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Japanese History: Age of Samurai: Nov. 19, 2015

Scenes in and Around the Capital (Rakuchu Rakugaizu)

Gender, etc. Men Women Children Babies      
Social Status, etc. Court Nobles Samurai Warriors Monks Nuns Peasants Inujinin (Lower Shinto Priests) Kayocho (Palanquin Carriers)
Clothing Kariginu (Less Formal Style For Court Nobles) Hitataregata (For Samurai. Nobles May Wear With Eboshi Hat for Their Class) Kataginu Bakama (Samurai Outfit) Clerical Garment Kosode (Short-sleeved kimono) Dobuku (Travel wear) Tsukehimo (String Attached to Children's Cloth)
Headgear Eboshi Amigasa (Straw Hat) Nurigasa (Lacquared Hat) Kazuki (Cloth for female to cover their body from head) Fabric Hood Kabuto Warrior's Helmet
Hair Style Tabusagami (Men's Tied Hair Style) Tonsure/Shaved Head Suihatsu Tabanegami (Tied Hair) Untied Hair Unkempt Hair Mage (Topknot)
Mustache Mustache Beard Whiskers        
Belongings Sword Fan Spear Umbrella Bag Cane Pole/Yoke
Place Imperial Palace Bakufu Mansions Precincts Streets Rice Paddy River
Action Walk Sit Watch/Look Wait Drink Carry Pray
Others Koho (Supplimented later) Hohitsu (With Revision) Fair-complexioned Face Sword knot Saseki (Left Side Screen) Useki (Right Side Screen)  

 

Japanese comic titles

Dai Nihon Enkai Yochi Zenzu (Maps of Japan's Coastal Area)