Edo Authentic Samurai Jingasa 43cm Iron Embellished with Mon Emblem and Tassel


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Embark on a journey into the heart of Japanese history with our remarkable Samurai Jingasa from the Edo period. This extraordinary piece, formed from 11 triangular iron plates, not only serves as a testament to the craftsmanship of the time but also encapsulates the essence of the samurai legacy. The unique design of this jingasa features a large leaf tehen kanamono at the top, adding an element of sophistication to its structure. The front is adorned with an emblem, known as a mon, further accentuating the historical significance of this artifact. A carefully attached tassel at the back of the helmet adds a touch of elegance, creating a harmonious blend of form and function. With a diameter of 43cm, this jingasa is not merely a piece of protective gear; it’s a symbolic representation of the samurai’s resilience and honor. The iron plates, skillfully crafted and arranged, showcase the meticulous attention to detail that defines Edo-period craftsmanship. Preserving the cultural heritage of Japan, this Samurai Jingasa invites you to connect with the spirit of the samurai. Each plate tells a story of discipline, loyalty, and the pursuit of excellence that characterized the samurai way of life. As you explore the intricate details of the mon emblem and the overall design, you’re transported to a time when honor and duty were paramount. Display this jingasa proudly in your collection, and let it become a conversation piece that sparks curiosity about the rich tapestry of Japan’s feudal history. Whether you’re a seasoned collector or a newcomer to the world of Japanese artifacts, this Edo-period Samurai Jingasa is a captivating addition that transcends time, inviting you to experience the legacy of the samurai firsthand.

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