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Japanese Samurai Helmets

Japanese Samurai Helmets

Japanese archery, Kyudo 弓道   I would love to have a go with one of these bows.

Japan Martial Arts - Kyudo,  The way of the bow by Floris Leeuwenberg.

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Japanese sword, Katana - I bought my brother this sword about 4 years ago, and the first week he had it he accidentally cut his finger off... Lol. It's a good sword.

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Everything about traditional Japan. Disclaimer: These images do not belong to me, but to their respective authors/owners!

♂ Black & white photography world martial art Japanese Kendo

Hajime

Some photos from last years Kendo Kyoto Taikai

Japanese Art. Samurai Woodblock Print Reproductions. Endo Kiemon Naotsugu by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, c. 1820s. Fine Art Print

This reproduction is a new, individually printed and proofed, superior quality, giclee* process, fine art print. It is printed on 100% cotton rag acid-free, heavyweight fine art paper with a luxurious textured watercolor paper finish and archival pigment inks to ensure permanence. Image Size: 12 x 8.4 inches, it is printed on larger 16 x 13 inch paper to allow ample room for matting and framing. Japanese Samuari Woodblock Print Reproductions Endo Kiemon Naotsugu hurling a severed head at…

Kendo matches take place in an area 9 to 11 m (about 30 to 36 feet) square. Contestants wear the traditional uwagi (jacket), hakama (long divided skirt), do (chest protector), tare (waist protector), men (mask), and kote (padded gloves).

Kendo matches take place in an area 9 to 11 m (about 30 to 36 feet) square. Contestants wear the traditional uwagi (jacket), hakama (long divided skirt), do (chest protector), tare (waist protector), men (mask), and kote (padded gloves).

Japanese Art Print Kamakura Daibutsu The Great Buddha | Etsy

*(ᴴʜ)S͟t͟o͟r͟e͟ ͟w͟a͟t͟e͟r͟m͟a͟r͟k͟ ͟l͟o͟g͟o͟s͟ ͟a͟r͟e͟ ͟n͟o͟t͟ ͟o͟n͟ ͟o͟r͟d͟e͟r͟e͟d͟ ͟p͟r͟i͟n͟t͟s. Print sizes not listed as standard or A3 are approximations (see sizing info below for details). ✧ Produced on archival matte paper with premium ink for brilliant color reproduction and longevity. ✻

Minamoto no Yoshitsune is possibly the most famous and beloved samurai in Japan. (In the book we call him Genji.)

Minamoto no Yoshitsune is possibly the most famous and beloved samurai in Japan. (In the book we call him Genji.)

Japanese officer training with his katana sword

Japanese Forces - training

japanese officer training with his katana sword

Japanese samurai armor