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The Japanese suit of Samurai Armor where only worn by the highest military class; samurai, shogun and emperors. Japanese Samurai Armor and Samurai Swords are both powerful and unique works of art that become a focal point and demand respect in any room. The Japanese Samurai armor and katana featured on our site are all made by craftsmen of the highest skill. Each suit of Japanese Samurai Armor (Yori), Samurai Helmet (Kabuto) and Samurai Sword (Katana) truly has a soul or chi and personality all of its own. These stunning works of art are made strictly in the authentic, traditional manner - all by hand by highly skilled craftsmen.

Japanese suits of armor are typically worn in cultural cerimonies, re-enactment groups, martial arts training, weddings and costume. They can also be displayed in dojos, home, restaurant, corporate office, cultural events and museum. Japanese armor is an excellent symbol of Japanese history, culture and art and can be adapted to most any interior situation. Our Japanese Armor prices start at just $175!

Each Japanese samurai suite is a full sized, fully authentic reproduction of the original armor and comes with everything you see in the photo, including the black lacquered display / storage box and display stand holding the armor. These authentic reproductions are made of iron, steel, leather, silk, cotton, brass and other materials that were traditionaly used dorring the Sengoku era in Japan. Abosuletly no plastics, rubber, glue or synthetic material are ever used. Each armor is full sized, fully functional, combat ready and come pre-fitted for a person who stands between 5' 2" and 5' 10" tall with average body type. The armor can be easly adjusted for a better fit by the wearer.

Features: Full Size, wearable, completely functional Japanese Armor, assembly instructions, stand and traditional lacquered Japanese Armor Box (Yori Bitsu).

Average Seated Display Specifications:
Height: 63"
Width: 24"
Depth: 20"
Weight: 55 lb (with display box)

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C001 - Authentic Reproductions of Classic Japanese Samurai Armor
Onyx Okegawa Samurai Armor

     The Onyx Samurai Armor (C001) is our first and most popular reproduction our Classic Samurai armor line. Our C series is hand made using the same methods armor craftsman used 500 plus years ago; during the Sengoku (Warring State) period. These suites feature the Yukinoshita-Do style, which utilize large solid horizontal plates around the torso, offering maximum protection and was the preferred style of most samurai of this period.

     With incorporating all of the elements of traditional Japanese Samurai armor of this period, with modern day tools, the craftsman at the Fenglinhanjia Armory have successfully forged the most authentic Samurai armor in today's market at a very affordable price. You can order this samurai armor with or with out the display box and stand.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.
     Optional Armor Color: Black, Brown, Maroon, Red or Yellow.

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Suaka Nuri Samurai Armor

     The Suaka Nuri samurai armor (C002) is painted yellow with black lacing to represent Yuki (courage). Samurai that displayed courage on the field of battle would sometimes be honored by their Shogun by having their armor painted yellow, so the enemy can easily find them on the field of battle.

     Hand made and painted, this samurai armor is a of great quality and commands a dominating presence in the re-enactment group, dojo, office or home. Hand made by the highly skilled craftsmen of Fenglinhanjia, in the Yukinoshita Do style and feature traditional large solid horizontal steel plates around the torso; incorporating all of the elements of a suit of Japanese Samurai armor (armour) of the period. This piece is made with traditional styling and materials and is wearable (for someone with an average figure between 5' 2" and 5' 10"). The samurai armor can be ordered with or with out the customary black lacquered box which, along with a wooden stand which provides the support for displaying the armor (as seen).

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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C002 Reproduction of Suaka Nuri Samurai Armor
C002



Classic Reproductions of Oda Nobunaga's Japanese Samurai Armor
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Oda Nobunaga Clacn Samurai Armor

     This very affordable reproduction of classic style Samurai armor, worn by Oda Nobunaga's clan (C003), is constructed by the highly skilled craftsmen of Fenglin armory and incorporates all of the elements of a suit of Japanese samurai armor (armour) of the period. The crest of Oda Nobunaga is hand painted onto the chest (do) in gold. The armor is wearable (within a reasonable size range) and is fully functional.

