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Japanese Samurai armor

Great hishinui-do, kebiki-laced sode and kusazuri. Typical of Momoyama period armour aside from the two rings on the breasplate

Samurai helmet, Kabuto 兜.

Japanese samurai helmet, Kabuto 兜 Glad to know I'm not the only one wishing for antlers.

Yamamoto Kansuke Samurai Armor

This is a fully functional reproduction of the samurai Yamamoto Kansuke's armor, general of the Takeda Shingen clan. Made for Samurai clan re-enactment, LARP and collectors. Authentically handcrafted by the Iron Mountain Armory.

48 plate suji bachi kabuto (helmet), mogami do / dou (cuirass) gusoku (suit of armor), kabuto by Myochin Munehisa, late Muromachi period (16th century), the armor Edo period (18th century). Juyo bunka shiryo (Important cultural material) certificate no. 181 issued by the Nihon Katchu Bugu Kenkyu Hozon Kai (Society for the Preservation of Japanese Armor), dated 1952.8.7.

48 plate suji bachi kabuto (helmet), mogami do(dou -cuirass) gusoku(suit of armor),kabuto by Myochin Munehisa,late Muromachi century),armor Edo period century

Awabi uchidashi (embossed in the shape of a sea shell) kawari (eccentrically shaped) kabuto, 18th c, russet iron formed from a single sheet of iron to resemble a conch shell, the mabizashi formed by the lip of the shell and lacquered red, five-lame solid shikoro lacquered gold with gilt-copper chrysanthemum rivets. Tokubetsu Kicho Shiryo certificate no. 1116 issued by the Nihon Katchu Bugu Kenkyu Hozon Kai (Society for the Preservation of Japanese Armor), dated 2012.11.25 10 5/8in (27cm)…

Awabi uchidashi (embossed in the shape of a sea shell) kawari (eccentrically shaped) kabuto, c. Tokubetsu Kicho Shiryo certificate no. 1116 issued by the Nihon Katchu Bugu Kenkyu Hozon Kai (Society for the Preservation of Japanese Armour)

Kabuto (helmet) in the shape of a turban shell, with gold leaf, Momoyama period, 17th century, Iron, gold, lacquer, and silk, H. of bowl, 19.3 cm, Tokyo National Museum.

Turban Shell Shaped Kabuto and Menpo. Iron, Gold Leaf, Lacquer and Silk.

Samurai Armour

This armor was the most prevalent in the Warring States period, the shape of the head. - looks like a fancy Darth Vader, doesn't it.

Gold Lacquer Kabuto. 17th-18th century Sixty-two plate koboshi bachi kabuto lacquered red and surmounted with a three-stage gilt-copper chrysanthemum tehen kanamono, the bowl fitted with a five-lame Hineno-style shikoro ending in small fukigaeshi, lacquered black, black-lacquered iron hanbo fitted with a three-lame yodarekake; the cuirass a nimai yokohagi okegawa do lacquered gold and finished to a rough surface and applied with standing rivets patinated shakudo.

century Sixty-two plate koboshi bachi kabuto lacquered red and surmounted with a three-stage gilt-copper chrysanthemum tehen kanamono, the bowl fitted with a five-lame Hineno-style shikoro ending in small fukigaeshi,.

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