Oda Nobunaga's unification of Japan's policy


The genius person or the talented person is able to find with the change of era. Oda Nobunaga, the most well known samurai general of the Sengoku Period swept the whole of Japan with his brand new thinking and bold military tactics.He was the one who helped in the unification of Japan.

Oda Nobunaga was a genius person who brought Japan in a turning point with his leadership skills. He brought leadership skills to Japan for more than 400 years. Even the modern people in Japan get attracted to him. In modern era, Oda Nobunaga will be the perfect leadership person to remove the violent of the modern era. We have started to make the sculptures of him with the feeling that his strategic thinking will remain forever. There is reproduction of the real image of Oda Nobunaga which can be preserved for more than 15 years from now on.


Big Number Six Heavenly Deity


Life and Death- The power of the warring period of warriors in the Sengoku Period resembles the complete absolute and modern people.
Due to the full power in hand, there was extension of evolution and was close to the existence.


  [Modeling Production ] Kensin Co. Ltd’s modeling
  workshop


  It was founded in 1997 as a professional three dimensional modeling.
  In order to make the highly reputed and faithful production of historical
  figure of Sengoku Period, all these work is based on the historical    
  research.Most of the warlord’s images, creative helmets and armor,
  the Buddhism art, all these kinds of the fine arts are produced to offer
  to the overseas poeple.

  The Japan’s Azuchi Momoyama Period such as “tea ceremony” and
  “wall paintings” nobility fine arts be consistent uncommon in the era.
  Oda Nobunaga is a fine art, also he is a mentor of religion.

  He is a great emperor to and his presence is of great importance.All the
  three dimensional sculpture of Sengoku Period (Oda Nobunaga) is made
  especially for the future generations.In order to make a documentary of
  the history of armor, the reproduction of Oda Nobunaga is the first step
  to make the documents of the history.



  (Development and Co-operation for Oda Nobunaga)
  Profile of Mr. Hiromichi Miura, Advisor and Prior
  Managing Director


  The Association for the Research and Preservation of Japanese
  Helmets and Armor.

  Mr. Miura has conducted research on armor worn by Oda Nobunaga, a
  Japanese samurai warrior of the Sengoku Period. His research enabled
  us to recreate a set of armor in 1/4 scale that is identical in every way
  in the real armor of the day. In researching the actual armor worn
  (Barbarian Body Armor) by Oda Nobunaga; we found there was reliable
  historical information left from the era, so instead we examined the
  armor that was worn by the generals from the Tokugawa Leyasu, to
  which Oda Nobunaga belonged. Based on that, we were able to
  complete this realistic and representative piece of workmanship.




During the Sengoku Period, southern European traders visiting Japan gave their hosts samples of Spanish and Portuguese armor.
Japanese armor makers incorporated features from the European armor, and then went on to develop improved designs that included innovative features such as high quality metal protection plating.
This high-quality armor was duly named Namban Kabuto – Namban being a reference to Southern Europeans - and was worn only by the high ranking samurai generals in the Senkoku Period.
The quality of the armor was representative of the high status of the samurai generals.






“Nobunaga’s expression”

  The real look of the inner and hidden part of (Oda Nobunaga)’s full expression is reproduced with more elaboration.




"Insertion of Barbarian armor’s face guard"

 The Barbarian armor is made up of thick metal plate which did not have joints and was unable to make in the warring state period by the armor’s technology in Japan.




"The Matchlock Gun"

 This gun was used by Oda Nobunaga during his battles in the 16th century to defeat the Takeda Army.
The Matchlock Gun was reproduced faithfully and among many warriors in the warring state period.
In the warring state period, he holds the matchlock gun and he tried to change the fighting style. Due to the use of his gun, the whole country series was under his eyes. The form of raising gun was quite reasonable and he liked the reform. This was the symbol of the great warrior Oda Nobunaga.


"An elaboration of thin chain details"

 The armor was made very perfectly and the finishing details of the modeling are prepared in a very high quality. More than the appearance of gun, the armor was made making the movement of freedom. All the materials such as iron, cloth, leather, texture of armors and various parts are faithfully reproduced.




(Technique of kneading wood)

Through this wood kneading technique, the significance of color and texture was added as a lacquer.
In the material, there is a special combination of wood and it is mixed up.
Due to this, it not only helps to bring the color but also helps in bringing the natural and tasteful color
and shades like the iron rust.
Also, the layers made by polishing also originate the shiny in the armor.
The molding, assembling and the finishing touch of the whole process is done by hand by the craftsman.
Due to the more effort and time spent by the craftsman in reproduction, the clear profundity can be seen
in this item.


The material is called polystone, which is quite close to the hard object (stone). Due to the repeat of
adding polystone, the quality of metal can be reproduced.


In order to bring the texture in the armor, it is polished. In order to tie the string, one production time
takes almost more than 30 hours. This shows our craftsman put much effort and in reproduction process.
In the production, all the work is done by hand by craftsman.


All the coloring and decoration is done by the skillful craftsman one by one by hand.


(Mantle; White pigment finishing)

In order to bring the texture like the cloth in the mantle, the finish up is done by the white pigmentation
in the surface.
The mantle brings the expression of the cloth fluttering in the windThe white pigmentation is the traditional
material in which shell’s clam is crumbled and made powder which can be dissolved easily.
In the production of Japanese dolls, these kinds of materials are used in the production.


The coloring of the mantle is felt like it will be reserved in eyes for a very long time.
The appreciation of more than ten years is also not tiresome.
This item is able to keep in the room for decoration.
 
     

    Material: Polystone

  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.





This item is all hand made and the item is kept in an exclusive box which is also used for the storage of the item.
There item includes serial number. (No. 1- No. 50)


Product Information


Unit Price: 200,000 JPY (tax excluded)
Attachments: Name Stand, Exclusive box (can be used for storage)
Size: W21XD33XH45 (including base)
Originated & Manufactured by: Japan/Kensin Co., LTD
Net Weight: 4 kg

   




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