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Mogidō (モギドウ/裳着胴)

Mogidō is a style of costume in which only a kitsuke (the kimono with narrow cuffs worn as the bottommost layer of the costume) and no happi, kariginu or chōken. Or, it may refer to a character dressed in that form. The mogidō is typically used to portray activity, madness or illness.

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