- Costume. Shinshoku no shozoku means priestly vestments. There are six main types: Joe, Kakue, Kariginu, Ikan, Saifuku, Myoe. Shozoku is a term whose meaning has changed over time. Originally it meant any interior ornamentation or display, then from the Heian period the costumes of the nobility, warriors and actors.
A Popular Dictionary of Shinto. Brian Bocking.
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