A helmet featuring long, wild hair that appears to be growing out of it, and beetle-like iron horns protruding from the front. This Tosei-gusoku armour was worn by the leader of a warlord's unit that was well-versed in military tactics.
Upper body armour comprised of iron plates attached together with rivets. The section at the front and centre is decorated with winged crests to give an impression of strength.
Gauntlets made from a hinged pair of iron plates, fixed to the arm with cord.
Waist and thigh protection made from six tassets bound with five rows of iron platelets, which hang down, providing protection for the waist from all angles.
Shino—suneate greaves made from long, thin iron plates, lined up and sewn together. The "tateage" that protect the knees are made of small iron plates stitched together like a tortoise shell.