Oda Nobunaga Inspired Nanbam Gusoku
- Item #: AKS-MN-ODA
- Manufacturer: Miyami Armory
- Manufacturer's Product Number: AKS-MN-ODA
This striking Nanbam yoroi was inspired by the Nanbam worn by Oda Nobunaga and has been masterfully handcrafted by the Miyami Armory in Japan. Painstakingly painted in silver foil (also available in gold), this Nanbam Gusoku is a one of a kind and features a kabuto (helmet) riveted together with six iron plates, hand cut and hammered, as well as hand rolled and link chainmail. Over 400 hours of master handcrafting hours are dedicated to this Oda Nobunaga inspired yoroi.
Oda Nobunaga (1534–1582) was a Daimyō in the late 16th century, famous for his attempts to unify Japan under a single banner. Not only this, Nobunaga is also famed for being one of the most ruthless fighters in history, eliminating any and all opposition in his way. At the time of his death, Nobunaga controlled more than half of the provinces in Japan, most of them centered around Kyoto.
An outstanding lord, brilliant strategist and shrewd negotiator, Nobunaga met his end in at Honnō-Ji Temple in Kyoto, where, following a rebellion by one of his vassals, he took his own life through seppuku (ritual suicide). His legacy would live on, however. Only eleven days later, the traitor who staged the coup was killed in the Battle of Yamazaki by Hashiba Hideyoshi, Nobunaga's son, who inherited his father's legacy and greatly expanded the domain and power of the Oda Clan.
Includes free customary black lacquered storage box (yoroi bitsu) which, along with an included wooden frame, provides the support to display this beautiful armor. Instructions are also included.
- Authentic Reproduction: Crafted After an Original
- Full Sized: Fits Average Adult
- Traditionally Handcrafted : Traditional Materials
- Highest Quality: Made In Japan