This statue shows Sanada,sitting atop his horse, as the lead general
at the start of the summer campaign during the Siege of Osaka.
After 14 long years in exile following the Battle of Sekigahara, under
orders from Hideyoshi, Sanada was finally able to go into battle and
fulfill his duty as a samurai warrior.
With its delicate and vivid color representation, the detail modeling
gives the statue a vibrant realism that almost bestows it a life of its
own. For the last 20 years', Kensin Co., LTD has continually led the
way in researching and recreation of samurai warrior figures from
the Sengoku Period of Warring States. We are the only company
with the specialist knowhow to excel in creating products to these
exacting quality standards.
Polystone is a compound made up largely of polyurethane resin
mixed with powdered stone additives that give it added weight and
the porcelain or "stone-like" feel that results in the materials'
name itself. Compared with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or acrylonitrile
butadiene styrene (ABS), polystone is durable and highly effective
at maintaining a sharp paint finish.
Product Name: Historical Equestrian Statue- Sanada Yukimura's Last Stand at Osaka Castle
Size: H210×W160×D110mm (including spear and base)
Limited Manufacture to 100 pcs
Net Weight: 580 gm
Attachment: Base, Package case and namestand
Created & Manufactured by: KENSIN Co., LTD/Made in Japan
The distinct and strongly colored helmet is accentuated with
deer antlers that have been reproduced as close to the real
thing as possible.
Working with a head part a width of less than 10mm, our
craftsmen have created a facial expression using skilled coloring
techniques.Particularly, we trained our artisans to carefully paint
The helmet and sleeves are painted in a red color that results in a metallic look.
The gauntlet and the mesh of the chain have also been authentically replicated.
Every individual in this series has been meticulously painted to give it that grimy realistic "battlefield"
Elegant gold is decorated on top of the red chest armor.
The thigh and shin armor pieces are painted in minute detail to emphasize the difference between them.
Overall, the great care and thoroughness taken in the molding and painting processes exudes the feeling
of real armor.
The molding used for the horse emphasizes steeds of ancient Japan,rather than modern thoroughbreds,
resulting in a more relaistic look of the time.
The muscles have been skillfully replicated to show the intensity of the horse's movement frozen into a
Atop his steed, Sanada Yukimura holds the cross-shaped spear.
The weight of this historic battle bears down on him.