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Jidai Matsuri (時代祭り) Festival, Japan

Jidai Matsuri (時代祭り) Festival, Japan

Samurai Warriors #tokyobling #fotografia #samurai #giappone

Samurai Warriors

Samurai Warriors #tokyobling #fotografia #samurai #giappone

Samurai wearing armor.

Samurai wearing armor.

Yokohagidō tōsei gusoku Saotome Iyuenari (helmet) and Ichiguchi Yoshikata (mask) Early to mid Edo period: 17th century (helmet); 18th century (mask and armor) © The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas

Yokohagidō tōsei gusoku Saotome Iyuenari (helmet) and Ichiguchi Yoshikata (mask) Early to mid Edo period: 17th century (helmet); 18th century (mask and armor) © The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas

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Jidai Matsuri Festival in Kyoto

Jidai Matsuri Festival in Kyoto

Tetsu kawa maze kuro urushi nuri hon kozane ni-mai dou gusoku.

Tetsu kawa maze kuro urushi nuri hon kozane ni-mai dou gusoku.

Jidai-Matsuri (Jidai-festival)in Kyoto Japan.   Hashiba Hideyoshi costume. Muromachi-era (Sengoku-era).

Jidai-Matsuri (Jidai-festival)in Kyoto Japan. Hashiba Hideyoshi costume. Muromachi-era (Sengoku-era).

Ganryuu mon tetsu sabiji tureyamamichi 2-mai dou gusoku.

Ganryuu mon tetsu sabiji tureyamamichi 2-mai dou gusoku.

Assembled set of antique Japanese lacquered iron samurai armor, including: helmet (kabuto) with flaring crest (maedate); "soft" cuirass (do) of individual scales and chain-maille; pending hanging tassets (kusazuri); pair ladies' (?) armored sleeves (kote) of diminutive size, with ornate hex-patterned fabric backing, and with hand guards (tekko); pair thigh guards (haidate); and pair gilt decorated leather shin guards (suneate); (flaws, worn, some losses); Edo Period or earlier

Assembled set of antique Japanese lacquered iron samurai armor, including: helmet (kabuto) with flaring crest (maedate); "soft" cuirass (do) of individual scales and chain-maille; pending hanging tassets (kusazuri); pair ladies' (?) armored sleeves (kote) of diminutive size, with ornate hex-patterned fabric backing, and with hand guards (tekko); pair thigh guards (haidate); and pair gilt decorated leather shin guards (suneate); (flaws, worn, some losses); Edo Period or earlier

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