*Samurai armor is more than a protection gear, in Japanese culture, the armor is also a piece of art, reflection of the wearer’s social status, taste, will and faith.
*Every single part of this armor is handmade by our skilled armor smith, follow the ancient armor making method
*Fully functional, wearable, fine details, this is a real reproduction of samurai armor from history using modern high quality material
*Each armor is custom made to fit the wearer well, maximize the mobility and speed when maintain a good protection.
*Armor set comes with everything in the picture, included the storage box and armor stand for display.
Armor Size：Custom made according to the wearer’s height and weight, measure instruction will be sent after you place the order.
Maximum Height: 205 cm / Maximum Weight: 172KG
Main Material：Cold rolled steel / Lacquer / Cotton / Hemp / Silk etc
Helmet (Kabuto)：Cold rolled steel baking finish black 0.8mm + Resin Horn
Face Mask (Menpo)：Cold rolled steel baking finish black 0.8mm + Beard
Should Guard (Sode)：Cold rolled steel baking finish black 0.8mm
Chest (Do)：Cold rolled steel baking finish black 0.8mm
Sleeve (Kote)；Cold rolled steel baking finish black 0.8mm
Gloves (Yaguke)：Cold rolled steel baking finish black 0.8mm
Belt & Sash (Uwa & Obi)：Hemp
Skirt (Kusazuri) : Cold rolled steel baking finish black 0.8mm
Thigh Guard (Haidate)：Cold rolled steel baking finish black 0.8mm
Shin Guard (Suneate) ：Cold rolled steel baking finish black 0.8mm
Dimension (Model In Picture)：About 170 * 76 * 76 cm / 68 * 30 * 30 Inches
Armor Weight (Model In Picture)：About 20KG / 44 Lbs
Lead time: 2-3 Weeks.
Worldwide Shipping by UPS / Shipping time is about 1 Week
Early in the Sengoku period, Tsukahara Bokuden was the most famous swordsman. He was regarded as a kensei (sword saint). He was the founder of a new Kashima style of kenjutsu. At the age of 17, Tsukahara fought his first duel to the death. During his lifetime, he fought in 37 battles and 19 duels. He was wounded six times, but only by arrows. His death toll is estimated at 212.