A woman wearing a hood of nobility° 2°ň
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[Keyword] life/woman
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An "okosozukin" is a square scarf for the head with string bands for the ears. It is shaped like a kimono sleeve and so was also called sodezukin (sleeve scarf for the head) . The face came out from the sleeve entrance, and the part for the head was folded, the left and right were turned and fixed in turn, and then the head, neck and shoulders were covered. It was mainly used to avoid the cold in winter.