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  Topic: Samurai women wearing head cover
hitokiri

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PostForum: Samurai History - Kamakura to Sengoku   Posted: Sat Jun 13, 2009 4:06 am   Subject: Samurai women wearing head cover
Here is the snapshot from taiga drama Hojo Tokimune.

http://www.samurai.or.id/other_files/hojotokimune.jpg
  Topic: Samurai women wearing head cover
hitokiri

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PostForum: Samurai History - Kamakura to Sengoku   Posted: Fri Jun 12, 2009 6:13 pm   Subject: Samurai women wearing head cover
I thought I'd seen this image somewhere, but in fact what I'd seen was another very similar one, probably taken in the same studio. Terry Bennet in Early Japanese Images attributes this to Kusakabe Ki ...
  Topic: Samurai women wearing head cover
hitokiri

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PostForum: Samurai History - Kamakura to Sengoku   Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 5:45 pm   Subject: Samurai women wearing head cover
Does anyone know why some of samurai women wear head cover?

http://www.samurai.or.id/other_files/samurai_woman_wearing_veils.jpg


I also watch taiga drama komyo ga tsuji and yoshitsune, and fou ...
  Topic: Edo Period Letterfold
hitokiri

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PostForum: Japanese Literature Forum   Posted: Sun May 31, 2009 7:46 pm   Subject: Edo Period Letterfold
http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/ha/a_r/komonjo0416.jpg

wow thank you. any pictures of the envelopes?
  Topic: Edo Period Letterfold
hitokiri

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PostForum: Japanese Literature Forum   Posted: Sat May 30, 2009 10:38 pm   Subject: Edo Period Letterfold
hi, I am looking for the guide on how to fold formal letter in edo period. i see on some movies sometimes they also use self-made envelope without glued, so i also want to know how to fold this envelo ...
  Topic: Hayashizaki
hitokiri

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PostForum: Samurai History - Kamakura to Sengoku   Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2006 3:17 pm   Subject: Hayashizaki
Does anyone know who the killer of Hayashizaki Jinsuke Minamoto Shigenobu's father was? I am not sure if this topic belongs in this forum or in martial arts forum, but what I am looking for is the his ...
  Topic: top knot and half bald
hitokiri

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PostForum: Samurai History - Kamakura to Sengoku   Posted: Sat Sep 09, 2006 2:35 pm   Subject: top knot and half bald
Is that true that only officially employed samurai shaving Sakayaki? while ronin were allowed not to shave? If yes, in which period that regulation was started?
  Topic: top knot and half bald
hitokiri

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PostForum: Samurai History - Kamakura to Sengoku   Posted: Sat May 20, 2006 2:12 pm   Subject: top knot and half bald
Sakayaki (shaved top) was started from Heian period.
It was to prevent heat while wearing Kabuto armor.
Later the hair style became common style for men.
http://www.cosmo.ne.jp/~barber/sakayaki.htm ...
  Topic: top knot and half bald
hitokiri

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PostForum: Samurai History - Kamakura to Sengoku   Posted: Mon May 15, 2006 11:42 pm   Subject: top knot and half bald
Do you mean Sakayaki and Souhatsu?

I don't know what their names are, do you know the story behind the style? I'd really appreciate it if you tell me.
  Topic: Use of Naginata and No Dachi on Sengoku period
hitokiri

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PostForum: Samurai History - Kamakura to Sengoku   Posted: Mon May 15, 2006 11:03 pm   Subject: Use of Naginata and No Dachi on Sengoku period
Read this: http://www.samurai.or.id/php/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=22
  Topic: top knot and half bald
hitokiri

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PostForum: Samurai History - Kamakura to Sengoku   Posted: Mon May 15, 2006 10:33 pm   Subject: top knot and half bald
Does anyone know the story behind top knot and half bald hair style of samurai? Was it required or was it only a style (meaning: a samurai might choose not to shave his hair half bald)?
  Topic: Martial Arts
hitokiri

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PostForum: Martial Arts   Posted: Mon May 08, 2006 12:42 am   Subject: Martial Arts
I practice Yamauchi-ha Muso Jikiden Eishin ryu Iaijutsu, Senshin ryu Jujutsu and Dentokan Aikijujutsu.
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