A helmet featuring long silver fur as well as long, horn—like protrusions on either side, it conjures up the image of a demon in the minds of onlookers. The wild hair was not only for decorative purposes, it also served as protection for the kabuto—mino skullcap. This Tosei—gusoku armour was worn by Ishida Mitsunari, who served as an advisor to Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Mitsunari loyally supported the Toyotomi even after Hideyoshi's death, and wore this armour during the Battle of Sekigahara, which would turn out to be Mitsunari's final battle.
Upper body armour consisting of iron plates attached together with rivets. Gold—plated, it is worthy of a general.
Gauntlets made from a hinged pair of iron plates. Entirely gold—plated down to the hands and wrists, they are worthy of a general.
Waist and thigh protection made from gold—plated iron platelets bound together with five layers of thread, making them worthy of a general.
Greaves made with a single iron plate struck into a cylindrical shape. The "tateage" knee protectors are gold—plated, making them worthy of a general.