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Tabard | Japan | mid 18th-early 19th century | Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

Tabard | Japan | mid 18th-early 19th century | Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum

Japanese coin armor, a form of tatami (foldable) armor constructed with coins sewn to a leather backing, detail view.

Japanese coin armor, a form of tatami (foldable) armor constructed with coins sewn to a leather backing, detail view.

A white jinbaori with a cross design Late Muromachi period (16th century) The fabric of the surcoat of alternating black and white felt, cut individually and joined by silk fuse gumi (joining threads) in decorative patterns to give the appearance of a solid piece of felt, the black and white crests of crosses in a circle, with matching gilded copper buttons carved on a nanako ground 34 1/4in (87.5cm) long

A white jinbaori with a cross design Late Muromachi period century)

Dyed wood armour surcoat (jimbaori).Edo Period, A campaign coat (jimbaori) of red felt with a Mitsu-Tomoe crest (mon) in white wool on the back. British Museum.

Edo Period, A campaign coat (jimbaori) of red felt with a Mitsu-Tomoe crest (mon) in white wool on the back.

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