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"Onna-bugeisha (女武芸者) was a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. Many women engaged in battle, commonly alongside samurai men. They were members of the samurai class in feudal Japan and were trained in the use of weapons to protect their household, family, and honor in times of war. In early times women learned to use naginata, kaiken, and the art of tantojutsu in battle. Such training ensured protection in communities that lacked male fighters.  However, women who were prominent on the battlefield were the exception rather than the rule. Japanese ideals of femininity predisposed most women to powerlessness, in conflict with a female warrior role. During the Edo Period the status of the onna-bugeisha diminished significantly. Samurai were no longer concerned with battles and war, they were bureaucrats. The roaring ideals of fearless devotion and selflessness were gradually replaced by quiet, passive, civil obedience. Travel during the Edo Period was demanding and unsettling for many female samurai (because of heavy restrictions). They always had to be accompanied by a man, since they were not allowed to travel by themselves. Additionally, they had to possess specific permits, establishing their business and motives. The onset of the 17th century marked a significant transformation in the social acceptance of women in Japan. Many samurai viewed women purely as child bearers; the concept of a woman being a fit companion for war was no longer conceivable. The relationship between a husband and wife could be correlated to that of a lord and his vassal. "Husbands and wives did not even customarily sleep together. The husband would visit his wife to initiate any sexual activity and afterwards would retire to his own room." Despite the social view of women as being mere means to an end, they were still expected to show solace for death when it came to defending their husband's honor. A wife’s solidarity for the sake of her husband was a common and well received theme in Japanese culture

