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Click to enlargeIsyasu Tokugawa 
In Classic Black Armor


leyasu Tokugawa was born in the year of 1543, and was
first named as Matsudaira Takechiyo. He is the son of
Matsudaira Hirotada (1526-1549) - a relatively minor
Mikawa lord.


During the fight between Oda family and his father,
Tokugawa was confined to Kowatari Castle in a place
called Owari. And with the help of Imagawa
Yoshimoto, he returned to Mikawa and set up his own
power step by step.


In 1566, after he defeated the militant Mikawa monto
in march 1564, he petitioned the court to allow him
to change his name and from this point he became

known as leyasu Tokugawa.

comes with 32 moving joint base body
2 diecast metal takana
black battle drees uniform
body armor
mask
helmet and more ...........


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