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LS02 Warlord Masamune
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Life Size Iron Suit of Armor
Produced by: Samurai Store, Inc. JAPAN
Completion Time: 5-8 months
Armory: Marutake / DOUGEN
Reproduction of Warlord DATE MASAMUNE’s suit of armor Samurai Store Exclusive
This beautiful Yoroi is modeled after the battlefield armor worn by warlord DATE MASAMUNE. The principle parts of this Yoroi are handcrafted out of iron by our skilled artisans in Japan. This historical armor set, suitable to display or wear, consists of the Kabuto, Yoroi and Kogusoku parts and accessories you see listed in the charts below. Any of the traditional Japanese family crests from our list can also be added to the armor’s chest for free. Your armor will also come in a black lacquered wooden storage box that doubles as a beautiful stand for you to proudly display your Yoroi.
This suit’s body armor is constructed by hand, using multiple iron pieces, beautiful placings and elaborately crafted chainmail. This Yoroi armor comes with all parts and accessories listed in the charts below, and can be worn.
A number of traditional Japanese family crests can be added to the storage box for free. You can choose your favorite samurai crest from our list.
Principle parts of this set are made of iron.
- Helmet Bowl Black lacquered 12 iron plates Suji-Kabuto
- Header Board Beaten gold crescent header board
- Mask Iron facemask
- Cuirass (Body Amror) Black Lacquered “Gomaido” 5-plates body armor.
- Shoulder Guards Black lacquered iron guard w/rims
- Tasset Black lacquered
- Shin Guards Black lacquered
- Thigh Guard Apron Black lacquered
Also Comes With:
Your armor will also come in a black lacquered wooden storage box that doubles as a beautiful Armor Stand for you to proudly display your armor, along with the wooden stand to have the armor stay sitting straight up on the box.
H162cm, W60cm & D50cm (displayed)
H56cm, W45cm & D43cm (boxed)
The word of "Go Forth" on box.
The Japanese character painted on the storage box is Zen (前) that means “Go Forth” in English. This word is from the mantra of victory called Kuji-Kiri that samurai warriors have intoned in formal ceremony to go to battlefield.
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