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Japanese samurai armour laced with red threads with bamboo, tiger, sparrow motif; from Kamakura era, 1185, Japan

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Scan from book “The History of Women’s Costume in Japan.”  Scanned by Lumikettu of Flickr.  Japanese costume many centuries ago…

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Jidai-Matsuri (Jidai-festival)in Kyoto Japan. Kamakura archer & attendant costume. kamakura-era.

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Syota Matsuda (Japanese acter). Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori". early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

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Rei Dan (Japanese actress). Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori". early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era.

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Kōben 康弁 (Koben). Active between +1198-1215. Established his own worship -- Shichijō Naka Bussho in Kyoto’s Shichijō district in the early 13th century. Two of his statues are extant. They are the Ryūtōki Ryūzō (Ryutoki Ryuzo) 竜燈鬼立像, a pair of demons-goblins dated to +1215 and located at Kōfukuji Temple 興福寺 in Nara. One is called Tentōki (Tentoki ) 天燈鬼 and the other Ryūtōki (Ryutoki) 龍燈鬼.

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A mask of Japanese Bugaku. "Nasori". The late 1100s. Heian era / Kamakura era.

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1202. Amida Nyorai by Kaikei. Kamakura-era saw greater simplicity and realism in Buddhist statuary. Hollow assembled woodblocks with polychrome, gold leaf, and crystal decoration. H 98.7 cm. Commissioned by Monk Chōgen. Tōdaiji Temple, Nara Japan.

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Japanese miniseries "Taira no Kiyomori". early from last years of Heian era in the Kamakura era rady's costume.

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great group of photos of japanese female garb. I have to start this at some point but right now I'm fascinated with british garb.

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