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I like the light blue on his clothes. The bow and arrow is also pretty cool.

I like the light blue on his clothes. The bow and arrow is also pretty cool.

Kendo

A Very Fine Shibayama Tanto Koshirae  Meiji Period (late 19th century)  Inlaid in mother-of-pearl, coral, tortoiseshell and stained ivory with a peacock in a blossoming tree, the hilt with a duck amongst flowers and the reverse with a basket of flowers, silver fittings finely carved and inlaid in coloured cloisonné enamels with flowers and scrolling foliage, containing a tanto blade with horimono of Jogeryu [ascending and descending dragons], gold clad habaki, Edo Period (19th century)

Shibayama Tanto Koshirae Meiji Period Inlaid in MOP, coral, tortoiseshell & ivory

Kuniyoshi: Taiheki

Kuniyoshi (Taiheki) - Hamaji Shogen Mitsukuni, armoured but without helmet, cutting a blossoming branch with his sword, his left arm out-thrown.

Woodcut print of Japanese samurai Ichijo Jiro Tadanori and Notonokami Noritsune fighting, 1810-1820. Created by Shuntei Katsukawa (1770-1820).

Images of the Samurai, Japan's Warriors

Images of the Samurai, Japan's Warriors: Samurai Ichijo Jiro Tadanori and Notonokami Noritsune fighting, c.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi: No. 8, Yukukawa Sanpei Munenori, from the series Stories of the True Loyalty of the Faithful Samurai (Seichû gishi den) - Museum of Fine Arts

Utagawa Kuniyoshi: No. Yukukawa Sanpei Munenori, from the series Stories of the True Loyalty of the Faithful Samurai (Seichû gishi den) - Museum of Fine Arts

I like the pattern on the cape. It adds some style.

I like the pattern on the cape. It adds some style.

I like the abundance of red in his clothing.

I like the abundance of red in his clothing.

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