japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet
japanese samurai helmet

Beautiful Vinateg Samurai Helmet -Made in Japan- Genji Style

Regular price $158.00 $100.00 Sale

Samurai Helmet -Genji Kabuto-


  • Condition : Vintage Condition
    Origin : 100% MADE IN JAPAN
    Material : Metal(IRON)
    Age : Showa
    Weight : approx 3.5Kg(7lb)
    Dimension : approx 31cm x 32cm x 20cm (11.4inch x 11.6inch x 7.8inch)
    Notice 1 : This helmet is not wearable.It's for display only.
    Notice 2 : This helmet does not include the iron stand.Sorry.
  • This Kabuto helmet is not just an inanimate object.
    It contains the essence of the Japanese spirits of sceneries and samurai as portrayed by the movies “Last Samurai” and “Silk”.
    It will be your life long family treasure to keep with you as an interior décor.
    There is no loss of value just because this helmet doesn’t include a mask.
    Actually, the maskless helmets are more popular in Japanese culture.
    Other than those helmets, there is a Kabuto helmet used by Genji, who was under the Japanese imperial family line or the one used by Yamanaka Shikanosuke, who accepted extra obstacles by himself and overcame them no matter how hard they were.
    Yamanaka Shikanosuke was also known for a Moon-God believer.
    All our collections will be your timeless family treasure.

Samurai Helmet


  • The Japanese Kabuto helmet used in Sengoku era is not only functional in combat
    but also attracts people’s attention as a world masterpiece in the field of the applied art.
    The Sengoku generals burned incense inside of their helmets and put a flower on their chests' before going to battle. 
    They were proud of pursuing grace even on the battlefield and carried unbreakable spirits.
    Kabuto helmet explicitly represents the spirit of the samurai.
  • The design of the Kabuto helmet and its accompanying accessories were arranged by individual preferences.
    The Kabuto helmet is decorated with antlers/horns (Kuwagata) and a front crest (Maedate) such as an arranged sword,
    a dragon statue, Myo-oh sculpture, or a statue of Bodhisattva (Bosatsu).
    The attachments on the front represent Shintoism and Buddhism and add significant value to the Kabuto. 
    The helmets on the website were carved by the artisan of Edo-period-specialist, who carried on the tradition. 
    These items are made based on National Treasure-listed masterpieces, and those products include the ones which were manufactured by Takaoka which is known as the largest production center of bronze ware in Japan and has a 350-year history.
    Our products have not only the value of traditional craftsmanship but also as interior decor.
    Once you decorate them in your room, it would support your space with more elegance. Our products will be with you for a long time.




  • This item is usually dispatched within 3 working days of receiving cleared payment.
    All orders are securely packaged and send ECONOMY AIR. It takes about 2weeks to 3weeks.


Terms of Sale


  • Please decide the final judgment for the item value by yourself.
    Most of the items are very old and not mint condition.
    They have age appropriate flaws and rust.
    So, if you are nervous about any flaws and damages, please refrain from bidding on my items.
    Thank you.


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