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This cosplay kimono is ideal for a samurai costume, typical of the land of the rising sun The kimono appeared in the 12th century, during the Kamakura period. Historically, it was the samurais who wore this traditional garment . It was important for official events such as the tea ceremony. This Japanese warrior dress is made of polyester. It is a soft and lightweight material, very comfortable to wear. It is perfect for a sunny day or a gentle summer evening. This Japanese suit is a casual…

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Wear a komainu lion mask if you have the soul of a Japanese deity👹 The Japanese lion deity is called komainu. It is the guardian of all Japanese temples. It has been inspired by Japanese folklore and the world of gods that it has created! Japanese samurai wore demon masks on the battlefield to terrify their enemies. The komainu mask is an expression of this warrior fury. Here are a few tips to wear this traditional lion mask : 💯 This Japanese lion mask can also be used as a Japanese…

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Put on this Japanese kimono for men, like a true samurai from the Edo period The kimono comes from ki ( ) to wear and mono (): it means “thing we wear”. This Japanese garment was widely used by samurai in the 1600s to 1800. The Japanese warriors wore it mostly for the tea ceremony. This kimono is woven in thin cotton fiber. It is ideal at the approach of sunny days. It is a casual version of the classic kimono, also called yukata . You can wear it in the day, like in the evening. Fabric…

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Put on this Japanese kimono for men, like a true samurai from the Edo period The kimono comes from ki ( ) to wear and mono (): it means “thing we wear”. This Japanese garment was widely used by samurai in the 1600s to 1800. The Japanese warriors wore it mostly for the tea ceremony. This kimono is woven in thin cotton fiber. It is ideal at the approach of sunny days. It is a casual version of the classic kimono, also called yukata . You can wear it in the day, like in the evening. Fabric…

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With over 300 stunning photographs and woodblock prints along with extensive historical and cultural commentary, Japanese Swords is the ultimate authority on Samurai weaponry. Historically, Japanese warriors considered their swords to be more elevated than simple weaponry. Their swords were both lethal tools and divine companions — social and religious icons. Traditionally worn by the samurai as a sign of social status, the Japanese sword represented the junction between the ruling military…

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In eighteenth-century Japan, Tsunetomo Yamamoto created the Hagakure, a document that served as the basis for samurai warrior behavior. Its guiding principles greatly influenced the Japanese ruling class and shaped the underlying character of the Japanese psyche, from businessmen to soldiers. Bushido is the first English translation of this work. It provides a powerful message aimed at the mind and spirit of the samurai warrior. With Bushido, one can better put into perspective Japan’s…

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Aikibatto is a system of sword and staff exercises for aikido students, as well as for anyone interested in the Japanese martial arts. This book presents the basics and principles of the sophisticated sword arts developed by the Japanese warrior aristocracy, the samurai. Although the aikibatto exercises are primarily developed for aikido students, they contain much of the normal curriculum of traditional iaido and kenjutsu. Anyone interested in the arts of the katana, the formidable Japanese…

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