Musha Ningyo Warrior Doll Meiji period.
“Musha Ningyo” refers to warrior dolls in Japanese culture. “Musha” translates to warrior, and “Ningyo” translates to doll. These dolls are traditional Japanese dolls that depict samurai or other warriors in elaborate armor and clothing.
Musha Ningyo dolls are often made with meticulous attention to detail, featuring intricate designs and vibrant colors. They are crafted using various materials such as wood, silk, paper, and sometimes metal. The dolls may be posed in dynamic stances, holding weapons or engaged in martial arts poses.
These dolls have cultural and historical significance, representing the admiration for the samurai spirit and martial values in Japanese history. They are not just decorative items but also serve as symbols of strength, courage, and tradition.
This is a wonderful doll and well made the details are great.
General Doll Made year 1897
Doll Master Made by Heizō Oki
This is a general doll made in the Meiji era!
Size: General doll high 38cm