Samurai Helmet -Tokugawa Ieyasu Kabuto. Condition : Vintage Condition Origin : 100% MADE IN JAPAN Material : Metal(IRON) Age : Showa Weight : approx 3.5Kg(7lb) Dimension : approx H27cm x W32cm x D19cm (10.6inch x 12.5inch x 7.4inch) Notice 1 : This helmet is not wearable. It’s for display only. Notice 2 : This helmet does not include the iron stand. Even though the age of the samurai is long gone now, the soul of the samurai currently lives on through general Japanese households. Those helmets used to be furnished at a tokonoma alcove. The size of those helmets is not that big and the weight is moderated from 6.6lbs to 11lbs. Samurai icons such as Kusunoki Masashige, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Yamanaka Shikanosuke reflects not only the samurai spirit but also the code of honor towards martial arts (Kendo or Judo) and a symbol of social success or perseverance. Once you place these helmets around you, you soul might be influenced by the samurai vibes. As previously mentioned, obtaining those masked Kabuto helmets are considerably difficult but we are confident that you would love your new collection as an interior décor once its on your hands. I have no doubt to recommend those to you. The Japanese Kabuto helmet used in Sengoku era is not only functional in combat but also attracts peoples attention as a world masterpiece in the field of the applied art. The Sengoku generals burned incense inside of their helmets and put a flower on their chests’ before going to battle. They were proud of pursuing grace even on the battlefield and carried unbreakable spirits. Kabuto helmet explicitly represents the spirit of the samurai. The design of the Kabuto helmet and its accompanying accessories were arranged by individual preferences. The Kabuto helmet is decorated with antlers/horns (Kuwagata) and a front crest (Maedate) such as an arranged sword, a dragon statue, Myo-oh sculpture, or a statue of Bodhisattva (Bosatsu). The attachments on the front represent Shintoism and Buddhism and add significant value to the Kabuto. The helmets on the website were carved by the artisan of Edo-period-specialist, who carried on the tradition. These items are made based on National Treasure-listed masterpieces, and those products include the ones which were manufactured by Takaoka which is known as the largest production center of bronze ware in Japan and has a 350-year history. Our products have not only the value of traditional craftsmanship but also as interior decor. Once you decorate them in your room, it would support your space with more elegance. Our products will be with you for a long time. All orders are securely packaged and send ECONOMY AIR. It takes about 2weeks to 3weeks. This is to realize cost mitigation for our valuable customers who enjoy their shopping with us. Please decide the final judgment for the item value by yourself. Most of the items are very old and not mint condition. They have age appropriate flaws and rust. International Buyers – Please Note. These charges are the buyers responsibility. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as gifts – US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. The item “Beautiful Samurai Helmet -TOKUGAWA IEYASU’s kabuto- Rare” is in sale since Wednesday, June 24, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Armor”. The seller is “bronze_museum_japan” and is located in Fukuoka. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Featured Refinements: Samurai Helmet
- Type: Armor
- Region of Origin: Japan
- Age: Post-1940
- Primary Material: Mixed Materials
- Original/Reproduction: Vintage Reproduction
- Accessories: This helmet does not include a iron stand