A female doll wearing an Okoso hood.
The koso hood is a cold-weather headgear for women that was popular from the Edo period to the Meiji period. A square piece of cloth with ear loops attached It was made of wisteria-colored or iron - colored hamachirimen , and one end was dyed with a pattern of snow moon and flowers and a family crest.
Women in the Edo period were also sensitive to fashion. Women's fashion also became Fushimi dolls.
It has a mysterious appearance.
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