Five pieces of black lacquer body tool Masamune Date warlord statue
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Weight 3000g
Width 300mm
Height 320mm
Depth 510mm
Oshu Leading Daimyo ・ “Dokuganryu” Date Masamune
<br /> Accurate verification and advanced art sculpture technology perfectly reproduce the male figure of Masamune, the commander.
<br /> At the age of 18, he succeeded the family of the Date family, and within a few years, Masamune Date, who rose to Oshu's lead daimyo with the strength of bamboo shoots.

It was created as a statue of a dashing warlord who commanded himself on the battlefield, following a fierce battle from a young age.

Date Masamune survived by skillful bargaining through the days of the world-class Hideyoshi Toyotomi, and was subsequently heavily used by Ieyasu Tokugawa, laying the foundation for the current prosperity of Sendai.

In addition, Date Corps destroyed the Yusho and Motoji Goto (Matabei) squadron in the Battle of Osaka Natsujin (Battle of Domyoji), and then clashed with Sanada Yukimura Corps, who was said to be the strongest in Sengoku. Fought a fierce battle worthy of decorating the end of.

Date Masamune is a skilled military and political talent, and at the same time is famous as one of the best educators of the Sengoku era.

He excels at Kodo, Waka, and Noh, and his high aesthetic is called "Date (a stylish and stylish man)" and remains in the present age.

Date comes from the fact that the Date family's brilliant black and gold military weapons attracted the attention of Kyoto people during the service of Korean soldiers.

Wearing a black armor for the whole body, the outfit that emphasizes the prosperity of the Kim Crescent Moon is exactly the same as the beauty of Azuchi Momoyama.

The beauty of Date's military weapons is that it extrudes a fluttering gold crescent (placket) in the jet-black equipment to highlight its beauty.

The placket uses real gold leaf to reproduce the more authentic brilliance.

Masamune taking command with an iron whip
<br /> The outfit that stands out from the front of the Kim crescent moon, keeping the whole body in black armor, has inherited the beauty of Azuchi Momoyama.

In the main statue, the armor costume, which can be said to be the convergence of Date's aesthetic sense, is accurately reproduced in detail.

The color finish reflects the darkness of the armor, the gold of the placket (this gold leaf specification), the red of the garment, and the aesthetic sense of Azuchi Momoyama.

The appearance of holding a sharp iron whip gives the sharp impression of Masamune, who opened a hole in the old state of Oshu.

Metal was used for the placket of the iron whip and the crescent moon to express its sharpness.

Texture reproduction
<br /> The difficulty in producing this statue lies in the reproduction of the texture of each place.

Even though it is a bit of armor, its material is various, such as iron, cloth, leather, lacquer. Except for a part, this work is reproduced using a single material called polystone (artificial stone), so it is especially conscious of the difference in texture such as metal parts, cloth, leather, lacquer, and subtle shine and texture by handwork Is given.

This creates a sense of presence as if you could even hear the sound of the armor.

Crescent placket
<br /> The beauty of Date's military clothing is that it extrudes a single shining gold crescent moon in jet-black equipment and dares to emphasize that beauty.

By using genuine gold leaf for the fly, we have reproduced the real shine.

Communicate the appearance of warlords in Japanese armor to future generations
<br /> Uno Unno has been studying Sengoku daimyo with Sengoku daimyo for more than 30 years, and based on his research on armor during the Sengoku period, has been producing statues that reproduce the standing with armor outfits as accurately as possible.

Japanese armor combines the beauty and functionality unique to each daimyo with no other country, and is more spiritual than armor.

Japanese military commanders expressed their beliefs and aesthetics in helmets with unique shapes and in gorgeous colors such as black, red, and gold, and were just on the battlefield as costumes to die brilliantly.

Taking on the battlefield with prominent costumes reflects the unique Japanese samurai's aesthetics of life and death, who believe in dying on the battlefield without fear of death.

Daimyo in the Sengoku Period who had the authority to decide everything, killed and killed, pioneered the way and created a country.

It reproduces the immersive appearance of the daimyo in how they survived the Sengoku, with accurate evidence and excellent modeling aesthetics.

[Work specifications]

Product size: width 32 x depth 30 x height 51 (about cm)

Material: Polystone (partly metal, polyurethane, special resin, metal, gold leaf, string)

Weight: about 3kg
<br /> Accessories: Special makeup box, Standing card "Inscription 5 pieces of body foot Masamune Date" (Approx. length 12 x 4.5 cm width)