Japanese Warrior

Collection by Stephen D.W


The mystique of the Japanese samurai & the far east.

Stephen D.W
This is a nice visual glossary of all the fittings that a blade go into when creating a katana. I have studied kenjutsu and used katana’s for a number of years and never knew the proper names for all these parts. Katana Swords, Samurai Swords, Knives And Swords, Samurai Armor Diy, Kendo, Medieval Combat, Armas Ninja, Japanese Sword, Fantasy Weapons

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Geiko Kayo in winter dress, c. Kayo is dressed in winter clothes ready for a snowy day. This type of headscarf is called an Okoso-zukin. Era Kayo 江良加代 was a popular Geiko (Geisha) in Gion, Kyoto during the early Meiji period Samurai, We Are The World, People Of The World, Japanese Kimono, Japanese Art, Japanese Geisha, Japanese Style, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos

Geiko Kayo - in Winter Dress 1870s

Geiko (geisha) Kayo dressed in winter clothes ready for a snowy day. This type of headscarf is called an Okoso-zukin. Era Kayo 江良加代 was a popular geiko (geisha) in Gion, Kyoto, during the early Meiji period (1870s). At one time she became the mistress of Saionji Kinmochi (1849 – 1940), who was a politician, statesman and twice Prime Minister of Japan. Although, Kido Takayoshi (1833 – 1877), a statesman during the Meiji Restoration, pursued her and promised to pay for her stage costumes…

Hand painted photos of the Edo period , his mon the aoi plant is of the Tokugawa family most likely a high ranking samurai Kai Japanese, Japanese Warrior, Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Geisha, Ronin Samurai, Samurai Armor, Albert Kahn, The Last Samurai

Elderly samurai. Kazumasa Ogawa 1860-1930 opened a studio in Tokyo in 1884. In 1888, he established Japan's first collotype printing business, and in the following year he formed the Nihon Shashin-kai (Japanese Photographic Association) with Tokyo Imperial University professor William Burton. Ogawa was often commissioned to photograph the Imperial family,

Only War: Learn Karate from a Samurai. But I always love and respect Samurai Geisha Samurai, Katana Samurai, Ronin Samurai, Samurai Swords, Japanese Warrior, Japanese Sword, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art, Japanese Style

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Also co-opting the look and feel of ancient Samurai for the layered, stoic Paladin order.

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Drying Tea by Okinawa Soba. Notice the steam coming off the tea leaves being "dry stirred" on the stove. From a Sample Set of Classic Meiji and Taisho-era Japan Stereoview and Lantern-Slide images by Japanese Photographer T. Geisha, Taisho Era, Colorized Photos, Tea Culture, Japanese Tea Ceremony, Japanese House, Japanese Art, Japanese Farmer, Tea Art

Drying Tea

One of my favorites. This was originally a 3-D photo, but Enami printed only half of the stereoview negative on a piece of glass, and tinted it to make this lantern-slide. It's about 110 years old. A difficult lighting situation to say the least. He had no flash, but got the exposure just right, hitting on a nice balance using the available light coming through the windows and door. Not bad ! Notice the steam coming off the tea leaves being "dry stirred" on the stove. From a…

Samurai wearing a nirayama jingasa. Ronin Samurai, Samurai Weapons, Samurai Armor, Japanese History, Asian History, Japanese Culture, Geisha, Japanese Warrior, Japanese Sword

I love the look of the nirayama jingasa, however it is providing difficult to find much information about them. There are leather styles of Jingasa that are cited as being period. Does anyone have