Notice 1 : This helmet is not wearable.It's for display only.
Notice 2 : This helmet does not include the wooden stand.Sorry.
The Japanese Kabuto helmet used in Sengoku era is not only functional in combat
but also attracts people’s 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.
- For only display armor, Yoroi
- Takaoka Doki Factory Process
- Iron /
- Mid 20th century
- Region/ Country of origin
- Artist/ Maker
- Zui hou
- Theme/ depiction
- Massive Japanese Samurai Helmet
- Decor/ ware
- Smoky Gold
- Title of artwork
- Great Leo
- Reasonable condition, see description
- 32×35×25 cm