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Japanese History

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Timeline of Japan for kids

We want kids to learn about the world - even if they're stuck at home right now. At Deliberate Travel Kids we make activity workbooks for children, focused on travel and different cultures. Each workbook is based on a different country and is filled with puzzles and research activities to entertain and educate them. Perfect for kids aged 6-10 and the parents trying to distract them!

SOBA'S  SISTER-IN-LAW READY TO BACK UP MY WIFE -- Something About Me Leaving the Toilet Seat Up... | by Okinawa Soba (Rob)

For some reason, Japanese girls wearing any kinds of swords and armor really turn me on. Come on ! I'm ready for ya ! www.flickr.com/photos/24443965@N08/2785755328/ Meiji-era collotype. Photographer unknown. RANDOM SOBA : www.flickriver.com/photos/24443965@N08/random/

The fierce onna-bugeisha, female warriors of feudal Japan!  #OnnaBugeisha #JapaneseHistory #History #Samurai #MrPsHWE #Infographic #  https://www.facebook.com/MrPsWorldHistoryEmporium/

The fierce onna-bugeisha, female warriors of feudal Japan! #OnnaBugeisha #JapaneseHistory #History #Samurai #MrPsHWE #Infographic # https://www.facebook.com/MrPsWorldHistoryEmporium/

The Beautiful and Terrifying Female Samurai: Tomoe Gozen

“Tomoe was especially beautiful, with white skin, long hair, and charming features. She was also a remarkably strong archer, and as a swordswoman she was a warrior worth a thousand, ready to confront a demon or a god, mounted or on foot. She handled unbroken horses with superb skill; she rode unscathed down perilous descents. Whenever a battle was imminent, Yoshinaka sent her out as his first captain, equipped with strong armor, an oversized sword, and a mighty bow; and she performed more…

The 5 Most Badass Samurai In Japanese History | Tokyo Weekender

The bushido code of ethics, the katana swords, the cool nicknames, the allure of the Japanese samurai has fascinated many throughout history.

Are Geisha Courtesans? Oiran vs Geisha and Prostitute - Tea Ceremony Japan Experiences MAIKOYA

The time that the geisha profession became recognized by the government, there already existed other professions who worked in the same hanamachi that they did.

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The heart of Japan is also one of the country’s most loved cities. The home of many important cultural and historical sites, immersing yourself in Kyoto is to take a peek into the fascinating history of Japan. Originally the imperial capital city for more than 1000 years, Kyoto was first settled in the 7th century and remains the center for traditional Japanese culture. During its reign as capital, the Emperors of Japan also resided here until the capital was moved to Tokyo in 1869.
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This original illustration depicts a samurai helmet adorned with intricate and delicate Japanese chrysanthemums, creating a beautiful fusion of two iconic Japanese symbols. The combination of the samurai helmet and the chrysanthemums represents a rich and complex cultural heritage, showcasing the beauty and elegance of Japanese art and history. This illustration would be a perfect choice for anyone with an appreciation for Japanese culture and aesthetics.