Kendo (剣道 kendō?), meaning "Way of The Sword", is a modern Japanese martial art of sword-fighting descended from traditional swordsmanship (kenjutsu) which originated with the samurai class of feudal Japan. Swordsmen in Japan established schools of kenjutsu (the ancestor of kendo) which continued for centuries and which form the basis of kendo practice today.

End of the Samurai: Stunning portraits of Japan’s warrior class captures men at the height of their power before 19th century demise

Japanese martial art of Kendo meaning "Way of The Sword", descended from traditional swordsmanship (kenjutsu) which originated with the samurai class of feudal Japan.

Life and death in the name of honor: the samurai  The Japanese Samurai were undoubtedly one of the greatest fighters in modern history. Their caste, that of warriors, was one of two classes of ' Japanese aristocracy . Their name is considered as deriving from the verb " saburau " which literally means "one who serves " . Another term by which the samurai were defined was bushi, from " bu "which means martial and" shi ", the union of the lower horizontal section showing the number 1 and the…

Life and death in the name of honor: the samurai The Japanese Samurai were…

Onna-bugeisha was a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. Samurai clans trained their daughters in the art of combat to either defend their homes when husbands went to war or for battle. Many women engaged in battle, commonly alongside samurai men. Battle scene forensic have shown that up to 30% of remains […]

Onna-Bugeisha: Female Samurai Warriors of Feudal Japan, 1800s

vintage everyday: Woman Samurai Warrior – 12 Rare Vintage Photos of Japanese Ladies with Their Katana Swords

#Samurai clutching katana. The Samurai was the highest social caste until it was abolished as part of the Meiji reforms in the late 19th century

End of the Samurai: Stunning portraits of Japan’s warrior class captures men at the height of their power before 19th century demise

End of the Samurai: Stunning portraits of Japan’s warrior class captures men at the height of their power before century demise

The story of the 47 Ronin...Speaking of Japanese samurai, you certainly can not help but mention the story of the 47 Ronin, one of the most celebrated stories of these warriors. The popularity and value can be attributed to the fact that the story happened when the samurai class was going through a difficult period in which there was some fixed points, guides suitable and could not find a time that social function attributed to it.

The story of the 47 Ronin...Speaking of Japanese samurai, you certainly can not help but mention the story of the 47 Ronin, one of the most celebrated stories of these warriors. The popularity and value can be attributed to the fact that the story happened when the samurai class was going through a difficult period in which there was some fixed points, guides suitable and could not find a time that social function attributed to it.

PARTAGE OF OLD JAPANESE FASHION............ON FACEBOOK..................

PARTAGE OF OLD JAPANESE FASHION............ON FACEBOOK..................

Tomisaburō Wakayama (若山 富三郎 Wakayama Tomisaburō, September 1, 1929 – April 2, 1992), born Masaru Okumura,[1] was a Japanese actor best known for playing Ogami Ittō, the scowling, 19th century ronin warrior in the six Lone Wolf and Cub samurai movies.

Tomisaburō Wakayama (若山 富三郎 Wakayama Tomisaburō, September 1, 1929 – April 2, 1992), born Masaru Okumura,[1] was a Japanese actor best known for playing Ogami Ittō, the scowling, 19th century ronin warrior in the six Lone Wolf and Cub samurai movies.

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Izanami- In Japanese Mythology she is the goddess of both creation and death-by Apinyo Yuwasilp

Durga ~ Izanami-no-Mikoto the Japanese Goddess of Creation and Death, another sister of Kali, she is also known as She Who Invites (by Apinyo Yuwasilp)

Onna-bugeisha was a female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. Many women engaged in battle, commonly alongside Samurai men. They were members of the Bushi (Samurai) class in feudal Japan and were trained in the use of weapons to protect their household, family, and honour in times of war.

Onna-Bugeisha: Female Samurai Warriors of Feudal Japan, 1800s

Besides naginata, ranged weaponry such as bows and arrows would also be used by onna-bugeishas, as the traditional masculine advantages like physical strength counted much less in ranged warfare.

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