     History: From 1534 to 1582 Oda Nobunaga played a key role in shaping the course of history in feudal Japan. His policy of unifying a country controlled by many feuding daimyo was furthered in a series of victories characterized by brilliant tactics and the first organized use of firearms. His unification policy became a reality under his successor, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, shortly before the end of the 16th century.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Nimaido Samurai Armor

The red accent plates on the Nimaido Samurai Armor (C003) where used to represent honor and valor. Damyo from some clans would recognize the honor and valor of their samurai by having plates from their armor, lacquered in red. This suite is hand made using the same methods armor craftsman used 500 plus years ago; during the Sengoku (Warring State) period. These suites feature the Yukinoshita-Do style, which utilize large solid horizontal plates around the torso, offering maximum protection and was the preferred style of most samurai of this period.

With incorporating all of the elements of traditional Japanese Samurai armor of this period, with modern day tools, the craftsman at the Fenglinhanjia Armory have successfully forged the most authentic Samurai armor in today's market at a very affordable price.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Reproductions of Classic Japanese Samurai Armor
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C005 - Authentic Reproductions of Shimazu Clan Japanese Samurai Armor
Shimazu Clan Samurai Armor

     The Shimazu Clan Samurai Armor (C006) is constructed by the highly skilled craftsmen of Fenglin armory and incorporates all of the elements of a suit of Japanese samurai armor (armour) of the period. The mon of Takeda Shingen clan is hand painted onto the chest (do) in gold. The armor is wearable (within a reasonable size range) and is fully functional.

     History: The Shimazu clan is renowned for the loyalty of its retainers and officers, especially during the Sengoku period. The Shimazu are also famous for being the first to use firearms (arquebuses) on the battlefield in Japan, and began domestic production of the weapons as well. Shimazu battle tactics are known to have been very successful in defeating larger enemy armies, particularly during their campaign to conquer Kyushu in the 1580s. Their tactics included the luring of the opposition into an ambush on both sides by arquebus troops, creating panic and disorder. Central forces would then be deployed to rout the enemy.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Takeda Clan Samurai Armor

     The Takeda Clan Samurai Armor (C006) is constructed by the highly skilled craftsmen of Fenglin armory and incorporates all of the elements of a suit of Japanese samurai armor (armour) of the period. The mon of Takeda Shingen clan is hand painted onto the chest (do) in gold. The armor is wearable (within a reasonable size range) and is fully functional.

     History: The Takeda clan ruled from the Kai providence for 400 years (12th to 16 century). They quickly rose and became one of the most powerful clans in feudal Japan. Their clan moto was Loyalty and Fraternity. They where known for their calvary charge and for being known as the Red Army. The Takeda banner stated "fu rin ka zan" (wind, forest, fire, mountain) which stands for Swift as the wind, silent as the forest, intrusive as fire, and immovable as a mountain.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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C006 - Authentic Reproductions of Takeda Clan Japanese Samurai Armor



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B001 - Authentic Reproductions of Japanese Naito Masatoyo Samurai Armor
Tokugawa Daku Akuma Armor

     The Tokugawa Daku Akuma (Dark Demon) armor was worn by Samurai to instill fear into the hearts of their foe as they stormed through the battle field like a dark plague. The Daku Akum samurai where known for taunting their enemy in battle, increasing their anger and likely hood to make a mistake.

     This fine authentic reproduction of traditional Japanese yokohagi Okegawa ni-mai dô samurai armor is hand made by the Fenglinhanjia Armory. Each suite of samurai armor can be ordered with the customary Gusto Bitsu (armor storage box) and a wooden stand for the display of the armor. The armor is wearable and fully functional.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Arima Clan Samurai Armor

     The Arima clan was a Japanese feudal daimyo family dating to the Sengoku period. Its name "Arima," transliterates as "has horses," reflecting the samurai/cavalry origins of the family. Famous members include Arima Harunobu and Arima Naozumi. The Arima Clan was heavily influenced by the Christian missionaries and Harunobu himself was baptized and took the name John when he received confirmation. As a result of his Christianization, the Arima clan received supplies and weapons from the Portuguese, which strengthened the clan.

     Fenglin's very affordable Samurai battle armor (armour) or yori (B002), is hand made by the highly skilled craftsmen of the Fenglinhanjia armory. Featuring the Yukinoshita Do style which is the traditional Japanese Samurai armor (armour) of this period. The armor is wearable (within a reasonable size range) and well as fully functional.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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B002 - Authentic Reproductions of Japanese Samurai Armor
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B003 - Authentic Reproductions of Japanese Ronin Samurai Armor
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Ronin Samurai Armor

     The ronin was a samurai with no lord or master during the feudal period (1185-1868) of Japan. The Ronin Samurai would wonder the lands typically as a mercenary or hired body guard. The Ronin where also known for dueling for honor, fame and/or money. Like regular samurai, ronin wore their two swords. Ronin used a variety of other weapons too. One of the most famous of Ronin in history was Miyamoto Musashi as well as the story of The Seven Samurai.

