When people think samurai, the legendary Japanese warriors that correspond roughly to the European knights, the image they have in mind comes mostly from the Kamakura period, which lasted from 1185 to 1333. During that time, the warrior class started running the country and it was the first time that the word "shogun" (general) entered the language. The Plamax Kamakura Period Samurai 1/12 Model is a way to bring to life part of that incredible era.
The level of detail in the Plamax Kamakura Period Samurai 1/12 Model is astonishing: it is like you are having a real Kamakura-era samurai in front of you, yelling a battle cry, and ready to pierce his opponents with his sword. Even the technique he is about to deploy is martially correct, meaning that its creator, MaxFactory, put a lot of research in it. So get your nippers, scissors, and a bottle of glue and start assembling this amazing figure. To make it more lifelike, you can add color using standard acrylic paints!
Specs and Features:
- Scale: 1/12
- Dimensions (assembled): 51 x 25 x 130 mm (2 x 1 x 5.1")
- Scissors, nippers, and glue required