Warrior in kogusoku style

Tachibana Museum

Tachibana Museum
Fukuoka-ken, Japan

Ko-gusoku is a light equipped style that was usually worn while samurai warrior was relaxing during battles. The edge of the right sleeve has a cord which is put through the opening of the sleeve to tie it up and hang it on the middle finger. For attaching the archer’s sleeve on the left arm, the left sleeve of the robe is taken off and neatly tucked into the right pocket of the robe. The hem of the robe is also tucked and tied up at the knees in order to attach the shin guards.


  • Title: Warrior in kogusoku style
  • Type: Arms & Armour

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