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"Onna-bugeisha (女武芸者) was a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. Many women engaged in battle, commonly alongside samurai men. They were members of the samurai class in feudal Japan and were trained in the use of weapons to protect their household, family, and honor in times of war. In early times women learned to use naginata, kaiken, and the art of tantojutsu in battle. Such training ensured protection in communities that lacked male fighters. However, women who were prominent on the battlefield were the exception rather than the rule. Japanese ideals of femininity predisposed most women to powerlessness, in conflict with a female warrior role. During the Edo Period the status of the onna-bugeisha diminished significantly. Samurai were no longer concerned with battles and war, they were bureaucrats. The roaring ideals of fearless devotion and selflessness were gradually replaced by quiet, passive, civil obedience. Travel during the Edo Period was demanding and unsettling for many female samurai (because of heavy restrictions). They always had to be accompanied by a man, since they were not allowed to travel by themselves. Additionally, they had to possess specific permits, establishing their business and motives. The onset of the 17th century marked a significant transformation in the social acceptance of women in Japan. Many samurai viewed women purely as child bearers; the concept of a woman being a fit companion for war was no longer conceivable. The relationship between a husband and wife could be correlated to that of a lord and his vassal. "Husbands and wives did not even customarily sleep together. The husband would visit his wife to initiate any sexual activity and afterwards would retire to his own room." Despite the social view of women as being mere means to an end, they were still expected to show solace for death when it came to defending their husband's honor. A wife’s solidarity for the sake of her husband was a common and well received theme in Japanese culture Via @samurai_tamashii Follow Me @samurailovers.hq
"The Water Margin Chapter 22 Wu Song kills a Tiger.  Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Title:Sawarabi: In China, Wu Song the Ascetic (Morokoshi, Gyôja Bushô), from the series Japanese and Chinese Comparisons for the Chapters of Genji (Wakan nazorae Genji)
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"The Water Margin Chapter 22 Wu Song kills a Tiger. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Sawarabi: In China, Wu Song the Ascetic (Morokoshi, Gyôja Bushô), from the series Japanese and Chinese Comparisons for the Chapters of Genji (Wakan nazorae Genji) Via @samurai1nk Follow Me @samuraifanclub
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Os sábios sempre me ensinaram a trabalhar em silêncio e se houvesse sucesso esse sim faria barulho ! Eles diziam que essa seria a melhor resposta aos tolos e a maior conquista de um batalhador ! Eles estavam certos ! #Japanfight #SeguimosTrabalhando #NaHumildade #EmSilencio #ResultadoPositivo #FamiliaJapanFight #EquipeFeliz #DeBemComAVida #SomosDoBem #Paz #PeloEsporte #Respeito #Disciplina #Educação #Lealdade #Coragem #Honra #Samurais #Pitbulls #EquipeJapanFight #MuayThai #Muaythai_sp #MuayThaiBrasil #JiuJitsu #Mma #Karate #DefesaPessoal #FightTeam #Boxe #ArtesMarciais
Os sábios sempre me ensinaram a trabalhar em silêncio e se houvesse sucesso esse sim faria barulho ! Eles diziam que essa seria a melhor resposta aos tolos e a maior conquista de um batalhador ! Eles estavam certos ! #Japanfight  #SeguimosTrabalhando  #NaHumildade  #EmSilencio  #ResultadoPositivo  #FamiliaJapanFight  #EquipeFeliz  #DeBemComAVida  #SomosDoBem  #Paz  #PeloEsporte  #Respeito  #Disciplina  #Educação  #Lealdade  #Coragem  #Honra  #Samurais  #Pitbulls  #EquipeJapanFight  #MuayThai  #Muaythai_sp  #MuayThaiBrasil  #JiuJitsu  #Mma  #Karate  #DefesaPessoal  #FightTeam  #Boxe  #ArtesMarciais 
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"The Water Margin Chapter 22. Wu Song kills a Tiger. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Title:Gyojia Busho 清河縣之産武松 (Wu Song) / Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori 通俗水滸傳濠傑百八人一個 (One of the 108 Heroes of the Popular Water Margin)
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"The Water Margin Chapter 22. Wu Song kills a Tiger. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Gyojia Busho 清河縣之産武松 (Wu Song) / Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori 通俗水滸傳濠傑百八人一個 (One of the 108 Heroes of the Popular Water Margin) Via @samurai1nk Follow Me @samurai_mylove
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"This MENPŌ (half mask) is from the Momoyama period (1573-1615). The nose has been intentionally exaggerated to mimic the tall noses of foreigners. Japanese artists often portrayed Westerners, who first appeared in Japan in 1541, in this manner, expressing their perceptions of the differences between Japanese and Western physiognomy. This is a unique mask, as no other examples are known with this precise shape that so closely resembles, though exaggerated, a human nose.
This month in the spirit of Halloween The Samurai Collection is featuring masks from our collection. Be sure to let us know in the comments which you would like for your Halloween costume!
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"This MENPŌ (half mask) is from the Momoyama period (1573-1615). The nose has been intentionally exaggerated to mimic the tall noses of foreigners. Japanese artists often portrayed Westerners, who first appeared in Japan in 1541, in this manner, expressing their perceptions of the differences between Japanese and Western physiognomy. This is a unique mask, as no other examples are known with this precise shape that so closely resembles, though exaggerated, a human nose. This month in the spirit of Halloween The Samurai Collection is featuring masks from our collection. Be sure to let us know in the comments which you would like for your Halloween costume! Via @samuraimuseum Follow Me @samuraiisawesome
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"By Gary Barlow⠀

