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Osafune Sword Museum Edo period o-yoroi style armor.

Osafune Sword Museum Edo period o-yoroi style armor.

Bear Fur Gusoku. Momoyama period, 17th Century. 熊毛植二枚胴具足 時代: 桃山時代_17c -Tokyo National Museum-

Bear Fur Gusoku. Momoyama period, 17th Century. 熊毛植二枚胴具足 時代: 桃山時代_17c -Tokyo National Museum-

Suit of Armor 1700-1799 Edo Period Japan David Owsley Museum of Art

fashionsfromhistory: Suit of Armor Edo Period Japan David Owsley Museum of Art

Edo period Ecchu (Etchu) zunari kabuto, hon iyozane gusoku, Black lacquered leather covered iron, hon iyozane maru dou. This armor was used by Higo Kumamoto Han Hosokawa Family.

This armor was used by Higo Kumamoto Han Hosokawa Family.

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Composite Gusoku by Myochin Nobuiye and Myochin Shikibu Muneakira. Late Muromachi and Edo Period, early 16th and 18th century. Helmet signed Myochin Nobuiye, do signed Myochin Shikibu Muneakira,  Sixty two plate russet iron suji bachi with a tosei mabisashi covered in sakura gawa The tatami do of russet iron plates joined by mail, the three main front plates riveted together and engraved with Fudo and his two acolytes Kongara Doji and Seitaka Doji, on the upper right is a tameshi bullet…

Composite Gusoku by Myochin Nobuiye and Myochin Shikibu Muneakira. Late Muromachi and Edo Period, early and century. Helmet signed Myochin Nobuiye, do signed Myochin Shikibu Muneakira, The.

Blue-Laced Edo Period Samurai Armor,  hanada ito odoshi yoroi.  Although this armor was made in the Edo Period (1603-1868), it harkens back to a 14th century style of armor. As there really wasn't a need for practical battlefield armor during the great peace of the Edo period, older armor styles became back in vogue, like a fashion statement for parades and ceremonies. This piece can be found at the Takatsuki Castle Ruin Historical Museum in Takatsuki, Osaka.

Blue-Laced Edo Period Samurai Armor, hanada ito odoshi yoroi. Although this armor was made in the Edo Period (1603-1868), it harkens back to a 14th century style of armor. As there really wasn't a need for practical battlefield armor during the great peace of the Edo period, older armor styles became back in vogue, like a fashion statement for parades and ceremonies. This piece can be found at the Takatsuki Castle Ruin Historical Museum in Takatsuki, Osaka.

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