A Tang crown—style helmet adorned in the rear with the leaf of an iris, a flower revered by warriors. Its shape is meant to intimidate all who lay eyes on it. Part of a traditional armour set known as Tosei—gusoku in Japanese, this armour is said to have belonged to Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who, after starting out as a poor villager, ascended to the position of shogun and eventually came to rule over the entire country, earning himself the title of the Unifier of the Warring States. Hideyoshi, who had previously served as a retainer to the Oda clan, dominated the competition for the top position after Nobunaga's death, and his victory led to him being called the Child of the Sun. The full set of armour includes Hideyoshi's beloved extravagant tabard known as "Fuji Goshinka Monkuro Kirasha."
Upper body armour made of thick steel plates coated in black lacquer and lavishly tied together with crimson thread. It consists of front and rear plates hinged under the arms.
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Lower body armour that consists of lightweight raft—shaped thigh guards. Its tassets are held k, together with crimson, white, and yellow thread.
Greases consisting of small plates bound together like a bamboo blind. Wearing them with thin leather socks allows them to easily form to the shape of the wearer's shins.