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🇯🇵Shogun🇯🇵 Ровно 10 лет назад одна из моих любимых групп выпустила в свет альбом, который просто перевернул мое музыкальное сознание и заставил меня заниматься музыкой ещё усерднее, а ведь ребятам было всего чуть больше 20 лет. Всем Shogun🤘🏻. Bang your fucking head🔥!!! #shogun #trivium #metalcore #metal #music #tattoo #japantattoo #guitar #japan #samuraispirit #picoftheday #winter #darkness #sadness #followme #followback #follow4follow #vscocam

A Swinging Soul!

The #Nunchaku is, perhaps, the most famous of #kobudo weapons (thanks to #brucelee ). Weilding this common man's weapon is the easiest part, relatively speaking.

But mastering its soul -- the song it sings when it leaves the fighter's hand, travels in the air to unleash its blunt force, before returning to his hand again -- is somewhat like a quest for #Nirvana .
Very few reach that exalted state where the fighter's will and the Nunchaku's free spirit becomes one n the same...
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Dhuhlasi Sivakumaran and Nicolas Guignard are the 2 chosen students from Roots CBD gym to be part of the Samurai Squad for the next 3 months in our elite athlete competition training program. #rootsbjj #rootsrules #samuraispirit #champions #championmindset #bjj #bjjlife #bjjlifestyle #sydney #australia #competition #martialarts #trainhard #1
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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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"Samurai Orc. Art by Christian Villacis

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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)
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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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"Aquilo que foi doloroso suportar torna-se agradável depois de suportado; é natural sentir prazer no final do próprio sofrimento."
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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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