Boy in traditional costume visit the Shinto shrine as part of a coming-of-age celebration. Tokyo, Japan. Photographer Laurent T (aka thery...)

Boy in traditional costume visit the Shinto shrine as part of a coming-of-age celebration. Tokyo, Japan. Photographer Laurent T (aka thery...)

先日の流鏑馬 - ツイナビ | ツイッター(Twitter)ガイド

先日の流鏑馬 - ツイナビ | ツイッター(Twitter)ガイド

Samurai

Samurai

やはり後ろ姿がイイネ!

やはり後ろ姿がイイネ!

Japanese Kagura theater Kabuki - traditional Japanese opera, more similar to the Chinese then Europen opera

Japanese Kagura theater Kabuki - traditional Japanese opera, more similar to the Chinese then Europen opera

蘇利古.jpg - このみちはどこへつづく

蘇利古.jpg - このみちはどこへつづく

懐剣 Kaiken, is a dagger to put in a belt (OBI ) when wearing wedding kimono Uchikake. Kaiken are usually in a bag of white cloth. Women born in the former samurai were in possession of a dagger for self-defense.

懐剣 Kaiken, is a dagger to put in a belt (OBI ) when wearing wedding kimono Uchikake. Kaiken are usually in a bag of white cloth. Women born in the former samurai were in possession of a dagger for self-defense.

Japanese fox masks for festival

Japanese fox masks for festival

Foxes (Kitsune) are a common subject of Japanese myth and folklore. Foxes are thought to be able to take human form. In myth, they sometimes possess humans or shapeshift. This is often for the purpose of seducing humans. There are several Japanese myths in which young men or women unknowingly marry a fox.Foxes are thought to be the messengers of the Gods. The marriage of foxes is considered a good omen.

Foxes (Kitsune) are a common subject of Japanese myth and folklore. Foxes are thought to be able to take human form. In myth, they sometimes possess humans or shapeshift. This is often for the purpose of seducing humans. There are several Japanese myths in which young men or women unknowingly marry a fox.Foxes are thought to be the messengers of the Gods. The marriage of foxes is considered a good omen.

胡徳楽 / Kotokuraku, Bungaku at Itsukushima Shrine, Miyajima, Hiroshima, January 2008

胡徳楽 / Kotokuraku, Bungaku at Itsukushima Shrine, Miyajima, Hiroshima, January 2008

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