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Purple-Laced Edo Period Samurai Armor, murasaki ito odoshi tsumadori haramaki. Although this haramaki was made in the Edo Period (1603-1868), it harkens back to a late Heian/Kamakura period style of armor. As there really wasn't a need for practical battlefield armor during the great peace of the Edo period, older armor styles became back in vogue, like a fashion statement for parades and ceremonies. This piece can be found at the Takatsuki Castle Ruin Historical Museum in Takatsuki, Osaka

Blue-Laced Edo Period Samurai Armor, hanada ito odoshi yoroi. Although this armor was made in the Edo Period (1603-1868), it harkens back to a 14th century style of armor. As there really wasn't a need for practical battlefield armor during the great peace of the Edo period, older armor styles became back in vogue, like a fashion statement for parades and ceremonies. This piece can be found at the Takatsuki Castle Ruin Historical Museum in Takatsuki, Osaka.

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19th Century Japanese Jingasa (Edo Period

19th Century Japanese Jingasa (Edo Period)

Jingasa.

Jingasa.

Armor (Gusoku) with Foot Guards Helmet bowl signed Saotome Iye[tada?] (Japanese, Edo period) Armorer: Breastplate inscribed inside, Myochin Munesuke (Japanese, Edo period, 1688–1735) Date: 16th and 18th century Culture: Japanese

Armor (Gusoku), Japan, Edo period 17th century Inscribed by Yukinoshita Sadalye

Armor (Gusoku), 16th and 18th centuries; Edo period Japanese Lacquered iron…