Japanese Samurai Warlord Kusunoki Masahinge

This military statue depicts Kusunoki Masahinge (1294-1336) whose unswerving loyalty to Emperor Go-Daigo inspired that Emperor to return from exile and try to reclaim rulership over all Japan. This attempt was unfortunately doomed to failure, as the shogunate was simply too strong to be defeated in battle. Masahinge committed ritual suicide, seppuku, after his forces lost the Battle of Minatogawa.
This samurai sculpture stands 13" tall and is available in bronze, painted or ivory finishes; it comes complete with a wooden base.

A non-refundable deposit of 50% of the purchase price of this made-to-order item is charged once your order is received. The remainder is not charged until the item is ready to ship to you. We will send you an email with order details and tracking information once the item ships.

This is a hand-crafted made-to-order item. Please allow up to 6 weeks from the time you order until the item ships.

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Bronze Finish
Bronze Finish
SKU:BWJS-01-B701
Price: $525.00
Ivory Finish
Ivory Finish
SKU:BWJS-01-I701
Price: $525.00
Painted
Painted
SKU:BWJS-01-C701
Price: $775.00