Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, TOYOTOMI HIDEYOSHI, 10 cm
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The kabuto (兜, 冑) is the traditional helmet of Japanese armor, used by the samurai.
Toyotomi Hideyoshi (豊 臣 秀吉, March 17, 1537 - September 18, 1598) is the second of the three unifiers of Japan during the Sengoku period: Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu.
Daimyō, he lived during the Muromachi (室町時代, 1336-1573) and Azuchi Momoyama (安 土 桃山 時代, 1573-1600) periods. The term Momoyama ("peach hill") comes from the place where he built his last castle. He had his own story written during his lifetime until 1592. From humble origins, he achieved absolute power over the whole of Japan by unifying it and trying to pacify it.
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