     During the Edo period, with the shogunate's rigid class system and laws, the number of ronin greatly increased. Confiscation of fiefs during the rule of the third Tokugawa shogun Iemitsu resulted in an especially large increase of ronin. During previous ages, samurai were easily able to move between masters and even between occupations. They would also marry between classes. However, during the Edo period, samurai were restricted, and were above all forbidden to become employed by another master without their previous master's permission. Also, low-level samurai, often poor and without choice, were forced to quit or escape their masters.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Tokugawa Samurai Warrior Armor

     The Tokugawa clan was a powerful daimyo family of Japan. They nominally descended from Emperor Seiwa (850-880) in the early history of Japan. The beginning of this clan's history is still a bit of a mystery but we do know by in 1567 the Tokugawa clan started its rise to power. By the end of the Sengoku period the Tokugawa clan had grown in size of samurai and land. By the end of the Edo period they ruled Japan as shoguns. There were fifteen Tokugawa shoguns altogether. Their dominance and influence was so strong that some history books reference the "Tokugawa era" instead of "Edo period".

     This is authentic Japanese samurai warrior armor suit and kabuto is finished with iron rusting brown paint, giving it an aged look and feel. Authentically detailed and completely reproduced after actual armor worn by the samurai warriors of the Tokugawa clan. With countless battles that rampaged throughout the nation, only those with power could survive and having the best samurai armor certainly helped. This reproduction suite of armor is a great addition to any collection or a great start at a collection.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Aged Samurai Warrior Armor
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B005 - Authentic Reproductions of Japanese Samurai Armor
B005
Date Masamune Clan Samurai Armor

     Masamune is known for a few things that made him stand out from other daimyo of the time. In particular, his famous crescent-moon-bearing helmet won him a fearsome reputation. As a child, smallpox robbed him of sight in his right eye, though it is unclear exactly how he lost the eye entirely, some sources say he plucked out the eye himself, others say that he had his trusted retainer Katakura Kojuro gouge out the eye for him. Despite his impairment, Masamune became an outstanding tactician, he was highly respected for his ethics and he was made all the more iconic for his missing eye and was often called dokuganryu, or the "one-eyed dragon".

     Date Masamune (September 5, 1567 to June 27, 1636) was a Japanese samurai of the Azuchi-Momoyama period through early Edo period. Heir to a long line of powerful daimyo in the Tohoku region, he went on to found the modern-day city of Sendai.

     Feng Lin's very affordable Samurai battle armor (armour) (B005), is hand made by the highly skilled craftsmen of Fenglinhanjia, in the Yukinoshita Do style and feature traditional large solid horizontal steel plates around the torso; incorporating all of the elements of a suit of Japanese Samurai armor (armour) of the period.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Akai Oni Samurai

The Akai Oni samurai where led into battle by the Warlord Kai-Takeda, as elite troops picked for the honor and heroism. Their armor was painted a dark red to resemble cinnabar, a mineral used to show luxury. Over time more and more of the Takeda clan samurai rose higher in notoriety and more and more of the Takeda samurai wore red samurai armor. Over time these samurai where known as the Red Army.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Akai Oni Samurai Battle Armor
B006



B007 - Authentic Reproductions of Japanese Mori Samurai Armor
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Môri Clan (Aki) Samurai Armor

     This Samurai Armor is reproduced in honor of the Môri Clan (Aki). The Môri have a long history of seafaring and are sea masters without equal. They can read the waves and move their fleets further than other clans. The Môri clan where also known for combining military might with astute diplomacy.

     This fine authentic reproduction of traditional Japanese yokohagi Okegawa ni-mai dô samurai armor is hand made by the Fenglinhanjia Armory. Each suite of samurai armor is supplied with the customary Gusto Bitsu (armor storage box) and a wooden stand for the display of the armor. Assembly instructions are also included. The armor is wearable and fully functional. For more information, please review our FAQ Page


     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Ashi Samurai Armor

     The Ashi samurai where known for being reserved off the field and very skilled in combat on the field of battle. Legend states that they used "unorthodox" sword fighting techniques and moves. Thought to possess evil magic, the ashigaru (foot soldiers) would try to keep their distance from these samurai in battle.

