Naito Masatoyo Samurai Armor
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This reproduction of the Naito Masatoyo Samurai Armor is reproduced in honor of Naito Masatoyo (1522 June 29, 1575) who was a Japanese samurai of the Sengoku period. As one of Takeda Shingen's most reliable generals, he fought in many of the Takeda clan's battles. Masatoyo was the second son of Takeda Nobutora's senior retainer, Kudo Toratoyo. He was first called Kudo Sukenaga. The family's fortunes fell when Toratoyo lost favor with Nobutora and was killed by him.
Shingen recalled the Kudo brothers, reinstating their lands and permitting the family's restoration. Shingen also formally excused Toratoyo of any wrongdoing and sent a letter of apology and money to the family. Furthermore, the Kudo were given command of 50 cavalry and granted the rank of samurai-taisho. He had been noted for his warm disposition and his equally impressive talents in warfare and administration. He had even been a mentor to the young Katsuyori, Takeda Shingen's fourth son.
These saqmurai armor suits are all handmade, these life sized, fully functional and completely authentic reprocuction Japanese Samurai Armor and helmets are made with authentic methods and materials only. Every suit has been researched and made after private collection, museums or temples of the actual armor. Each piece of armor is made specifically for re-enactors and private collectors that demand authenticity, detail and quality of materials.
Each of the Japanese suits of armor was only worn by the shogun, highest military class, samurai and emperors. Japanese samurai armor and samurai swords are powerful, unique works of art made by talented craftsmen. Each suit of Japanese armor (Kikou), Japanese Helmet (Kabuto) and Japanese Sword (Katana) truly has a soul or chi as well as a personality all of its own that makes it unique. These stunning works of Japanese art are made strictly in the authentic and traditional manner - all by hand and all by highly skilled craftsmen and are now made available for everyone at affordable prices. Our armor has been featured in dozens of movies, tv shows, museums, high profie clients homes, and dojos throughout the world.
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Each Japanese samurai suit is a full sized, fully authentic reproduction of the original armor and comes with everything you see in the photo, which includes the black lacquered display / storage box and display stand holding the armor. These authentic reproductions are made of iron, steel, leather, silk, cotton, brass and other materials that were traditionaly used dorring the Sengoku era in Japan. Abosuletly no plastics, rubber, glue or synthetic material are ever used in the armor. Each armor is full sized, fully functional, combat ready and come pre-fitted for a person who stands between 5' 2" and 6' 3" tall with average body type. The armor can be easly adjusted for a better fit by the owner.
We can sell the armor without the stand for a slight discount and shipping is included in these prices within the US. Some models are in stock and some are shipped forge direct which takes about 3 weeks. Please call 1-877-704-3600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for availability.