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"The Water Margin Chapter 22. Wu Song kills a Tiger. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Title:Gyojia Busho 清河縣之産武松 (Wu Song) / Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori 通俗水滸傳濠傑百八人一個 (One of the 108 Heroes of the Popular Water Margin)
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"The Water Margin Chapter 22. Wu Song kills a Tiger. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Gyojia Busho 清河縣之産武松 (Wu Song) / Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori 通俗水滸傳濠傑百八人一個 (One of the 108 Heroes of the Popular Water Margin) Via @samurai1nk Follow Me @samuraiisawesome
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Tiro hoy de carrete, con este momento del #festivern para deciros que ningún lunes se nos resiste y menos hoy que según dicen es #bluemonday para deciros que si quieres cualquier día puede ser una verbena!!! 💪🏻💪🏻 #actitudpositiva #lavidaesunaverbena #luciabe #actitud #lavidaesactitud #recuerdos #bonitosrecuerdos #partedelequipo #samurais #nochevieja
Kurēn Kimono para mini #Samurais 🎏 Tradición japonesa con esencia mediterránea 🌱 Hecho en 🇪🇸 con 100% Algodón Orgánico
Kurēn Kimono para mini #Samurais  🎏 Tradición japonesa con esencia mediterránea 🌱 Hecho en 🇪🇸 con 100% Algodón Orgánico
"Tokugawa Yoshinobu the last shogun of Japan was born  in 1837. He was part of a movement which aimed to reform the aging Tokugawa shogunate, but was ultimately unsuccessful. After resigning in late 1867, he went into retirement, and largely avoided the public eye for the rest of his life.
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"Tokugawa Yoshinobu the last shogun of Japan was born in 1837. He was part of a movement which aimed to reform the aging Tokugawa shogunate, but was ultimately unsuccessful. After resigning in late 1867, he went into retirement, and largely avoided the public eye for the rest of his life. Via @samuraimuseum Follow Me @samurai_mylove
"Two firefighters from the samurai class called daimyobikeshi (大名火消). There were basically three important types of firemen in 19th century Japan - daimyobikeshi (大名火消), jyobikeshi (定火消), and machibikeshi (町火消). Daimyobikeshi and jyobikeshi were firemen for the Daimyo and samurai, while machibikeshi were firemen for the town. You can usually tell them apart by the headgear and clothes they are wearing. The daimyobikeshi and jyobikeshi were part of the samurai class, which is why you may see them with weapons and firemen garb. The real heroes to the children and townspeople were the machibikeshi, but they were brawlers, rugged, and often with tattoos.

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"Two firefighters from the samurai class called daimyobikeshi (大名火消). There were basically three important types of firemen in 19th century Japan - daimyobikeshi (大名火消), jyobikeshi (定火消), and machibikeshi (町火消). Daimyobikeshi and jyobikeshi were firemen for the Daimyo and samurai, while machibikeshi were firemen for the town. You can usually tell them apart by the headgear and clothes they are wearing. The daimyobikeshi and jyobikeshi were part of the samurai class, which is why you may see them with weapons and firemen garb. The real heroes to the children and townspeople were the machibikeshi, but they were brawlers, rugged, and often with tattoos. Via @samurai_tamashii Follow Me @samuraiisawesome
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"The beauty that is this game This account is sponsored by @henrytheartistiam This weekend last for Hanzo. Book 1. Link in the bio Via @samurai_era Follow Me @samuraifanclub
"The Water Margin Chapter 22. Wu Song kills a Tiger. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Title:Gyojia Busho 清河縣之産武松 (Wu Song) / Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori 通俗水滸傳濠傑百八人一個 (One of the 108 Heroes of the Popular Water Margin)
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"The Water Margin Chapter 22. Wu Song kills a Tiger. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Gyojia Busho 清河縣之産武松 (Wu Song) / Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori 通俗水滸傳濠傑百八人一個 (One of the 108 Heroes of the Popular Water Margin) Via @samurai1nk Follow Me @samurailovers.hq
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"A popular disguise for assassins and spy's were to dress as komuso. Disguises as a komuso, a mendicant monk known for playing the shakuhachi, were also effective, as the large "basket" hats traditionally worn by them concealed the head completely. Travel around Japan was heavily restricted, but the Fuke sect managed to wrangle a rare exemption from the Shogun, since their spiritual practice demanded a mendicant lifestyle of constant pilgrimage, meditative shakuhachi playing and begging for alms. Needless to say, this was the perfect disguise for ronin and spies. Once this became common knowledge, travelers wearing the Komuso outfit became subject to closer inspection, especially in restive and disputed areas. Several difficult honkyoku pieces became tests if a monk's identity was in question. If a suspicious Komuso was challenged to play one of the test pieces and was able to reproduce it in the authentic suizen manner, he was accepted as an actual Fuke. If he was unable, or if he refused, he was assumed to be a spy and would likely be immediately arrested. The Japanese government introduced reforms after the Edo period, abolishing the Fuke sect

