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*Coming Soon* Dragon In Dreams DID Palm Hero Series 1/12 Scale Japan Samurai Takeda Shingen XJ80013

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Dragon In Dreams DID Palm Hero Series 1/12 Scale Japan Samurai Takeda Shingen XJ80013

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Brief Introduction

After 15 years, Palm Hero (DID) is relaunching the Japan Samurai Series, in 1/12 scale. The first shoot is the legendary Takeda Shingen!

Takeda Shingen was a pre-eminent daimyo from Kai Province in Sengoku period of Japan. Known as the “Tiger of Kai”, he was one of the most powerful daimyōs with competent military leadership and great domestic skill.

With his iconic thick eyebrows, wise and firm eyes and wide nose on the headsculpt, we have brought Takeda Shingen to live. He comes with his dedicated beautiful samurai uniform. Black kimono is wrapped inside the gold hakama by an obi. A red jinbaori is on the top of the armor. Full set of armor consists of helmet, facial armor, chest armor, shoulder armor, armor sleeve, thigh armor, and shin armor . All armors are finely crafted. His war banner contains the famous phrase Fū-Rin-Ka-Zan (“Wind, Forest, Fire, Mountain”), taken from Sun Tzu’s The Art of War. The metal katana with scabbard and beautifully-made accessories like war fan, folding stool, case and armor stand are also included in the figure.

If you like our 1/6 scale Japan Samurai Series, you have to get this 1/12 scale now!

Full Part List

Base:
1 Super realistic headsculpt
2 1/12 Palm Hero Series body
3 Eight palms

Outfits
4 Black kimono (black shirt)
5 Hakama (pleated trousers)
6 Red jinbaori (surcoat)
7 Obi (belt)
8 Waraji (sandals)

Armor:
9 Helmet
10 Facial armor
11 Chest armor
12 Shoulder armor
13 Armor sleeve
14 Thigh armor
15 Shin armor

Accessories
16 Samurai war banner with pole (metal) and stand
17 Samurai war fan
18 Folding stool
19 Tiger stripe mat
20 Sword holder
21 Case
22 Armor stand

Weapon
23 Katana sword with scabbard (metal)