During Japan's civil war period that took up the second half of the 15th century and the whole of the 16th, there were three great generals and feudal lords that had the vision of not only winning over the others but also ending the war and unifying the country. The first of those three was Oda Nobunaga, who died before seeing his dream come true but who remains one of Japan's most important historical figures. Now, with the Samurai Helmet Bottle Cap Oda Nobunaga, you can pay a small tribute to the man who dreamed of Japan as we know it today!
The Samurai Helmet Bottle Cap Oda Nobunaga is a miniature of Nobunaga's kabuto, the helmet he wore when guiding his troops in the 16th century. Every detail has been reproduced perfectly by craftspeople who specialize in samurai armor (yes, they still exist!). Even though it is supposed to be a novelty item for capping your bottles of wine and so on, it actually is a beautiful decorative object that comes with its own stand for showing off to your friends. At 14 x 14 x 9 cm (5.5 x 5.5 x 3.5"), it won't even take up much space!
Specs and Features:
- Based on helmet of Oda Nobunaga
- Dimensions: 14 x 14 x 9 cm (5.5 x 5.5 x 3.5")
- Materials: brass, aluminum, etc.
- Comes with acrylic display stand and paulownia wood box