Lu Bu and Diao Chan (吕布 与 貂蝉)




Lu Bu was a military general and warlord who lived in the late Eastern Han dynasty. Lu Bu is described in historical and fictional sources as an exceptionally mighty warrior, he was mentioned that he specialized in archery and horse-riding, and possessed great physical strength. He was nicknamed “Flying General” (飛將) for his martial prowess. He also owned a powerful steed known as the “Red Hare” (赤兎). The Cao Man Zhuan recorded that there was a saying at the time to describe Lu Bu and the Red Hare: “Lu Bu [who stands out] among men, the Red Hare [which stands out] among horses”. This masterpiece is designed by a well-known Japanese designer Kimiya Masago who is one of the best designers from Koei!

Diao Chan was one of the Four Beauties of ancient China. She was a beautiful singer and dancer belonging to the entourage of Wang Yun 王允, Minister of Education. Wang Yun highly esteemed her and treated her like his own daughter. In order to lure the mighty warlord Dong Zhuo into a trap, he sent her to Dong Zhuo as part of the “Plan of the Ring”. She is known as a woman that was both beautiful and at the same time courageous enough to challenge the most powerful men of the empire and had a romance with the warrior Lu Bu.



(Material: Clay, Porcelain, Ceramic Composite)

(Finish: Bronze Layer)

(Height: ~ 33 cm, Width: ~ 27 cm, Depth: ~ 21 cm)

(Weight: ~ 3.2 kg)

Additional information

Weight2.5 kg

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