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"A popular disguise for assassins and spy's were to dress as komuso. Disguises as a komuso, a mendicant monk known for playing the shakuhachi, were also effective, as the large "basket" hats traditionally worn by them concealed the head completely. Travel around Japan was heavily restricted, but the Fuke sect managed to wrangle a rare exemption from the Shogun, since their spiritual practice demanded a mendicant lifestyle of constant pilgrimage, meditative shakuhachi playing and begging for alms. Needless to say, this was the perfect disguise for ronin and spies. Once this became common knowledge, travelers wearing the Komuso outfit became subject to closer inspection, especially in restive and disputed areas. Several difficult honkyoku pieces became tests if a monk's identity was in question. If a suspicious Komuso was challenged to play one of the test pieces and was able to reproduce it in the authentic suizen manner, he was accepted as an actual Fuke. If he was unable, or if he refused, he was assumed to be a spy and would likely be immediately arrested. The Japanese government introduced reforms after the Edo period, abolishing the Fuke sect Via @samurai_tamashii Follow Me @samuraifanclub
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"Conqueror By Guillaume Menuel⠀

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"Conqueror By Guillaume Menuel⠀ Via @samurai.artclub Follow Me @samurai_mylove
"Onna-bugeisha (女武芸者) was a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. Many women engaged in battle, commonly alongside samurai men. They were members of the samurai class in feudal Japan and were trained in the use of weapons to protect their household, family, and honor in times of war. In early times women learned to use naginata, kaiken, and the art of tantojutsu in battle. Such training ensured protection in communities that lacked male fighters.  However, women who were prominent on the battlefield were the exception rather than the rule. Japanese ideals of femininity predisposed most women to powerlessness, in conflict with a female warrior role. During the Edo Period the status of the onna-bugeisha diminished significantly. Samurai were no longer concerned with battles and war, they were bureaucrats. The roaring ideals of fearless devotion and selflessness were gradually replaced by quiet, passive, civil obedience. Travel during the Edo Period was demanding and unsettling for many female samurai (because of heavy restrictions). They always had to be accompanied by a man, since they were not allowed to travel by themselves. Additionally, they had to possess specific permits, establishing their business and motives. The onset of the 17th century marked a significant transformation in the social acceptance of women in Japan. Many samurai viewed women purely as child bearers; the concept of a woman being a fit companion for war was no longer conceivable. The relationship between a husband and wife could be correlated to that of a lord and his vassal. "Husbands and wives did not even customarily sleep together. The husband would visit his wife to initiate any sexual activity and afterwards would retire to his own room." Despite the social view of women as being mere means to an end, they were still expected to show solace for death when it came to defending their husband's honor. A wife’s solidarity for the sake of her husband was a common and well received theme in Japanese culture

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"Onna-bugeisha (女武芸者) was a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. Many women engaged in battle, commonly alongside samurai men. They were members of the samurai class in feudal Japan and were trained in the use of weapons to protect their household, family, and honor in times of war. In early times women learned to use naginata, kaiken, and the art of tantojutsu in battle. Such training ensured protection in communities that lacked male fighters. However, women who were prominent on the battlefield were the exception rather than the rule. Japanese ideals of femininity predisposed most women to powerlessness, in conflict with a female warrior role. During the Edo Period the status of the onna-bugeisha diminished significantly. Samurai were no longer concerned with battles and war, they were bureaucrats. The roaring ideals of fearless devotion and selflessness were gradually replaced by quiet, passive, civil obedience. Travel during the Edo Period was demanding and unsettling for many female samurai (because of heavy restrictions). They always had to be accompanied by a man, since they were not allowed to travel by themselves. Additionally, they had to possess specific permits, establishing their business and motives. The onset of the 17th century marked a significant transformation in the social acceptance of women in Japan. Many samurai viewed women purely as child bearers; the concept of a woman being a fit companion for war was no longer conceivable. The relationship between a husband and wife could be correlated to that of a lord and his vassal. "Husbands and wives did not even customarily sleep together. The husband would visit his wife to initiate any sexual activity and afterwards would retire to his own room." Despite the social view of women as being mere means to an end, they were still expected to show solace for death when it came to defending their husband's honor. A wife’s solidarity for the sake of her husband was a common and well received theme in Japanese culture Via @samurai_tamashii Follow Me @samurailovers.hq
"The Water Margin Chapter 22. Wu Song kills a Tiger. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Title:Gyojia Busho 清河縣之産武松 (Wu Song) / Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori 通俗水滸傳濠傑百八人一個 (One of the 108 Heroes of the Popular Water Margin)
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"The Water Margin Chapter 22. Wu Song kills a Tiger. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Gyojia Busho 清河縣之産武松 (Wu Song) / Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori 通俗水滸傳濠傑百八人一個 (One of the 108 Heroes of the Popular Water Margin) Via @samurai1nk Follow Me @samuraifanclub
@samalvesmusic  queremos o cover dessa música "More Than You Now" amamos curtindo muito só esse trechinho  vamos grava...rsrs #samalves #samurais ♥️♥️♥️
@samalvesmusic queremos o cover dessa música "More Than You Now" amamos curtindo muito só esse trechinho vamos grava...rsrs #samalves  #samurais  ♥️♥️♥️
@samalvesmusic queremos o cover dessa música "More Than You Now" estamos curtindo muito só esse trechinho.#samalves #samurais ♥️♥️♥️
@samalvesmusic queremos o cover dessa música "More Than You Now" estamos curtindo muito só esse trechinho.#samalves  #samurais  ♥️♥️♥️
"By Gilles Ketting⠀

