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"Artofwar Via @samuraijake65 Follow Me @samuraifanclub
"A photo of Mt. Haruna-Fuji and Lake Haruna from Adolfo Farsari's collection of Japan life during the late 19th century. It is called mini-Fuji and Mount Fuji can be seen from the summit on a clear day.  Via @samurai_tamashii Follow Me @samurai_mylove
"ART by Unknown . .  Via @ninja_vssamurai Follow Me @samurailovers.hq
"Katana art Via @samuraijake65 Follow Me @samurai_c00l
"Samurai art Via @samuraijake65 Follow Me @samuraiisawesome
"Takeda Shingen (b. 1521) died  in 1573. Known as the "Tiger of Kai", Shingen was an important daimyo of the sixteenth century. Pictured here is Shingen alongside his lifelong rival Uesugi Kenshin (1530-1578). Via @samuraimuseum Follow Me @samuraifanclub
"Headhunter by Michael Angelo Dulay • • 🎨 🇯🇵 Via @samurai_concept Follow Me @samurai_mylove
"Did they go to far or nah? Samurai Spiderman  This account is sponsored by @henrytheartistiam check out his work! Via @samurai_era Follow Me @samurailovers.hq
"Samurai art Via @samuraijake65 Follow Me @samurai_c00l
"Ōkubo Toshimichi, a samurai of the Satsuma region, died  in 1878. Ōkubo became one of the most influential leaders of the Meiji Restoration acting in several important government roles in the early formation of modern Japan. As Finance Minister in 1871, Ōkubo enacted the Haitōrei Edict, which prohibited samurai from wearing swords in public. This edict effectively ended the samurai's high rank in Japanese society. Via @samuraimuseum Follow Me @samuraiisawesome
"This pair of iron-armored sleeves, dating from the 1790s, represents a type called TSUTSU GOTE, meaning that chain mail (KUSARI) links the iron plates on the forearm and upper arm together. Via @samuraimuseum Follow Me @samuraifanclub
" Via @ninja_vssamurai Follow Me @samurai_mylove
"by IttoOgami .  Via @samurai_concept Follow Me @samurailovers.hq
" Via @ninja_vssamurai Follow Me @samurai_c00l
" Via @empire_of_samurai Follow Me @samuraiisawesome
"A photo of Amidabashi over Zeniyagawa (now called Nakashima River) in Nagasaki from Adolfo Farsari's collection of Japan life during the late 19th century  Via @samurai_tamashii Follow Me @samuraifanclub
"Samurai animals Via @samuraijake65 Follow Me @samurai_mylove
" Via @ninja_vssamurai Follow Me @samurailovers.hq

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