Nimaido, that is horizontal barrel type which consists of two plates, based on the late Muromachi Okegawa Do which was very popular in the Sengoku civil war era.Two brass rings on the front are added for the simple decoration. Spaulders called Sode is made of six kozane.
Kote & Tekko
Vambraces called Kote consists of six lacquered iron slats(Shino) on beautiful brocade with chainmail.Tekko gauntlets are made of lacquered embossed irons linked to Kote with chain mail.
Kusazuri & Haidate
Kusazuri consists of six tassets and each tasset is made of five kozane. Haidate features two cuisses of 40 kozane.
A pair of greaves called Suneate features seven slats with chain mail attached on beautiful brocade.
All kozane lacing is made with cotton cord. A luxurious storage/display box is included with the armor.