Buy Traditional Japanese Dolls and Miniature Samurai War Armor Online

Japanese traditional dolls: Mataro Doll Japanese traditional dolls: Mataro Doll
Kanabayashi Mataro II

He has proved the true heir of Kimekomi dolls by Kamigamo shrine. Kanabayashi Mataro II publishes a large numbers of dolls. read the history of the biography of Mataro II.


Mataro Doll top sellers

Hagoromo
Hagoromo

Seien
Seien

Maiko
Maiko


Traditional dolls by Mataro

Girl's Festival dolls by Mataro

>> A numbers of products can be ordered individually.

Doll making kit

Doll making kit >> Doll making kit

Icchu KATO
Icchu KATO

KATO Icchu is the only artisan who is able to create real armors and helmets according to the Japanese historical evidences. Icchu has worked on a lot of repairing and reproducing armors. read the history of the biography of Icchu KATO.


Icchu top sellers

1/3 War helmet
1/3 War helmet

1/4 War helmet
1/4 War helmet

1/4 Scarlet armor
1/4 Scarlet armor


Miniature armor & helmets by Icchu Kato

Columns

The doll makers of Mataro The certain techniques of Mataro artisans is what we proud the best. You can read the passion of Mataro artisans here.


How to make a Kimekomi dolls Kimekomi dolls of Mataro are made accurately to the traditional techniques from the beginning to the end. Read how to make a Mataro doll.


History of Kimekomi dolls The history of Kimekomi dolls started 260 year ago at Kamigamo Shrine in Kyoto. Read more details.


Bits of knowledge If you're worried about taking care of Japanese dolls or curious about Japanese doll's custom, read some columns about those knowledge.


How to make a War helmet Icchu is one of the traditional Japanese armor makers, which now remain around 10 people in Japan. Read how he makes a war helmet.



Japanese traditional dolls: Mataro Doll