Kabuto helmet ornament of the great Damyos of feudal Japan in ceramic, DATE MASAMUNE, 8.3 cm
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The kabuto (兜, 冑) is the traditional helmet of Japanese armor, used by the samurai.
Date Masamune (伊達 政 宗, Date Masamune, September 5, 1567 - June 27, 1636) was one of the daimyos who ruled the Tōhoku region of Japan. For a time close to Christians, Masamune is known for a number of things that make him an original personality of the time, most notably his famous kabuto adorned with a huge asymmetrical half moon. He is sometimes nicknamed "Dokuganryū" (独眼龍, "the one-eyed dragon").
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