Oda Nobunaga was the first of the three warlords who tried to unify Japan in the time of the devastating civil wars of the 16th century. Even though he couldn't do it, he gained a place in the country's history and the Gingado Oda Nobunaga Helmet allows you to display a piece of that history on your shelf. This replica of Nobunaga's helmet measuring 14.5 x 19.5 x 12.5 cm (5.7 x 7.6 x 4.9") truly enhances your space and becomes a unique conversation starter.
This isn't a toy, mind you! The Gingado Oda Nobunaga Helmet is made in the city of Takaoka in Toyama Prefecture in the western part of Japan, using metallurgy techniques that have been part of the area's craftsmanship traditions for the last 400 centuries! Furthermore, it's been created by Gingado, which specializes in Buddhist statues, so the attention to detail on everything is staggering, from the crest to the cords and the purple zabuton cushion. Even Nobunaga himself would agree!
Specs and Features:
- Dimensions: 14.5 x 19.5 x 12.5 cm (5.7 x 7.6 x 4.9")
- Materials: zinc alloy, die-cast brass, gold plating
- Comes with display cushion
- Made in Toyama Prefecture's Takaoka using traditional metallurgy craftsmanship
- Made by Buddhist statue maker Gingado