Japanese Home Decor
For anyone seeking to immortalize a piece of Japanese history and culture within the confines of their own home, they need look no further than the Japanese home decor section of Medieval Collectibles. This category features a broad array of items that feature Japanese influence and styling that make for great decorations to dot about your home or personal space. Here you'll find all manner of decor items, including several statues that depict a number of warriors and warlords that feature an oriental theme. Among the statues are famous and infamous figures, including the likes of the well-known ninja and samurai. These Japanese decor items come in a variety of sizes to ensure that there is always just enough space available for a themed statue or other decor item. And given that these Japanese decor items can be either simple or grand, they are perfect for either decorating themed rooms, acting as collector's items, adding a Japanese influence to an enthusiast's personal space, or serving as a gift to someone who just loves Japanese culture.
Lu Bu and Diao Chan is a stunningly detailed piece. It features a warrior and his lady on horseback. The knight holds a spear in his right arm, and the reins with his left. This statue is hand painted and made from cold cast resin.
Zhang Fei by Kimiya Massago is a stunningly detailed piece. This statue features a warrior in battle on horseback. This statue has been hand painted and is made from cold cast resin. Zhang Fei by Kimiya Massago would make a great gift.
Three Kingdoms Zhu Geliang by Kimiya Massago features a man standing inside the tangles of a dragon. The dragon holds a crystal ball in between his massive teeth. This statue measures 14 inches and is made of hand painted cold cast resin.
Ninja were masters of combat. In many ways, their dedication to the art of combat parallels closely with the samurai. A ninja was expected to be a master of many weapons, and our Katana Ninja Statue demonstrates this.
The sword was an important part of samurai life, serving as a badge of office and pledge of loyalty. Often, it was considered to be a part of his soul, and the Way of the Sword Samurai Statue shows how a warrior respects his blade.
For all their fabled skill, the battles between samurai were no less harsh or different than battles between knights in Europe. This Battling Samurai Warriors Statue depicts samurai as they clash and lock blades during a conflict.
The daisho pair, consisting of the katana and the wakizashi, was long a companion to all Samurai, but it was Miyamoto Musashi who pioneered the use of two swords at once, demonstrated in this Nito Ichi Samurai Warrior Statue.
One stroke of the sword is sometimes all a warrior needs. This Downstroke Samurai Warrior Statue depicts one of Japans legendary elite as he brings his sword swiftly down, leaving enemies that he might have faced defeated and gone.
The act of drawing a sword, to the samurai, was very important. They had martial arts devoted to it! This Drawing Samurai Warrior Statue depicts one moment when the samurai begins to unsheathe his blade to enter combat.
Few elements from Japanese culture have pervaded common culture so extensively as the geisha, the traditional female hostess and entertainer. The Fan Dance Geisha Statue displays one elegant lady mid-motion in dance.
Few elements from Japanese culture have pervaded common culture so extensively as the geisha, the traditional female hostess and entertainer. The Parasol Geisha Statue displays one elegant lady with her parasol.
Few elements from Japanese culture have pervaded common culture so extensively as the geisha, the traditional female hostess and entertainer. The Japanese Geisha Statue displays one such figure in her elegant garb.