A helmet with a bowl shaped in the image of a crown worn by Ming dignitaries. It is adorned with the Iris lactea flower and the sword—shaped leaf of the iris. Part of a traditional armour set known as Tosei—gusoku in Japanese, this armour is said to have belonged to Toyotomi Hideyori after he succeeded Toyotomi Hideyoshi at Osaka Castle as ruler of the land. It resembles the armour worn by Hideyoshi and gets its name from its radiant design, which resembles that of the rising sun. The bright silver steel with white threading gives the armour an air of nobility and envelopes those who wear it in an empyreal light. Its construction is befitting of the leader of the Toyotomi clan, however it was not as commanding when worn by Hideyori, as he was merely a puppet of Yodogimi.
Upper body armour featuring a double—plated design and adorned with white lacings. Its simple strapping, though time—consuming, affords the armour its trademark brilliance.
Gauntlets made from many small, thin interlocking bamboo plates. The fasteners not only aid in securing them to the wearer, but also make removal easier.
Waist and thigh protection held together with white and purple straps and featuring five layers of tassets on the raft—shaped thigh guards.
Greaves made from long, thin metal plates that are lightweight yet sturdy. Though their design differs from the gauntlets of this set, their fasteners also aid in removal.