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The women of the samurai had as main role to look after the house. This was especially crucial in the ' feudal times , when the husbands were often away fighting in other States or engaged in clan battles. His wife, or okugatasama (literally: the one who stays at home), as well as look after the children and chores, he was often having to physically defend the house from thieves and invaders. For this reason, many women of the samurai class were trained skillful use of a weapon in the…

In feudal times, the samurai's wife, or okugatasama (literally: the one who stays at home), looked after the children and chores, and defend the house from thieves and invaders while her husband was away in State or clan battles.

flyingantday:  Indigo Shibori Juban.

Man’s juban Silk Shibori This shibori technique is referred to as mino shibori because the lines that radiate from the neck resemble the straw raincoats, or mino, worn in traditional Japan. via Daily Japanese Textile

Ukiyo-e Salon

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MORIMURA Ray 1993 Jinba Kaido. I am absolutely in awe of Ray Morimura's woodblock prints.

Japanese artist Ray morimura (or Morimura Ray, rather) creates graphically detailed prints from woodblocks that are so exquisitely designed

Musashino, Tales of Ise, episode 12. 俵屋宗達 Tawaraya Sōtatsu (act. ca. 1600–40). Japan, early to mid-17th century. Poetry sheet mounted as hanging scroll. Idemitsu Museum of Art, Tokyo.

Musashino, Tales of Ise, episode 12. 俵屋宗達 Tawaraya Sōtatsu (act. ca. 1600–40). Japan, early to mid-17th century. Poetry sheet mounted as hanging scroll. Idemitsu Museum of Art, Tokyo.

Detail. Cactus and Roosters a/k/a Cactus and Domestic Fowls. 1789. Ito Jakuchu, Fusuma. Saifuku Temple. Japan.

Cactus and Roosters a/k/a Cactus and Domestic Fowls.

Horses Japanese Woman Riding Sidesaddle Ukiyo-e Utagawa

Horses Japanese Woman Riding Sidesaddle Ukiyo-e Utagawa

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yama-bato: “ Okada Koichi Five Views of Mount Fuji - Artelino ”

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