     This fine authentic reproduction of traditional Japanese yokohagi Okegawa ni-mai dô samurai armor is hand made by the Fenglinhanjia Armory. Each suite of samurai armor can be ordered with the customary Gusto Bitsu (armor storage box) and a wooden stand for the display of the armor. Assembly instructions are also included. The armor is wearable and fully functional. The red hair is removable.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Ashi Samurai Armor



Kasai Samurai Warrior Armor
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Kasai Samurai

     The Saika-Shu where known for their skill with firearms and their strong spirit. This was a strong clan of mostly Buddhist monks, which because of their strong spirit, were often not under the rule of any particular warlord. So tenacious was this clan that they even fought amongst themselves.

     They also fought as mercenaries for feudal warlords and quickly became wealthy and had no need to fight for money. With their own fleet of ships they became involved in trading and commerce with far-away lands. Seeing the advantage of firearms, the Saika-Shu had over 4,000 expert musketeers that even the musketeers of the famous Oda Nobunaga could not match them. It took Oda Nobunaga over 10 years to finally defeat the Saida-Shu clan.

     This fine authentic reproduction of traditional Japanese yokohagi Okegawa ni-mai dô samurai armor is hand made by the Fenglinhanjia Armory. Each suite of samurai armor can be ordered with the customary Gusto Bitsu (armor storage box) and a wooden stand for the display of the armor. Assembly instructions are also included. The armor is wearable and fully functional.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Yari Bushi Armor

     The Yari Bushi Armor was reproduced in honor of the fearce Yari samurai who used long spears to defeat their enemy on the field of battle, giving them a distinct advantage over the Samurai cavalry. Large units of Yari Bushi fought as one, to stave off cavalry units. The yari (pole arm) were more common then swords of the field of battle, due to their greater range and their great piercing ability. Swords in a full battle situation were soon used as an emergency sidearm from the Heian through the Muromachi periods.

     This fine authentic reproduction of traditional Japanese yokohagi Okegawa ni-mai dô samurai armor is hand made by the Fenglinhanjia Armory. Each suite of samurai armor can be ordered with the customary Gusto Bitsu (armor storage box) and a wooden stand for the display of the armor. Assembly instructions are also included.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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B011 Tetsu Bushi Armor
B011



Uesugi Kenshin Dragon Armor

     The Dragon Armor is a reproduction of one of the gashira armor suites worn by the Daimyo Uesugi Kenshin (The Dragon of Echigo) who ruled Echigo province in the Sengoku period of Japan. He was one of the many powerful lords of the Sengoku period. He is famous for his prowess on the battlefield, his military expertise, his legendary rivalry with Takeda Shingen, and his belief in the Buddhist god of war - Bishamonten. In fact, many of his followers and others believed him to be the avatar of Bishamonten, and called Kenshin, the god of warriors. See our Battle Armor B013 for Kenshin's Bishamonten suite of armor.

     Uesugi Kenshin was one of two of the most vicious Samurai War Lords to do battle in Japan, the other being Takeda Shingen. Over the years, they would engage in combat five times. Their fourth battle, which was at Kawanakajima, would be their major battle. Because of Uesugi Kenshin's fierceness as a fighter, he was given the nickname "Dragon." Shingen was referred to as the "Tiger" in his warring days as a Samurai. Thus, the legendary battle of the "Tiger and the Dragon" had its origin with these two powerful samurai.

     This fine authentic reproduction of traditional Japanese yokohagi Okegawa ni-mai dô samurai armor is hand made by the Fenglinhanjia Armory. Each suite of samurai armor can be ordered with the customary Gusto Bitsu (armor storage box) and a wooden stand for the display of the armor. Assembly instructions are also included.  Wood beads are not included.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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B012 Uesugi Kenshin Dragon Armor
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B015 - Shimazu Yoshihiro Armor
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Shimazu Yoshihiro Armor

     This armor has been made in honor of Shimazu Yoshihiro of the Shimazu clan who was said to have fought in 52 battles over the course of his life and was an strong and able leader. In 1572, Yoshihiro led 300 men and defeated Yoshisuke's 3,000 in what is sometimes called the "Okehazama of Kyushu". Over the next 10 years he would continue lead and fight with his men in victory after victory until he was named daimyô following the submission of the Shimazu to Hideyoshi in 1587. He led 10,000 men in the First Korean Campaign (1592-93).

