Japans Samurai Armour Yoroi Yoshigawa Momoyama period 1590
A special Japanese Samurai armor Yoshigawa Hōjō clan
This clan was very powerful during the Sengoku Samurai period
This is a mighty Yoroi worn in battle, it was made around the year 1580.
The yoroi has been exhibited several times in Japan, the last time was in the year 1994, of course in Kashihara, this is close to the big city Nara.
It has been worn on the battlefields, it leaves its mark, this should also be the case with an armour, it is almost in original condition. (often you see armors that have been completely restored) these are the armors that radiate the power you are looking for. Hōjō clan.
This Yoroi, also called Toshei Gusoku, is in good condition, has signs of wear and some light rust, the general condition is good.
The special Kabuto is really pleasing to the eye, also very special with beautiful details.
Of course the Yoroi is complete with weapon box and stand.
Height 165 cm.
Total weight 15 kg.
- Cuero, Hierro forjado, Seda
- siglo XVI
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- 165×48×165 cm