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Kago

A kago (駕籠?) is a type of litter used as a means of human transportation by the non-samurai class in feudal Japan and into the Meiji period.

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Shintaro Kago
... Shintaro Kago (駕籠 真太郎, Kago Shintarō?, born 1969 in Tokyo, Japan), is a Japanese guro manga artist ...
Alshard - System - Kago, Divine Protections
... Supreme divine powers are named Kago (加護?, lit ... Each character can use Kago three times every a session, according to three classes was chosen during character creation ...
Kago - Description and Use
... The basket of the kago was about three feet long and it was attached to bamboo uprights which were suspended by a large overhead single crossbeam ... The kago was carried by a team of four men who took turns carrying the kago on their shoulders, five or six miles could be traveled in one hour ... The kago should not be confused with the more elaborate norimono which were used by the samurai class and wealthy individuals ...
K-On! - Media - Video Games
... A rhythm video game titled K-On! Hōkago Live!! (けいおん! 放課後ライブ!!, Keion! Hōkago Raibu!!?), developed by Sega for the PlayStation Portable ... An arcade game developed by Atlus, K-On! Hōkago Rhythm Time (けいおん!放課後リズムタイム, Keion! Hōkago Rizumu Taimu?), will be released in Japanese ...
KAGO (AM)
... KAGO (1150 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format ... KAGO signed on in 1923 on 1220 kHz as KFJI ...