Edo OWARIHAN Samurai Yoroi Armor Kabuto 28Plate MYOCHIN
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Authentic EDO Period (17th-18th century) 28 Plate MYOCHIN School Kabuto - OWARI-han (Fiefdom) Samurai Gusoku Set
This exemplary gusoku set belongs to the Owari Domain (Owari- han)which was a feudal domain of Japan in the Edo period. Located in what is now the western part of Aichi Prefecture, it encompassed parts of Owari, Mino, and Shinano Provinces. Its headquarters were at Nagoya Castle. At its peak, it was rated at 619,500 koku, and was the largest holding of the Tokugawa clan apart from the shogunal lands. The daimyo of Owari was Tokugawa-Owari family, the first in rank among the gosanke. The domain was also known as Nagoya Domain.
The set comes with its original box and has signatures by its maker on the back of the kote as well by Norimune. Shipping via EMS will be included in sale price./p>
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