Condition: Very Good, May have some signs of use, As seen In Pictures, No Warranty
Momoyama Ni-Mai Gashira Samurai Armor is crafted in honor of the robust tosei yoroi (post 1540 modern samurai armor) developed during the Azuchi–Momoyama period (1568 ~ 1600). The Azuchi–Momoyama period marked the final phase of the Sengoku era (warring states) in Japan’s long, bloody history or war. Oda Nobunaga known as “魔王” (The Demon Lord) and the Great Unifier of Japan, changed the way war was fought with his tanegashima gunners and spear foot samurai, who displaced the mounted samurai with ease. These new samurai troops trained in mass group movements, instead of hand-to-hand fighting tactics. Their distinctive armor colors of Red or Black helped fostered “esprit de corps” (moral). With these new tactics Oda Nobunaga effectively became ruler of 20 provinces, unifying almost all of Japan under one Shogun.
Iron Mountain Armory has crafted and presents this particular gusoku (matching armor set) with the Demon Lord’s trademark black yoroi with blue odoshi (lace) and with the pre-selected optional mayu (simulated eyebrows), miage shiwa (simulated facial wrinkles). The Oda suemon (mon on the fukigaeshi) and fukurin (metal trim) compliments the 18 ken (simulated) Hachi Goshozan kabuto. The details of the ni-mai do (2 section cuirass), nami chu-sode with kibiki-odoshi are also complimented with the optional fukurin trim, topped with the Oda mon tekko no suemon (mon on the back of hand). This momoyama ni-mai gashira samurai armor set is filled with many options showing how stunning a yoroi can look when fully embellished.
Please Note: This suit is in-stock, ready to ship, being sold as seen in the pictures. It was used for display and modeling. There are some signs of usage, being sold As Is in Good Condition.
Features: Gashira Class crafting.
- Full sized and fully functional.
- Height: 5′ 6″ ~ 5′ 10″ (160 ~ 183 cm)
- Chest: 39 ~ 43″ (99 ~ 109 cm)
- Includes display box and stand.
This suit is in stock, ready to ship. Please allow 1 week for preparing paperwork and shipping of your order from date of payment.
To see the class differences, please view Kachi Vs. Gashira.
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