A helmet is the least interesting of the four randomized helms.
Kabuto is the word that samurai use for the helmet. Samurai start off the game with this item identified as well.
The kabuto is the helmet worn by the samurai. It was
characterized by a prominent beaked front which jutted out over
the brow to protect the wearer's face; a feature that gives
rise to their modern Japanese name of 'shokaku tsuki kabuto'
(battering-ram helmet). Their main constructional element
was an oval plate, the shokaku bo, slightly domed for the
head with a narrow prolongation in front that curved forwards
and downwards where it developed a pronounced central
fold. Two horizontal strips encircling the head were riveted
to this frontal strip: the lower one, the koshimaki (hip
wrap), formed the lower edge of the helmet bowl; the other,
the do maki (body wrap), was set at about the level of the
temples. Filling the gaps between these strips and the shokaku
bo were small plates, sometimes triangular but more commonly
rectangular in shape. Because the front projected so
far from the head, the triangular gap beneath was filled by
a small plate, the shoshaku tei ita, whose rear edge bent
downwards into a flange that rested against the forehead.