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Fans of @afrosamurai would know how emotional this scene was! Brother fighting against brother with the song "brother" playing in the background!

Afro Samurai is a wonderful mix of Japanese anime fused with American Hip Hop to create quite an eclectic and dynamic character!

If you haven't seen Afro Samurai and like anime, definitely give it a watch - bonus, there is more than one animated movie/anime :). # # .
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Fans of @afrosamurai would know how emotional this scene was! Brother fighting against brother with the song "brother" playing in the background! Afro Samurai is a wonderful mix of Japanese anime fused with American Hip Hop to create quite an eclectic and dynamic character! If you haven't seen Afro Samurai and like anime, definitely give it a watch - bonus, there is more than one animated movie/anime :). # # . . . . . . . . . . . . . @afrosamurai #afro  #samurai  #anime  #animefan  #animes  #manga  #afrosamurai2  #samuelljackson  #japan  #nippon  #otaku  #geek  #otakus  #mangaart  #animeclub  #johnnybaz  #tbt  #artofwar  #samurais  #instaanime  #takshiokazaki  #soul  #hiphop  #no1headband  #rza  #blackcomedy  #afrosamurairesurrection  #wutangclan 
"By Gilles Ketting⠀

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""I’ll give you the answer to the question “What is most important to the heart of a warrior?” The answer is, “To desire with one’s very soul every second of every day to accomplish one’s aim.” - Quote from Hagakure: The Book of the Samurai

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""I’ll give you the answer to the question “What is most important to the heart of a warrior?” The answer is, “To desire with one’s very soul every second of every day to accomplish one’s aim.” - Quote from Hagakure: The Book of the Samurai Via @samurai_tamashii Follow Me @samurai_mylove
"Onna-bugeisha (女武芸者) was a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. Many women engaged in battle, commonly alongside samurai men. They were members of the samurai class in feudal Japan and were trained in the use of weapons to protect their household, family, and honor in times of war. In early times women learned to use naginata, kaiken, and the art of tantojutsu in battle. Such training ensured protection in communities that lacked male fighters.  However, women who were prominent on the battlefield were the exception rather than the rule. Japanese ideals of femininity predisposed most women to powerlessness, in conflict with a female warrior role. During the Edo Period the status of the onna-bugeisha diminished significantly. Samurai were no longer concerned with battles and war, they were bureaucrats. The roaring ideals of fearless devotion and selflessness were gradually replaced by quiet, passive, civil obedience. Travel during the Edo Period was demanding and unsettling for many female samurai (because of heavy restrictions). They always had to be accompanied by a man, since they were not allowed to travel by themselves. Additionally, they had to possess specific permits, establishing their business and motives. The onset of the 17th century marked a significant transformation in the social acceptance of women in Japan. Many samurai viewed women purely as child bearers; the concept of a woman being a fit companion for war was no longer conceivable. The relationship between a husband and wife could be correlated to that of a lord and his vassal. "Husbands and wives did not even customarily sleep together. The husband would visit his wife to initiate any sexual activity and afterwards would retire to his own room." Despite the social view of women as being mere means to an end, they were still expected to show solace for death when it came to defending their husband's honor. A wife’s solidarity for the sake of her husband was a common and well received theme in Japanese culture

