kamishimo

(from the article `dress`) ...suo, a crested linen robe designed for everyday wear, were characterized by V-shaped necklines accentuated by inner-robe neckbands of white. ...
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Kamishimo

A kamishimo is a Japanese, sleeveless, short jacket, very wide at the shoulders, that folds at the waist and forms part of the traditional costume of the Samurai.
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Kamishimo

Formal samurai attire consisting of a KIMONO, HAKAMA, and KATAGINU. During the Edo Period, kamishimo become more
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Kamishimo

Worn by samurai and court men, the outfit consists of a formal kimono, hakama, and a sleeveless top with exaggerated shoulders (supported by bamboo strips and usually lined with paper) called a kataginu
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