Matsuo, who was in a kago, here stepped out, using his long sword as a stick to lean upon.
Luggage, of course, could not be carried by norimono or kago.
Swiftly, swiftly they were borne, and the kago men sang as they went, a song to make labour light.
Her voice was in his ears; without, in talk with the kago men?
The kago bearers were protected from the very perceptible night cold only by thin cotton blouses.
Honoured sir, these kago are for your august conveyance—deign to enter so that we may proceed to your destination.
In former days the notice board was posted at the Chūmon (middle gate), ordering all visitors to dismount from horse or kago.
"I have brought a present for our young master," and with a whistle, he summoned a kago that had been waiting in the garden.
We were now to give up the kuruma and to travel by the kago, which, you will remember, I promised to describe.
The vehicles chiefly employed in ante-Meiji days were ox-carriages, norimono, kago and carts drawn by hand.