Minamoto no Yoriyoshi (988-1082) He is general who is superior in the horseman morphism, was the leader of the soldiers of east country. He suppressed the rebellion of the northern country, founded the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu shrine in Kamakura.

Minamoto no Yoriyoshi He is general who is superior in the horseman morphism, was the leader of the soldiers of east country. He suppressed the rebellion of the northern country, founded the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu shrine in Kamakura.

"Sasaki Takatsuna" 佐々木高纲, (1160 - December 8, 1214) Was a commander in the Genpei War, the great conflict between the Minamoto and Taira Clans

Sasaki Takatsuna 佐々木 高綱, – December Was a Japanese samurai commander in the Genpei War, the great conflict between the Minamoto and Taira clans

Honda Tadakatsu

Because Samurai pictures are too cool not to post lots of them. This page has links to a variety of information about Sengoku/Shogun/Samurai military culture and history.

Samurai - 10 things you didn't know about them

Samurai - 10 things you didn't know about them

Japanese samurai warriors are one of the most interesting and renown fighting units in human history. Learn about their history, equipment, way of life, and more.

Watanabe no Tsuna (953-1025) He is one person among four generals of subordinate of Minamoto no Yorimitsu. The scene to which he cut down the arm of the ghost woman in "Rajomon" gate is drawn in this picture.

Watanabe no Tsuna He is one person among four generals of subordinate of Minamoto no Yorimitsu. The scene to which he cut down the arm of the ghost woman in "Rajomon" gate is drawn in this picture.

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Samurai on horseback, wearing ō-yoroi armour, carrying bow (yumi) and arrows in a yebira quiver

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