Takara is treasure in Japanese. In Japan, treasure is not only a symbol of power, it is said to be congratulatory, auspicious things.
The etymology of treasure θησαυρος (thesauros) is the building to store.
takara of a kanji also expressed the state that a jewel and money are in the house in the same way, and we did the logo design of this kanji.
In Japan we are customs that decorate kabuto on children’s day of May every year. As kabuto are something that the samurai wear to protect, we decorate kabuto to protect our children from disaster and pray for them to grow strongly and healthily.
TAKARA KABUTO is a life-sized 3D-printed kabuto.
TAKARA KABUTO is a decorate item. You can not fight on the battlefield by wearing this.
We designed this kabuto with 3D CAD, output it with a 3D printer, and color it with acrylic paint.
TAKARA KABUTO is made-to-order.
You can order TAKARA KABUTO on the Origamix website, and we will print the kabuto and deliver it to you within 2-3 months. It paints by hand, so there are some differences from the photo.
Yasumasa Sakakibara (1548-1615)
Suji Kabuto with Acala’s sword crest
He was one of the famous samurai who was active as a vassal of Ieyasu Tokugawa.
His kabuto is exist and it is a collection of the Tokyo National Museum. On the front is a Acala’s sword crest. It is said that Acala can change the evil hearts of demons and make them good. This is a sacred sword of Buddhism, often used as a crest of Kabuto.