Though styles changed throughout Japanese history, samurai helmets almost always came with facial armor designed to intimidate the enemy. Fashioned into distorted mustachioed grimaces meant to depict demons, evil spirits, or devils, these helmets were sure to throw anyone a little off balance. The top of the helmet was often a bowl shape with wings that swept up on each side, sometimes with antlers or crescents protruding from the front. You, too, can look as fearsome as a ruthless samurai with our samurai helmets. Made by the skilled metalsmiths at Hanwei, each helmet is a museum quality replica of real archeological finds. Our Date Masamune Kabuto is inspired by the famous warrior himself, arguably the most well-known and legendary samurai of all time. Our riotous red Takeda Shingen Kabuto is based on a museum piece, part of a line of matching swords. Whether you're searching for something to complete your samurai costume or just want a stunning conversation piece, you need look no further than our range of samurai helmets.