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"Onna-bugeisha (女武芸者) was a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility. Many women engaged in battle, commonly alongside samurai men. They were members of the samurai class in feudal Japan and were trained in the use of weapons to protect their household, family, and honor in times of war. In early times women learned to use naginata, kaiken, and the art of tantojutsu in battle. Such training ensured protection in communities that lacked male fighters. However, women who were prominent on the battlefield were the exception rather than the rule. Japanese ideals of femininity predisposed most women to powerlessness, in conflict with a female warrior role. During the Edo Period the status of the onna-bugeisha diminished significantly. Samurai were no longer concerned with battles and war, they were bureaucrats. The roaring ideals of fearless devotion and selflessness were gradually replaced by quiet, passive, civil obedience. Travel during the Edo Period was demanding and unsettling for many female samurai (because of heavy restrictions). They always had to be accompanied by a man, since they were not allowed to travel by themselves. Additionally, they had to possess specific permits, establishing their business and motives. The onset of the 17th century marked a significant transformation in the social acceptance of women in Japan. Many samurai viewed women purely as child bearers; the concept of a woman being a fit companion for war was no longer conceivable. The relationship between a husband and wife could be correlated to that of a lord and his vassal. "Husbands and wives did not even customarily sleep together. The husband would visit his wife to initiate any sexual activity and afterwards would retire to his own room." Despite the social view of women as being mere means to an end, they were still expected to show solace for death when it came to defending their husband's honor. A wife’s solidarity for the sake of her husband was a common and well received theme in Japanese culture Via @samurai_tamashii Follow Me @samurailovers.hq
"We’ve added a very special drink to our monthly cocktail tour, the “Shogun Stunner”. This month, we are sharing spooky Samurai stories during the tour and you can find tickets by using the link in our bio!
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"We’ve added a very special drink to our monthly cocktail tour, the “Shogun Stunner”. This month, we are sharing spooky Samurai stories during the tour and you can find tickets by using the link in our bio! Via @samuraimuseum Follow Me @samuraifanclub
"Se suas ações inspiram outros a sonharem mais, aprenderem mais, fazerem mais e serem mais, você é um líder." É pra isso que trabalho, que estudo e tento melhorar a cada dia. Como homem, como pai e professor!

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"Se suas ações inspiram outros a sonharem mais, aprenderem mais, fazerem mais e serem mais, você é um líder." É pra isso que trabalho, que estudo e tento melhorar a cada dia. Como homem, como pai e professor! #porvocês  👊📚🔗💞 #vempraluta  #sabbagfightefitness  #boxe  #sabbagboxe  #muaythai  #sabbagmuaythai  #fitness  #lider  #familia  #kickboxing  #responsabilidade  #boxeGuaxupé  #especial  #guerreiro  #segueoplano  #professor  #qualidadedevida  #educaçãofísica  #muaythaiGuaxupé   #lideranca  #evolução  #personalfight  #treinamentofuncional  #Guaxupé  #lifestyle  #vemcomigo  #boxeo  #samurais  #treinointeligente 
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"The Water Margin Chapter 13 Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Title:Liu Tang, the Red-haired Devil (Sekihakki Ryûtô), from the series One Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Shuihuzhuan (Suikoden gôketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori). -haireddevil
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"The Water Margin Chapter 13 Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Liu Tang, the Red-haired Devil (Sekihakki Ryûtô), from the series One Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Shuihuzhuan (Suikoden gôketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori). -haireddevil Via @samurai1nk Follow Me @samurailovers.hq
"A popular disguise for assassins and spy's were to dress as komuso. Disguises as a komuso, a mendicant monk known for playing the shakuhachi, were also effective, as the large "basket" hats traditionally worn by them concealed the head completely. Travel around Japan was heavily restricted, but the Fuke sect managed to wrangle a rare exemption from the Shogun, since their spiritual practice demanded a mendicant lifestyle of constant pilgrimage, meditative shakuhachi playing and begging for alms. Needless to say, this was the perfect disguise for ronin and spies. Once this became common knowledge, travelers wearing the Komuso outfit became subject to closer inspection, especially in restive and disputed areas. Several difficult honkyoku pieces became tests if a monk's identity was in question. If a suspicious Komuso was challenged to play one of the test pieces and was able to reproduce it in the authentic suizen manner, he was accepted as an actual Fuke. If he was unable, or if he refused, he was assumed to be a spy and would likely be immediately arrested. The Japanese government introduced reforms after the Edo period, abolishing the Fuke sect

