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Cavalry Armor (17th Century CE Edo Japan)

Mounted Samurai wearing Tatehagidō Armor with horse wearing a horned dragon mask Early Edo Period century CE Japan. Artifacts in the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection of Japanese Samurai Armor photographed at the Portland Art Museum.

尼子十勇士、山中鹿之介。「願わくば我に七難八苦を与え給え。」

尼子十勇士、山中鹿之介。「願わくば我に七難八苦を与え給え。」

不動明王打出二枚胴具足(江戸時代後期/佐賀藩  諫早家伝来/諫早市・慶巌寺所蔵)

不動明王打出二枚胴具足(江戸時代後期/佐賀藩 諫早家伝来/諫早市・慶巌寺所蔵)

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gregjw: “ From left to right (in the first photo): Armor of the Tachido type (Late Edo period), Armor of the Tatehagido type (Early Edo period), and Armor of the Yokohagido type (Early to mid-Edo.

松江城 − Matsue Castle – Mikeforce::Castles

松江城 − Matsue Castle – Mikeforce::Castles

Byôtoji-dô tosei gusoku Mid Edo Period (1615-1867)   Samurai armor, 18th Century Graded juyo (important) by the Nihon Katchu Bugu Rekishi Kenkyukai of Dr. Sasama Yoshiko.

Come acquistare un’armatura da samurai

Byôtoji-dô tosei gusoku Mid Edo Period (1615-1867) Samurai armor, 18th Century Graded juyo (important) by the Nihon Katchu Bugu Rekishi Kenkyukai of Dr. Sasama Yoshiko.

Samurai armor (Gusoku), 18th century. Iron, lacquer, silk, gilt copper. Dimensions: as mounted: H. 57 3/4 in. (146.7 cm). This cuirass and shoulder guards (sode) formed of large iron plates rather than traditional lamellae (small, narror iron plates) reveal European influence and the concurrent introduction of firearms, which necessitated solid, bulletproof plates. -The Metropolitan Museum-

Samurai armor (Gusoku), 18th century. Iron, lacquer, silk, gilt copper. Dimensions: as mounted: H. 57 3/4 in. (146.7 cm). This cuirass and shoulder guards (sode) formed of large iron plates rather than traditional lamellae (small, narror iron plates) reveal European influence and the concurrent introduction of firearms, which necessitated solid, bulletproof plates. -The Metropolitan Museum-

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