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As may be expected, the basic clothing item in a samurai's 'everyday' The Edo Period was an extremely status-conscious time in Japanese history and

In the Edo period, hair styles, clothing, speech mannerisms, and tools people use, were roughly settled according to sex, social status, age,

5 Apr 2005 During most of the Edo Period, Japan was closed off to the world, range of uses relating to food, clothing and shelter in the past.

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Float of women in period dress, Parade of women in traditional clothing Pair of women in Edo-period dress, Man dressed as Oda Nobunaga

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26 Dec 2010 Japanese Samurai Clothing (1800's )from the edo period 1800's from fukuoka japan has clan crest on it small burn hole on pants and smalls

Tokugawa period, also called Edo period, (1603–1867), the final period of period: dress and adornment, as discussed in inro (clothing accessory):

6 Apr 2009 I picked up a pattern for Hakamas- and it said in the 1600's it was Hmm. I' ve never heard of women wearing them in that period,

The Costume Museum. Costume History of in Japan. The Edo Period; Court lady in formal dress at the early stage of Edo era.

- The potentially seditious nature of dress and fashion during the Edo period was reflected in a startling number of repressive edicts involving clothing,

24 Mar 2004 In the Edo period, those wearing the ikan began wearing sashiko instead of Literally, “raifuku” means “ceremonial clothing,” and it is

During the Edo period, also called the Tokugawa period, the administration of the country was shared by over two hundred daimyō in a federation governed by

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24 Mar 2004 In the Edo period, those wearing the ikan began wearing sashiko instead of Literally, “raifuku” means “ceremonial clothing,” and it is

The clothing of the Edo Period (1601-1867 A.D.) is what the modern person would think of when asked about traditional Japanese clothing.

Japan, Edo Period (1615-1868) / Demon (in Pilgrim's Clothing) Playing: 'Oni Nembutsu' / 1615-1868.

Historians specializing in period clothing tell us that the name kimono came to of the merchant class during the subsequent Edo period (1601-1867 A.D.),

29 Oct 2010 Traditional clothing of the Edo period, (1600-1868), included the kimono and obi as we know them today. The obi did not, however,

The building block for all traditional Japanese clothing, regardless of class, begins with the Kimono. By the Edo Period, this had become an outer garment

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