Outside of being the most influential and highly skilled ninja of the Sengoku era, Hattori Hanzo, (Hattori Masanari), is also credited with aiding General Tokugawa Ieyasu in becoming the Shogun of united Japan in 1572. Hanzo began his training early, climbing a mountain at the mere age of eight and seeking instruction from the highest level ninja masters in Japan. His training spanned four years, where he stretched his physical limits and honed his precision. Hanzo was finally declared a ninja at age 12 and served bravely until his death in battle at age 55. Hanzo is actually a name passed down through the leaders of the Hattori family meaning his father was also called Hanzo, as was his successor. Find beauty and comfort in the tradition of lineage as you work at this Hanzo inspired desk with inward facing legs.
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