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Samura and his Chugen getting ready for travel. CHUGEN - Literally, the “in-between.” The purpose of the Chugen in medieval Japan was to assist with physical tasks given by their officers, such as bearing spare weaponry and armor.

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Samurai in foul weather gear; coat and hat carrying the two swords katana and wakizashi in true samurai form

- 1825—Prince Okundaira ./tcc/

Man Buns: A Chronological Hairstory

Young man - Prince Okundaira - in formal haori. Hand-colored photo, Japan, by photographer Felice Beato.

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Samurai Art, Gallery, Print, Woodblock Prints, beato felice japanese samurai in traditional costume

Portrait of a former samurai.  Hand-colored photo taken in the 1870’s, Japan, a few years after the abolishing of the samurai by the command of the Emperor.  Photographer Felice Beato

Portrait of a former samurai. Hand-colored photo taken in the Japan, a few years after the abolishing of the samurai by the command of the Emperor by Felice Beato

Yamaoka Tesshū 1836-1888, aka (Ono Tetsutarō, or Yamaoka Tetsutarō), a famous samurai of the Bakumatsu period, who played an important role in the Meiji Restoration. He is also noted as the founder of the Itto Shoden Muto-ryu school of swordsmanship, which in time gave birth to the modern Japanese style of swordsmanship or Kendo.

Yamaoka Tesshū , also known as Ono Tetsutarō or Yamaoka Tetsutarō, was a famous samurai of the Bakumatsu period, who played an important role in the Meiji Restoration. He is also noted as the founder of the Itto Shoden Muto-ryu school of swordsmanship.

Samurai in traditional armor and three retainers wearing kusari katabira (chain armor jackets) and hachi-gane (forehead protectors).

Samurai wearing kusari katabira (chain armor) - Kusari (Japanese mail armour) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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