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Armadura ligada ao clã Shimazu

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Gusoku-Type Armor Japan, 18th century The Metropolitan Museum of Art "The workmanship of this armor and its materials are all of the highest quality. It includes the kusazuri (skirt) with an extremely rare color scheme of silk lacings in red, yellowish-green, black, and white. The mon, in the form of three whirling commas (mitsudomoe mon) is that of the Okabe family, feudal lords of Kishiwada (present-day Kishiwada City, Osaka Prefecture). The armor is signed on the inside of the helmet: ...

Munatori butsudō gusoku, Japan, end of Edo period (1750-1850)#JapaneseDecorativeArt

Shu urushi iro kawari kabuto saiga bachi gyorin ni-mai dou gusoku

Samurai Kabuto, or simply Kabuto, the helmet of samurai, is said to be the most important, creative and valuable part of the entire Japanese armor, skillfully crafted by specialized smiths. Samurai of high rank would normally spend a huge amount of money. First used by ancient Japanese warriors, and in later periods, Kabuto became an important part of the traditional Japanese armor in feudal Japan.