triangular headpiece

三角頭巾(sankaku zukin, lit. triangular headpiece) is a type of headband sometimes worn by ghosts in Japanese folklore.
Derived from Edo period burial rituals, it was originally intended to protect the newly deceased from evil spirits. It has various regional names, Hitai-eboshi, Tenkan, Houkan, Kami-kaburi, and so on.
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