LWH = 62cm(24.4in.) x 43cm(16.9in.) x 57cm(22.4in.)
Samurai Helmet, Kenshin Uesugi – Kurama, Kids Wearable
This Samurai Helmet is replica of a famous Samurai warrior, Kenshin Uesugi (1530-1578).
Kenshin Uesugi is the sixteenth head of the Uesugi clan who clashed with several prominent figures of the era within his region of influence, Echigo. He is famous for being masterful in war and for his devout worship of Bishamonten, the Buddhist god of war. After his death, he is known under several nicknames which include the Avatar of Bishamonten, Dragon of Echigo, and the God of War.
Motif of the head ornament (crest) is the Sun and the Crescent Moon, which is a distinct feature of Kenshin’s armor. Elaborated decorations are made on the crest, which makes this helmet sophisticated.
On the wing-like or ear-like projections at each side of the helmet (called “Fukikaeshi”), symbolic creatures of tiger (a symbol of bravery and wisdom) and dragon glaring at each other are drawn.
Powerful dragon is also drawn on the wallpaper at backside of the helmet case.
The majestic design of this Samurai helmet is suitable for the strong samurai warrior like Kenshin Uesugi.
His family crest is decorated on side skirts (called “Fukikaeshi”) with gorgeous decorations.
On the wallpaper at backside of the helmet case, roaring tiger (a symbol of bravery and wisdom) is drawn, wishing your kids grow up strong and tough.
Powerful design of this Samurai helmet is suitable for the strong samurai warrior like Kenshin Uesugi.
The helmet is designed with base colors of black and gold, which gives gorgeous taste.
The helmet is in a durable hexagonal acrylic case. You can take is out from the case and display without it.
Bow and sword made of resin is included with this item.
This product is all handmade by Japanese artisans.
Case dimensions: LWH = 62cm(24.4in.) x 43cm(16.9in.) x 57cm(22.4in.)
This size is relatively large among our product line, so it’s good enough if you’re looking for one which have presence.
The helmet is big and light enough for kids to put on.
People in Japan display Samurai armours or Samurai helmets (those are called “Gogatsu Ningyo” or “Musha Ningyo” meaning Samurai warrior dolls) in their houses, wishing for the boys to grow to be strong and wise.
Why don’t you take a pic of your kid wearing Samurai helmet?