A woman wearing a hood of nobility° 6°ň
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[ID] 830°°°°( ID:830 )
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[Color] color
[Size] 204x262
[Cabinet] 18-12-0
[Keyword] life/woman
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The "okosozukin "(hood) has been popular since the Kyoho era. In the Meiji era, it was used frequently to avoid the cold. The material is silk crape. The colors were steel gray, dark blue and gray for middle-aged women and purple, light purple and red for younger women.