The Early Middle Ages:The classic Japanese armour, the heavy, square, boxy suit, is now called ô-yoroi (“great armour”) although it was originally just called yoroi. with The ô-yoroi is obviously a bulky and heavy armour with four kusazuri (skirts). It was also expensive. For retainers and lesser warriors, the dô maru and haramaki were developed. These armours had more skirt plates and fitted closer to the body, omitting the need for a waidate. The dô-maru opens under the right arm; the haramaki opens at the back.
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- ► Historic depictions of O-Yoroi (1 C, 12 F)
Media in category "O-Yoroi"
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- A man wearing an Ō-yoroi.jpg 1.64 MB
- Armor (Yoroi) MET DT305555.jpg 7.66 MB
- Armor (Yoroi) MET DT305556.jpg 5.53 MB
- Armor (Yoroi) MET DT784.jpg 1.43 MB
- Foire d'Avignon 22.jpg 952 KB
- Japanese body armour.jpg 6.51 MB
- Kasuga Taisha Armour.jpg 739 KB
- Kon'ito-odoshi Ō-yoroi.jpg 1.8 MB
- O-Yoroi (back view).jpg 178 KB
- O-Yoroi.jpg 965 KB
- Oyamazumi Jinsha Armor (400).jpg 3.08 MB
- Oyamazumi Jinsha Armor (401).jpg 2.59 MB
- Samurai O-Yoroi 2.jpg 196 KB
- Samurai o-yoroi.jpg 223 KB