A helmet gallantly adorned with deer antlers and the six mon coin crest on the front and sides. It is coated in crimson lacquer to match the rest of the set. Part of a traditional armour set known as Tosei—gusoku in Japanese, this armour was said to have belonged to Sanada Yukimura, who was awarded the title of Last Great General of the Warring States after dying a courageous and glorious death at the end of a valiant defensive campaign during the summer Siege of Osaka. Yukimura, covered in wounds from head to toe, fought through waves of enemy soldiers before attacking Tokugawa leyasu, however his attempt ended in failure, and it is believed he succumbed to a shower of bullets. The armour set includes a tabard worn by Yodogimi that features a design modelled after the Japanese milk vetch plant, which symbolized reprieve from suffering.
Upper body armour featuring a sturdy double—plated design and carvings on the sides. It is coated in crimson lacquer to match the rest of the set.
Bamboo gauntlets with minimal protrusions to aid in the handling of weapons. They are coated in crimson lacquer.
Lower body armour consisting of large tassets and thigh guards. It is coated in crimson lacquer.
Greaves made of multiple long, thin metal plates that are lightweight and sturdy enough to handle the fiercest of battles. They are coated in crimson lacquer to match the rest of the set.