We have earlier buzzed that lately, Japanese folks have been indulging their pets in extended opulence. But we were wrong. This trend of pampering and protecting our best friends has been going to Japan for decades ago. Take a look at this authentic suit of dog armor that is about 200 years old. It is believed that this set was made from a dog belonging to a very senior samurai, possibly daimyos, who apparently was extremely found of this canine companion. Supposed to be crafted in Japan between 1800 and 1850, this armor is distinctive as its materials include chanfron armor, doeskin leather, silk brocade, a hand-carved wooden mask, and gold leaf.