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Aoi Matsuri - JAPAN in PICTURES

Pictures of Aoi Matsuri, or Hollyhock Festival, in Kyoto, Japan

Exploding Rocks

explodingrocks: “ Mon, Kamon or Monokoro. 201 Designs from various samurai Clans and their families. And each clan emblem has multiple versions.

Tachi koshirae. Hatori Honzo would be proud...

So sick. A tachi sword. Similar to the katana, these swords were worn by the samurai class of feudal Japan.

The kozuka is decorated with three hollyhock crests ("aoi mon") on a background of fish egg pattern ("nanako-ji"). The hollyhock crest was used the by the Tokugawa family who ruled Japan between 1615-1867 / Walters Art Museum

The kozuka is decorated with three hollyhock crests ("aoi mon") on a background of fish egg pattern ("nanako-ji"). The hollyhock crest was used the by the Tokugawa family who ruled Japan between / Walters Art Museum

'60 Teisco Del Ray Guitar - The Teisco brand name stands for 'Tokyo Electric Instrument and Sound Company'. Teisco was founded in 1946 by renowned Hawaiian and Spanish guitarist Atswo Kaneko, and electrical engineer Doryu Matsuda. The company was originally called Aoi Onpa Kenkyujo (roughly: Hollyhock Soundwave or Electricity Laboratories). Kawai Musical Instruments Manufacturing Co. Ltd. discontinued the Teisco brand name for guitars in 1969 (1977 in Japan).

Teisco Del Ray Guitar - The Teisco brand name stands for 'Tokyo Electric Instrument and Sound Company'. Teisco was founded in 1946 by renowned Hawaiian and Spanish guitarist Atswo Kaneko, and electrical engineer Doryu Matsuda.

Detail. Ogata Kenzan | Plum Tree and Hollyhocks | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met. In Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition "Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art"

Detail. Ogata Kenzan | Plum Tree and Hollyhocks | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met. In Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition "Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art"

Detail. Ogata Kenzan | Plum Tree and Hollyhocks | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met. In Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibition "Designing Nature: The Rinpa Aesthetic in Japanese Art"

This screen and its mate, displayed in a case on the opposite wall, were inspired by a two-panel screen of the same subject by his brother Ogata Kŏrin On the right screen here, Kenzan depicted the spring flowers camellia and plum

斎Odai generation 51, Mr. Fujita Nana child. Twelve-layered ceremonial kimono would be hot.

葵祭 The Aoi Festival or "Hollyhock Festival," is one of the three main annual festivals held in Kyoto, Japan.

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