     This fine authentic reproduction of traditional Japanese yokohagi Okegawa ni-mai dô samurai armor is hand made by the Fenglinhanjia Armory. Each suite of samurai armor can be ordered with the customary Gusto Bitsu (armor storage box) and a wooden stand for the display of the armor. Assembly instructions are also included. The armor is wearable and fully functional.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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Sanada Yukimura Armor

     Sanada Saemon-no-Suke Yukimura (Sanada Yukimura, 1567 - 1615) was a Japanese samurai general of the Takeda clan known for being excellent military tacticians. Though his army was comparatively small, he won many battles even though they were outnumbered. Through his daring strategies and feats he would gain fame and forever hold a place in Japanese history. Sanada Yukimura was called "A Hero who may appear once in hundred years" and "the crimson demon of war" and his soldiers where known as the "Akazonae". Shimazu Tadatsune (arguably the best performer in the invasion of Korea) called him the "number one warrior in Japan".

     The antlers on Sanada's helmet (real deer antlers) gave him prowess on the battle field and lifted the moral of his men as he could be easily spotted by his men, as well as his enemy, on the field of battle.

      This fine authentic reproduction of traditional Japanese yokohagi Okegawa ni-mai dô samurai armor is hand made by the Fenglinhanjia Armory. Each suite of samurai armor can be ordered with the customary Gusto Bitsu (armor storage box) and a wooden stand for the display of the armor. Assembly instructions are also included. The armor is wearable and fully functional.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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B016 Reproduction of Sanada Yukimura Armor
B016



SPECIAL - Daimyo Takeda Shingen Armor - SPECIAL

     Daimyo Takeda Shingen (The Tiger of Kai) was known for his martial prowess and prestige on the battlefield in the late Sengoku period of Japan. This authentic reproduction of Takeda Shingen's armor is the result of over 152 hand crafted, man hours of the finest materials and skilled crafts men of the Fenglin armory.

     Takeda Shingen was one of two of the most vicious Samurai War Lords to do battle in Japan, the other being Uesugi Kenshin. Over the years they would engage in combat a total of five times. Their fourth battle, which was at Kawanakajima, would be their major battle. Because of Takeda Shingen's fierceness as a fighter, he was given the nickname "Tiger." Uesugi Kenshin was referred to as the "Dragon" in his warring days as a Samurai. Thus the legendary battles of the Tiger and the Dragon were about to originate in Japan.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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DA-6000 Reproduction of Takeda Shingen Daimyo Armor
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JA10 Vermillion Samurai Armor
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Vermillion Samurai Armor

     The Vermillion Samurai armor set is a hand made reproduction of Yoroi armor by craftsman in Japan. This is a rare chance to own actual armor made in Japan by artisans and craftsman who have been making samurai armor for generations. This Japanese Samurai Armor set is completely handmade in Japan by the same skilled craftsman who also made many Samurai armor sets for Akira Kurosawa's movies such as Ran and Kagemusha, the Last Samurai and many other movies, operas and dignitaries.

     This armor is made by hand once you've made payment on your order. Custom sizing is available for an additional $350 - $500 (depending on sizing). Please email us for a quote / invoice. Custom sizing may add an additional 2 to 3 weeks to your order time.

     Optional: Customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display and instructions.

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SPECIAL - Reproduction of Takeda Shingen's Armor - SPECIAL

Our full-sized suits of Samurai armour provide displays of outstanding quality for the dojo, office or even the den. Crafted by the skilled armours of Hanwei, the armour is authentically detailed and completely realistic. These very affordable pieces are made with traditional styling and materials and are wearable (for someone with an average figure). They are supplied in the customary black lacquered box which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support for the display.

From 1521 to 1573. Eldest son of Takeda Nobutora, prince of the Kai province (now: Yamanashi prefec- ture), ally of Oda Nobunaga. During his reign as a Samurai commander he reconstructed law and order, combined military and civil administration and provided the people of his province with more security and wealth than that of the other provinces of Japan. This item ships UPS Oversized

Includes: Full Size, Wearable Japanese Armor and Traditional Lacquered Japanese Armor Box .

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Reproductions of Takeda Shingen Japanese Samurai Armor
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