Yoroi and Kabuto (Armor) : Mumei(unsigned) | Japanese Sword Online Museum
Yoroi and Kabuto (Armor)(Nihon Kacchu Shigaku Kenkyukai estimation paper) Mei (signature) : Mumei(unsigned) Period : Edo Period Yoroi and Kabuto (Armor) Mei (signature) : Mumei(unsigned) Period : Edo Period Kabuto : Iron 62 plates kabuto ?Fukikaeshi : Iron plate Shikoro ...
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Kyoto Armor is making armor in Kyoto, Japan. Samurai used to fight in armor, but it has been reborn as a craft called Kazarikacchu by a traditional craftsman. * Yoroi is called Armor or Katchu in Japanese.
Japan's Wonderfully Strange Samurai Helmets
In Japanese, they're called "kawari kabuto" (変わり兜), which is often translated as "unusual helmets." They're some of the most interesting head armor you'll ever see.