B014 - Yamamoto Kansuke Samurai Armor

Yamamoto Kansuke Samurai Armor
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  • Item #: B014G-BLACK
  • Manufacturer: Iron Mountain Armory
  • Manufacturer's Product Number: B014
     Yamamoto Kansuke was a Japanese samurai of the 16th century who was one of Takeda Shingen's most trusted Twenty-Four Generals. Also known by his formal name, Haruyuki. He was a brilliant strategist, and is particularly known for his plan which led to victory in the fourth battle of Kawanakajima against Uesugi Kenshin. However, Kansuke never lived to see his plan succeed; thinking it to have failed, he charged headlong into the enemy ranks, dying in battle.

     Kansuke's origins are not known for certain, but he is believed to have originated from Ushikubo, a town in Mikawa Province, which was then under the suzerainty of the Imagawa clan. He came to Kai and began to serve Takeda Shingen in 1543, receiving a position as an infantry commander (ashigaru-taisho). Legend says that Kansuke was blind in one eye and lame, but a fierce warrior nevertheless. In various works of art, he is depicted holding a naginata as a support for his weak leg. Kansuke was also involved in bringing the defeated Suwa Yorishige's daughter to Shingen as a concubine.

     This fine authentic reproduction of traditional Japanese yokohagi Okegawa ni-mai dô samurai armor is handmade by the Iron Mountain Armory. The armor is wearable and fully functional. 

     Features: IN STOCK, Painted black with 104cm chest size. Might have some blemishes in paint.  Includes black storage / display box with wooden stand.


Dimensions:
  • Displayed: 2' x 2' x 5'.6 @ 42 lbs
  • Shipping: 20" x 22" x 24" @ 58 lbs
  • Authentic Reproduction:
  • Traditionally Handcrafted :
  • Battle Ready:
  • Customizable:
Price $2,199.00
Sale Price $1,869.15
Availability Out-of-Stock

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