Classic Historical Statue - Yukimura Sanada
Unit Price: 45,000JPY
Handling Fee is charged.
We commissioned Mr. Hiromichi Miura, an advisor to The Association for the Research and Preservation of Japanese Helmets and Armor, to research the details of armor used by Yukimura Sanada, a Japanese samurai warrior of the Sengoku period. This resulted in our being able to manufacture a historically accurate and faithful polystone reproduction of Sanada.
Sanada is shown, not in a typical warrior’s fighting pose, but as sitting calmly and resting after the fatigue of battle. Historical fact shows Sanada was suffering from exhaustion at the end of his life. Sitting and holding on to the cross-shaped spear to the very end, Sanada‘s striking pose represents the spirit of this famous warrior about to die in the way of the samurai.
After conducting extensive research on the Sengoku period, Art of War® is proud to present this statue of Yukimura Sanada. This original pose is our interpretation of how he expressed his last moments of life.
Yukimura Sanada was reputed to be the strongest warrior in the Sengoku period. He defeated Tokugawa’s large contingent in Osaka Castle and greatly enhanced his own reputation among the warriors of the day.
In the Summer Siege of Osaka Castle, Sanada set up his army at Chasu-yama and attacked Tokugawa’s army bravely without any fear of death. However, after several fierce battles, he was wounded and exhausted, and was finally killed by Echizen troops in Yasui-Jinjya near Chasu-yama.
According to literature, the image of Sanada is of a very delicate and quiet person, and he was known as being the wisest in the Sanada family. Instead of the brave warrior, we have depicted him as a tired general who is facing his last moment quietly.
Shipping and Handling Cost:
(via EMS only)
Area 1 (Asia) - 4,500 JPY
Area 2 (North America, Mideast, Oceania) - 5,700 JPY
Area 3 (EU Countries) - 6,400 JPY
Area 4 (South America, Africa) - 9,500 JPY
*The image is phototype only.
|Unit Price||45,000 JPY|
|Product Size||W145mm x D145mm x H320mm (including the base and spear)|
|Attachments||box, nameplate "眞田幸村"|
|Estimated Delivery Date||20 business days after the confirmation of order.|
|Originated & Manufactured||KENSIN Co, Ltd/Made in Japan|
|Released Date||November, 2014|
|Copy Right||©KENSIN Co; LTD|