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Warlord UESUGI KENSHIN's armor
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Life Size Iron Suit of Armor
Produced by: Samurai Store, Inc. JAPAN
Completion Time: 8-12 weeks
UESUGI KENSHIN Precise life-size Reproduction
The precise reproduction of warlord UESUGI KENSHIN's most famous suit of armor that has been possessed by Uesugi shrine, Yonezawa. Featuring very beautiful coloring of the braid lacings on the Haramaki-style cuirass and a remarkable wooden golden headerboard designed with Izuna-Gongen that has been believed as "God of victory" among warriors. The thousands of iron scales are used to assemble this quality armor.
This suit's body armor is constructed by hand, using multiple iron pieces, genuine leather, beautiful silk lacings and elaborately crafted chainmail. This Yoroi comes with all parts and accessories listed in the charts below, and can be worn, if desired
Uesugi Kenshin (上杉 謙信, February 18, 1530 – April 19, 1578) was a warlord who was born as Nagao Kagetora of the Nagao clan, and after adoption into the Uesugi clan, ruled Echigo Province in the Sengoku period of Japan. He was one of the most powerful daimyōs of the turbulent age.
The Uesugi family crest is painted on the front side of the storage box, but a number of traditional Japanese family crests can be added to the storage box for free if you prefer. You can choose your favorite samurai crest from our list. You can choose your favorite samurai crest from our list.
Principle parts of this set are made of iron.
- Kabuto Helmet 32-spliced iron bowl w/rusty painting
- Header Board Wooden Izuna Gongen finished with gold leaves
- Mempo Mask Iron-rusty finished. Horse hair moustache
- Cuirass (Body Amror) Haramaki stile one-plate iron cuirass. Finished with well-designed mnultiple braid lacing
- Shoulder Guards Assembled with iron scales and multiple braid colors.
- Shin Guards
- Thigh Guard Apron
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.
H165cm, W95cm & D90cm (displayed)
H58cm, W66cm & D51cm (boxed)
The word of "Go Forth" on box. (Free option)
Instead of Uesugi family crest, the Japanese character can be 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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