Samurai Kabuto- Tokugawa


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The kabuto(samurai helmet) of Tokugawa Leyasu is immortalized in miniature, perfect to decorate your home or office, and display for Kodomo no hi (Children’s Day) on May 5th to wish health and success for children. The front motif of his kabuto consists of ferns and a fearsome face. ferns. Since it is evergreen, the fern is regarded as symbol of longevity and prosperity.

Tokugawa Leyasu (徳川 家康 1543-1616)
He was the third and final unifier of Japan and ended Sengoku Period. As the founder and the first Shogun of the Tokugawa, he brought three hundred years of peace and tranquility to war-torn Japan.
Ieyasu is perhaps best known for his patience. When he was a child, he was a hostage for the Imagawa Clan to stabilize his clan’s survival. He learned to keep himself alive by supplication and keeping out of sight.
When compared to the other two unifiers, Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Leyasu is generally described as “Slow and steady”. He looked at his surroundings carefully and never missed an opportunity.

Size: H. 6.5cm x W. 8cm
Material: zinc alloy
Made in Takaoka-shi, Japan

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Samurai Kabuto- Tokugawa
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