A simple helmet with a ridged appearance, and "shikoro" neck plates. The large centipede—like insect on the front is said to symbolise the act of always pushing forward in battle. Part of a traditional armour set known as Tosei—gusoku in Japanese, this armour was worn by a unit made of extremely large and powerful warriors. Assembled by a warlord looking to bolster his military strength, the fighters were equipped with odachi and used brute force to overwhelm their enemies.
Upper body armour made with tough iron plates in the Yukinoshita style. It is fastened to the body with a clasp located underneath the right armpit.
"Moro—gote" gauntlets made from iron plates that are almost as thick as those used in the set's sleeve armour. They are designed to allow for freedom of movement around the elbow.
Tough, durable waist and thigh armour made from six—layered iron plates which hang down from the waist. It is held together with chestnut—coloured thread.
Greaves utilising broad iron plates connected vertically, while the backs feature leather attached via cords. An extended front plate provides protection above the knees.