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Nio dou gusoku, one of the rarest styles of samurai armor crafted during the Edo Period, named after the Nio Guardian figures in Japanese temples. There were a number of meanings behind this style. One being it's close association with buddhism. The dou is embossed to resemble the emaciated torso of a starving monk or old man. These are also called "gakihara dou", after the starving ghosts of buddhist hell, another example is housed in the Tokyo National Museum.

Nio dou gusoku, one of the rarest styles of samurai armor crafted during the Edo Period, named after the Nio Guardian figures in Japanese temples. There were a number of meanings behind this style. One being it's close association with buddhism. The dou is embossed to resemble the emaciated torso of a starving monk or old man. These are also called "gakihara dou", after the starving ghosts of buddhist hell, another example is housed in the Tokyo National Museum.

Yokohadigo Tosei Gusoku. Mid Edo period (16th) - 18th century. Signed: Joshu ju Saotome lenari and Ichiguchi Yoshitaka Armour from “Samouraï. Chefs-d'œuvre de la collection Ann et Gabriel Barbier-Mueller”

Yokohadigo Tosei Gusoku. Mid Edo period (16th) - 18th century. Signed: Joshu ju Saotome lenari and Ichiguchi Yoshitaka Armour from “Samouraï. Chefs-d'œuvre de la collection Ann et Gabriel Barbier-Mueller”

Ni-mai tachi do with a jinbaori worn over it.

Ni-mai tachi do with a jinbaori worn over it.

IMAGES OF OLD JAPANESE ARMOR | Samurai Armor, Japanese Armor, Samurai Helmets, Old Suits of Japanese ...

IMAGES OF OLD JAPANESE ARMOR | Samurai Armor, Japanese Armor, Samurai Helmets, Old Suits of Japanese ...

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