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Yabusame – Horse Archery at Meiji Shrine

thekimonogallery: Japanese horse back archery, Yabusame 流鏑馬. At the budo, or martial arts, tournament and exhibition at Tokyo’s Meiji Shrine. via Tokyobling.

Minimal yet intricate all at once. Love Japanese inspired print blocks/prints. Yasunari Ikenaga -

Contemporary Artist: Ikenaga Yasunari (b. ) -Ikenaga Yasunari (right) with collector and recent painting Born in artist Ikenaga Yasunari’s serene and soothing portraits of modern women.

"Beauties In The Snow" ... By Utamaro Kitagawa, Japan

Beauties in the Snow By Utamaro Kitagawa (喜多川 歌麿? 1753 – October He was a Japanese printmaker and painter, who is considered one of the greatest artists of woodblock prints (ukiyo-e)"-".

Yabusame, Japanese ritual mounted archery

Female archer in traditional outfit performing Yabusame, Japanese ritual mounted archery.

Traditional Edo-Kimekomi Dolls

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Yabusame is a type of mounted archery in traditional Japanese archery. An archer on a running horse shoots three special "turnip-headed" arrows successively at three wooden targets. This style of archery has its origins at  beginning of Kamakura period. Minamoto no Yoritomo became alarmed at the lack of archery skills his samurai had. He organized yabusame as a form of practice.

Yabusame is a type of mounted archery in traditional Japanese archery. An archer on a running horse shoots three special "turnip-headed" arrows successively at three wooden targets. This style of archery has its origins at beginning of Kamakura period.

Il existe de nombreux types d'obi : Maru obi (丸帯?), ceinture caractérisée par des motifs courants sur l'intégralité des deux faces, il généralement réalisé en brocard de soie. D'une largeur moyenne de 33 cm pour une longueur comprise entre 360 et 450 cm, il s'agit du plus formel des obi. SUITE https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obi

they have Kimono schools Hakubi Kyoto Kimono School An extraordinary fashion show of modern and classic kimonos. The Hakubi School is one of the largest and most prestigious kimono schools in Japan.

Photographer Hidenobu Suzuki Beautifully Captured Japan During The Rainy Season

The Nachi Water Fall is 133 meters high, 13 meters wide, and has a water flow of one ton per second. This is actually the highest waterfall in Japan and the object of the worship in the Kumano Nachi Grand Shrine.

yabusame ou tir à l'arc à cheval

yabusame ou tir à l'arc à cheval

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