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"A popular disguise for assassins and spy's were to dress as komuso. Disguises as a komuso, a mendicant monk known for playing the shakuhachi, were also effective, as the large "basket" hats traditionally worn by them concealed the head completely. Travel around Japan was heavily restricted, but the Fuke sect managed to wrangle a rare exemption from the Shogun, since their spiritual practice demanded a mendicant lifestyle of constant pilgrimage, meditative shakuhachi playing and begging for alms. Needless to say, this was the perfect disguise for ronin and spies. Once this became common knowledge, travelers wearing the Komuso outfit became subject to closer inspection, especially in restive and disputed areas. Several difficult honkyoku pieces became tests if a monk's identity was in question. If a suspicious Komuso was challenged to play one of the test pieces and was able to reproduce it in the authentic suizen manner, he was accepted as an actual Fuke. If he was unable, or if he refused, he was assumed to be a spy and would likely be immediately arrested. The Japanese government introduced reforms after the Edo period, abolishing the Fuke sect Via @samurai_tamashii Follow Me @samuraifanclub
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Meu amor , meu parceiro... filho, afilhado, sobrinho, companheiro de treino! Hj vc esta completando 14 anos... Parece que foi ontem que seu pai me pediu p ser seu padrinho... na época n imaginávamos que a vida nos exigiria tanto... espero está à altura da responsabilidade e fazendo tdo q determinamos juntos p fazer de vc um gde homem! Que eu seja sempre como na foto o seu melhor amigo o seu porto segura !!! Te amo  Matheus Andrade! Nossa caminhada está só no começo !🙏🏿 Lado a lado sempre! 💪🏿💪🏿💪🏿🥋🥋🥋🥋#samurais #bushido #mundomakoto #meupekenoguerreiro #aqualquerhoraemqualquerlugarparaqualquermissao
Meu amor , meu parceiro... filho, afilhado, sobrinho, companheiro de treino! Hj vc esta completando 14 anos... Parece que foi ontem que seu pai me pediu p ser seu padrinho... na época n imaginávamos que a vida nos exigiria tanto... espero está à altura da responsabilidade e fazendo tdo q determinamos juntos p fazer de vc um gde homem! Que eu seja sempre como na foto o seu melhor amigo o seu porto segura !!! Te amo Matheus Andrade! Nossa caminhada está só no começo !🙏🏿 Lado a lado sempre! 💪🏿💪🏿💪🏿🥋🥋🥋🥋#samurais  #bushido  #mundomakoto  #meupekenoguerreiro  #aqualquerhoraemqualquerlugarparaqualquermissao 
As margens do lago Kawaguchiko, aos pés do Monte Fuji -Japão.
As margens do lago Kawaguchiko, aos pés do Monte Fuji -Japão.
"Samurai mask by johnnybravo20
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"Samurai mask by johnnybravo20 Do you like it❤️? Via @samurai_concept Follow Me @samuraifanclub
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"This remarkable arrow, created in the Edo period (1615-1868), illustrates a scene, within an INOME-shaped border, of an ONI demon following a child. It is inscribed: Jōshū no jūnin Umetada Motoshige saku (made by Umetada Motoshige, a resident of Hitachi province).
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"This remarkable arrow, created in the Edo period (1615-1868), illustrates a scene, within an INOME-shaped border, of an ONI demon following a child. It is inscribed: Jōshū no jūnin Umetada Motoshige saku (made by Umetada Motoshige, a resident of Hitachi province). Via @samuraimuseum Follow Me @samurailovers.hq
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"The Water Margin Chapter 13 Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Title:Liu Tang, the Red-haired Devil (Sekihakki Ryûtô), from the series One Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Shuihuzhuan (Suikoden gôketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori). -haireddevil
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"The Water Margin Chapter 13 Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Liu Tang, the Red-haired Devil (Sekihakki Ryûtô), from the series One Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Shuihuzhuan (Suikoden gôketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori). -haireddevil Via @samurai1nk Follow Me @samuraiisawesome
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"By Diego Cinha . . Via @empire_of_samurai Follow Me @samuraifanclub
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"The beauty that is this game This account is sponsored by @henrytheartistiam This weekend last for Hanzo. Book 1. Link in the bio Via @samurai_era Follow Me @samurailovers.hq
"This early seventeenth century SŌMEN (full-face mask) is coated in thick red lacquer, called NEGORO. The YODAREKAKE (throat guard) is unusual: it is made of a thick NANBAN-style chain mail of foreign influence and fits on a leather strip to form a protective bib. Such construction was undoubtedly inspired by the first European suits of armor, which were imported into Japan during the late sixteenth century.

