Hats, was Re: Digest Number 1770
- Ohayo gozaimasu, Robert-dono:
This helps. "Headgear" makes me think of the thingy my sister had to
wear at night when she had braces. I couldn't tell if you meant hat or
helmet in your initial post. ;->
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert Andrade <robertandrade@b...> wrote:
> specifically the headgear seen in the picture labled "Jikitotsu sugata"
As Lady Solveig indicates, the sort of hat one wears should match
one's social status, so we do hope you're taking that into account.
That having been said, this Japanese company sells a variety of hats
suitable for Japanese re-enactment. Click on their "Warring States and
Edo Period" section to see what they have:
I recently purchased a hat from them and fitted it with
"curtains" so it would be appropriate for a lady to travel in. They're
not exactly cheap, but they ship very promptly and your purchase will
be most carefully wrapped to assure it reaches you in excellent