Armor, Japan, Edo period, 19th century

Japan Armor
Edo period, 19th century


It is a Gomai-Do Tosei Gusoku, that is an armor with cuirass in five sections, firm [shoulder straps] and cheeks [sleeves]; it is made up of plates held in place by silk rivets. Features a sujibachi kabuto [helmet] with 16 plates, equipped with a five-tiered shikoro [samurai neck guard] and hambo [face mask].

Entirely lacquered in black.

Dimensions: 169 x 75 x 56 cm (with mannequin)

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