Syota Matsuda (Japanese acter).   Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori".   early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori". From last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

JAPANESE LACQUER NAMBOKUCHO TO ZESHIN Dean (Lacquer, Inro, Boxes) Barry Davies

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

JAPANESE LACQUER NAMBOKUCHO TO ZESHIN Dean (Lacquer, Inro, Boxes) Barry Davies

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

JAPANESE LACQUER NAMBOKUCHO TO ZESHIN Dean (Lacquer, Inro, Boxes) Barry Davies

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

JAPANESE LACQUER NAMBOKUCHO TO ZESHIN Dean (Lacquer, Inro, Boxes) Barry Davies

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

1202. Amida Nyorai by Kaikei. Kamakura-era saw greater simplicity and realism in Buddhist statuary. Hollow assembled woodblocks with polychrome, gold leaf, and crystal decoration. H 98.7 cm. Commissioned by Monk Chōgen. Tōdaiji Temple, Nara Japan.

Amida Nyorai By Kaikei, Tōdaiji Temple, Nara Japan.

Ungyou (Ungyo) - Kamakura Era, Todaiji Temple

Ungyo (Ungyō) 吽形 H. cm Kongo (Kongō) Rikishi 金剛力士 Wood with Paint (Saishiki 彩色) By Unkei & Kaikei, Dated Todaiji (Tōdaiji) Temple 東大寺

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

JAPANESE LACQUER NAMBOKUCHO TO ZESHIN Dean (Lacquer, Inro, Boxes) Barry Davies

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

JAPANESE LACQUER NAMBOKUCHO TO ZESHIN Dean (Lacquer, Inro, Boxes) Barry Davies

Nambokucho (1336-1392) constitutes a short period at the end of the Kamakura era. It was a time of internal disturbances and two rival branches of the Imperial family were vying for succession. The most powerful of the warlords, Ashikaga Takauji, occupied Kyoto, and had himself appointed shogun by Emperor Komyo of the Hoku-cho (northern dynasty) in order to set up the Ashikaga Shogunate of the early Muromachi period. | eBay!

A mask of Japanese Bugaku. For "Saisourou" 1249. Kamakura era. This is nightmare material in my childhood

A mask of Japanese Bugaku. For "Saisourou" Kamakura era. This is nightmare material in my childhood

Japanese samurai armour laced with red threads with bamboo, tiger, sparrow motif; from Kamakura era, 1185, Japan

Japanese samurai armour laced with red threads with bamboo, tiger, sparrow motif; from Kamakura era, Japan

A mask of Japanese Bugaku. "Nasori". The late 1100s. Heian era / Kamakura era.

A mask of Japanese Bugaku. The late Heian era / Kamakura era.

Ryo (Japanese acter).   Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori"   early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori" early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era. She is wearing junihitoe

Kyoko Fukada (Japanese actress).   Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori".   early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori". early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

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