A black hat made from cloth. Yamabushi ascetic monks are said to have worn it to keep noxious mountain mist at bay. These monks lived in the mountains and partook in harsh spiritual training.
A vestment also known as a "suzukake." It was favoured by Yamabushi ascetic monks and worn in tandem with a pom—pommed sash.
They are designed to protect the hands during training, and attach to the hand via a ring around the middle finger.
Pants with a strip of fur around the lower back known as a "hisshiki." Their shape sets them apart from other hakama.
Straw sandals comprising eight knots, earning them the nickname "yatsume waraji," meaning "eight—knot sandals." They were worn by Yamabushi ascetic monks who lived in the mountains and partook in harsh spiritual training.