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A MADERA Máscara japonesa NETSUKE DE JO Y UBA, último período de Edo, alrededor de 1850

A MADERA Máscara japonesa NETSUKE DE JO Y UBA, último período de Edo, alrededor de 1850

Mounting for a Tachi type Sword.      Dated: Edo period, 17th century.  | Copyright © 2013 Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Tachi Century CE Japanese Weapon, Edo japan) (©Boston Museum of Fine Arts)

Irises and Moth.  Suzuki Kiitsu  (鈴木其一; 1796–1858).  Edo period.  Hanging scroll; ink, color, and gold on silk.  101.6 x 33 cm (40 x 13 in.)  | Donated to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York by the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation in 2015

Irises and Moth Suzuki Kiitsu (鈴木其一; ink, color, and gold on silk x 33 cm x 13 in.) Donated to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York by the Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation in 2015

Nerikawa Tosei gusokuArmatura da samurai in pelleFine del periodo Edo (1615-1867)

Nerikawa Tosei gusoku

Nerikawa Tosei gusokuArmatura da samurai in pelleFine del periodo Edo

Kabuto (helmet) in the form of a five-storied pagoda, Edo period, 18th century, Wood, lacquer, leather, silk, and iron, H. overall, 86.3 cm, Kyoto National Museum.

wind factor kawari kabuto in the form of a five-storied pagoda, Edo period, century,

Shachihoko-Shaped Kabuto (Samurai helmet). Early Edo period, 18th century From the exhibition: “art of the Samurai period” at the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum

Early Edo periodFrom the exhibition: “art of the Samurai period” at the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum

Itō Jakuchū | Two Cranes | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

Two Cranes.

Elmo a forma di copricapoInizio del periodo Edo (1615-1867), XVII secolo Il kakuzukin, letteralmente copricapo rettangolare, era costruito con un tessuto di forma squadrata cucito lungo i bordi. Questo elmo simula la forma di tale berretto con una sovrastruttura in harikake - cartapesta mista a lacca - sopra ad un coppo in ferro.

Kakuzukin-nari kabuto

Elmo a forma di copricapoInizio del periodo Edo (1615-1867), XVII secolo Il kakuzukin, letteralmente copricapo rettangolare, era costruito con un tessuto di forma squadrata cucito lungo i bordi. Questo elmo simula la forma di tale berretto con una sovrastruttura in harikake - cartapesta mista a lacca - sopra ad un coppo in ferro.

PERIODO EDO espadas - Buscar con Google

PERIODO EDO espadas - Buscar con Google

WAKIZASHI, Sword  Late Edo Period: 1603-1867  Japan  Steel, copper, ray skin, silk, wood.

WAKIZASHI, Sword Late Edo Period: 1603-1867 Japan Steel, copper, ray skin, silk, wood.

Le Oiran ( 花魁 ) erano le cortigiane di alto rango di Edo (l'attuale Tokyo). Iniziarono a prestare servizio durante il periodo Edo (16...

A woman dressed as a tayu

A Suji-bachi Kabuto (Helmet) -  EDO PERIOD (17TH-18TH CENTURY) | Christie's

Suji-bachi Kabuto - Periodo Edo - c 1700

Antique Edo period ararebo (Japanese mace).

Antique Edo period ararebo (Japanese mace).

Inscribed by Naotane (Japanese, 1778–1857). Blade for a Short Sword (Wakizashi). Engraved by Yoshitane (Japanese), dated 1839. Japanese. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Brayton Ives and W.T. Walters, 1891 (91.2.84) #sword

Although both blades are by Naotane, that of the long sword (katana) is made in the Bizen style, while that of the short sword (wakizashi) is made in the Sōshū style. The engraving on both is attributed to Yoshitane, who decorated many of Naotane's blades

Lorea se aburre. Kimonos y otras cosas interesantes.: Asagao en el periodo Edo

Lorea se aburre. Kimonos y otras cosas interesantes.: Asagao en el periodo Edo

染付柳岩鳥文徳利 <br/>Wine Bottle with a Bird on a Rock under a Willow Tree Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: first half of the 17th century Culture: Japan Medium: Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration (Hizen ware)

染付柳岩鳥文徳利 <br/>Wine Bottle with a Bird on a Rock under a Willow Tree Period: Edo period Date: first half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration (Hizen ware)

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