A helmet referred to as a "suji-kabuto," it resembles the shape of a brush tip. The horn-shaped emblem and steady expression on the visor are designed to intimidate the enemy. This armour belonged to a warlord whose exploits with the spear gained him notoriety.
Body armour featuring a double—plated design with fastenings on the right side. It is made up of tiny inverted "kozane" scales. The sleeves are form—fitting "itazane" plates for high manoeuvrability, whilst still presenting the look of heavy armour.
Arm guards that have a core of light gauge iron with a tough leather covering. The light weight allows for good manoeuvrability, whilst affording protection from the elbows down over the backs of the hands. The palms are left exposed to aid in handling weapons.
This hizayoroi consists of large "haidate" aprons. The backs extend all the way down to the ankles, offering a wide area of protection. At the bottom of the aprons in the back are ornamental emblems designed to be visible even when a tabard is being worn as well.
Greases made of multiple iron plates riveted together and tied around the leg with a braid. A thin, soft layer of leather against the calves helps prevent slippage, and the portion below the ankle is protected with decorative fur and other materials.