A hood made from silk, it covers all but the eyes, so while it hides the wearer's expression, it does not affect their vision. This Tosei—gusoku armour was favoured by officers with a gift for devising strategies.
Waist and thigh protection, this "okegawado" was later modified into double—plated armour. This Tosei—gusoku armour was favoured by officers with a gift for devising strategies.
Gauntlets made by layering scale–like plates, with sharpened fingertips.
Waist and thigh protection made by layering thinly cut hemp over traditional pants. Though not offering a lot of protection, their lightness allows for ease of movement.
Greaves made by joining together hardened, iron plates and fixing them with cord.