The Kiritsuke Kozane Roku-Mai Samurai Armor set is a reproduction of a traditional tosei (post ~1550 modern) design crafted by the Iron Mountain Armory. Roku-Mai Do consist of 6 sections (3 front and 3 back) which are hinged together except for under the right armpit, where it is tied. If unhinged and tied under the left armpit, it then becomes a Ryo-Hikiawase Roku-Mai-Do, which translates to “pulled together on both sides, six-section cuirass”. This particular samurai armor set features kiritsuke kozane which is simulated scale plating along an ita-mono (single plate). This style of plating is known as “sane-ita”, or “itazane”, laced together in kebiki-odoshi style lacing (referred to as “full lacing”). Various colors and color patterns are available upon request. Before or after placing your order, you can send us your desired design pattern. Other ita-mono (single plate) and kanagu mawari (solid metal plates) options are available.
This classic Kiritsuke Kozane Roku-Mai Samurai Armor set features the optional simulated 8 ken (section) Hari Bachi kabuto with copper fukurin trim along the edges of the kabuto, Do and O-Sode. Still keeping with tradition, the armorers at the Iron Mountain Armory are happy to customize your armor set to fulfill your custom armor desires. Let us know what colors, accessories and sizing you would like and we will craft it as you request.
Order Notes: Please reference the “4 Odoshi Lace Color Replacement Options” 1st Lace Color will change the Yellow odoshi. 2nd Lace Color changes the Navy Blue odoshi. 3rd Lace Color changes the Orange odoshi. 4th Lace Color changes the Green odoshi. If you would like a different lacing pattern, please contact us with the details you would like.
Features: Gashira Class crafting.
- Full sized and fully functional.
- Variation of paint, high quality cotton odoshi colors and traditional features.
- Includes display box and stand.
|Our skilled katchû-shi (armorers) at the Iron Mountain Armory will need at least 5 to 8 weeks, depending on options selected, and other scheduled orders, for the custom handcrafting of your samurai armor set.|
To see the class differences, please view Kachi Vs. Gashira.
|For more information, please review our Order Options Explained, Glossary Terms or FAQ Pages. You can also Contact Us directly. We are always happy to be of service.|
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