Ujio Samurai Samurai Armor, masterfully crafted by the finest katchû-shi (Japanese armorer) at the Iron Mountain Armory, who take great pride in every yoroi they create. This yoroi is a reproduction of the last samurai armor worn by the fictional character “Ujio” (Hiroyuki Sanada), in the famous Hollywood production of “The Last Samurai”. Fiercely loyal, Ujio was a fiercely loyal samurai who served under the legendary “Katsumoto”. As trust is always earned and no one earned it more than Ujio. When you earned his trust, he was loyal to his friends even in the face of death. Ujio wore this Uroko Samurai Armor set in his last stand and was one of the last to die an honorable warriors death in the final conflict.
The Ujio Daimyo samurai armor set is meticulously handcrafted with over 300 individual scale plates using an okegawa do (tube shaped cuirass) design. Keeping true to the movie production, this yoroi set features a momonari kabuto (peach shaped helmet) with raised plating and byo (rivets). The magnificent horns are crafted from wood to ensure exact size, shape and that they are light weight.
The Daimyo katchû-shi will focus on premium quality over quantity. They will use a mixture of traditional and modern techniques / materials to obtain the most luxurious look and regal feel suited for a Daimyo. Options are pre-selected to duplicate the exact armor design as seen in the product pictures. Be sure to explore the different options if you would like something more custom. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Features: Daimyo Class quality.
- Full sized and fully functional.
- Traditional design with theatrical details.
- Ujio Last Samurai Armor Replica.
- Includes custom Yoroi Bitsu (display box) and stand.
Our Daimyo Katchû-shi at Iron Mountain Armory will handcraft this product at the time of your order. Daimyo class uses both traditional and modern techniques / materials to create a regal armor set fitting for a Daimyo. Please allow at least 2 to 3 months for crafting of this item.