This month in the spirit of Halloween The Samurai Collection is featuring masks from our collection. Be sure to let us know in the comments which you would like for your Halloween costume!
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"This early seventeenth century SŌMEN (full-face mask) is coated in thick red lacquer, called NEGORO. The YODAREKAKE (throat guard) is unusual: it is made of a thick NANBAN-style chain mail of foreign influence and fits on a leather strip to form a protective bib. Such construction was undoubtedly inspired by the first European suits of armor, which were imported into Japan during the late sixteenth century. This month in the spirit of Halloween The Samurai Collection is featuring masks from our collection. Be sure to let us know in the comments which you would like for your Halloween costume! Via @samuraimuseum Follow Me @samurai_mylove
"The Water Margin Chapter 13  Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Title:Liu Tang, the Red-haired Devil (Sekihakki Ryûtô), from the series One Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Popular Shuihuzhuan (Tsûzoku Suikoden gôketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori). -haireddevil
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"The Water Margin Chapter 13 Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Liu Tang, the Red-haired Devil (Sekihakki Ryûtô), from the series One Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Popular Shuihuzhuan (Tsûzoku Suikoden gôketsu hyakuhachinin no hitori). -haireddevil Via @samurai1nk Follow Me @samuraiisawesome
"“If you are caught unprepared by a sudden rainstorm, you should not run foolishly down the road or hide under the eves of houses. You are going to get soaked either way. Accept that from the beginning and go on your way. This way you will not be distressed by a little rain. Apply this lesson to everything.” -excerpt from Hagakure

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"“If you are caught unprepared by a sudden rainstorm, you should not run foolishly down the road or hide under the eves of houses. You are going to get soaked either way. Accept that from the beginning and go on your way. This way you will not be distressed by a little rain. Apply this lesson to everything.” -excerpt from Hagakure Via @samurai_tamashii Follow Me @samuraifanclub
No final de semana, antes de sair ou dormir feche os olhos e fique contente com o que você fez, com o quanto trabalhou e treinou, e tenha orgulho de quem você é!

Bom final de semana guerreiros 👊🔥 #vempraluta #sabbagfightefitness #boxe #sabbagboxe #muaythai #sabbagmuaythai #fitness #prancha #familia #kickboxing #core #boxeGuaxupé #especial #guerreiro #segueoplano #professor #qualidadedevida #educaçãofísica #muaythaiGuaxupé  #champ #saturday #fds #personalfight #treinamentofuncional #Guaxupé #lifestyle #vemcomigo #weekend #samurais #treinointeligente
No final de semana, antes de sair ou dormir feche os olhos e fique contente com o que você fez, com o quanto trabalhou e treinou, e tenha orgulho de quem você é! Bom final de semana guerreiros 👊🔥 #vempraluta  #sabbagfightefitness  #boxe  #sabbagboxe  #muaythai  #sabbagmuaythai  #fitness  #prancha  #familia  #kickboxing  #core  #boxeGuaxupé  #especial  #guerreiro  #segueoplano  #professor  #qualidadedevida  #educaçãofísica  #muaythaiGuaxupé   #champ  #saturday  #fds  #personalfight  #treinamentofuncional  #Guaxupé  #lifestyle  #vemcomigo  #weekend  #samurais  #treinointeligente