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M120 - samouraï, xvis

M120 - Samouraï, XVIs

ref. EK Castings Zinnfigur M120

EK castings M120 - Samourai, XVIs
In the campaign, a samurai usually carried a servant. At the same time, some items were an integral part of the equipment of each warrior, both in the campaign and in combat. Among these items, the most important was the rice ration. The cooked and dried rice was poured into a long bag, which was bandaged in such a way that the whole volume was divided into separate daily portions. This bag was worn on the shoulders and tied behind the back. A duffel bag was worn on the belt, in which were stored dishes for food and drink, change of linen, cords for repairing armor, spare sandals. In the officers, its contents were supplemented with paper and tassels for writing. In different places under the cuirass or on top of it wore a purse for money, a bag for handkerchiefs and a pouch for medicines and antidotes. Sometimes they wore a bag with additional provisions (cheese, pickled plums, chilli). Behind him was a mat of rice straw. Another very important part of the equipment was a head bag (cubibukuro), made from a net and designed to carry the head of a noble enemy. A jar, made of dried pumpkin or a large bamboo section, was hung to the belt. The equipment included ropes of various lengths and purposes: for binding a prisoner, tethering a horse, a boat, etc.
In the 16th century, as a recognition mark, a small rectangular flag (sashimono) appears, inserted into a wooden tube, a cuirass reinforced on the pinnacle.
This samurai is dressed in "modern armor" in the style of okegawa-do. The Breastplate of this type consists of riveted metal strips without using traditional lacing. The rest of the armor items are laced in light blue. The armor and helmet are covered in rust-colored varnish. Since there is an arquebus in service, the equipment includes a flask, a bag for bullets and a wick of a wick. On white sashimono the monster of a family of Honda is represented.

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