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Vintage drawing representing a group of samurai

Japanese Taikuns general and officers old war costumes. Created by Neuville after paintings and photos by unknown Japanese authors, published on Le Tour du Monde, Paris, 1867 - buy this stock photo on Shutterstock & find other images.

Samurai executioner, a well known old practitioner who by his own account had in a year when business was brisk a very tolerable income. He received some 7 ichiboos (about $2.30) per head, and had taken off as many as 350 heads in a twelve month period, his office, however was a despised one.

Samurai executioner, a well known old practitioner who by his own account had…

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'An unpolished crystal does not shine; an undisciplined samurai does not have brilliance. A samurai therefore should cultivate his mind.

Vita onore e morte dei samurai giapponesi nell’età feudale

Vita onore e morte dei samurai giapponesi nell’età feudale

Colorized photograph of Nakano Takeko (1847-1868), female samurai who fought and died in the Battle of Aizu (1868). - 9GAG

Colorized photograph of Nakano Takeko (1847-1868), female samurai who fought and died in the Battle of Aizu (1868).

An onna-bugeisha (女武芸者) was a female warrior. Members of the samurai class in feudal Japan, they were trained in the use of weapons to protect their household, family, and honor in times of war.

Life and death in the name of honor: the samurai  The Japanese Samurai were undoubtedly one of the greatest fighters in modern history. Their caste, that of warriors, was one of two classes of ' Japanese aristocracy . Their name is considered as deriving from the verb " saburau " which literally means "one who serves " . Another term by which the samurai were defined was bushi, from " bu "which means martial and" shi ", the union of the lower horizontal section showing the number 1 and the…

The Japanese Samurai were undoubtedly one of the greatest fighters in modern history. Their caste, that of warriors, was one of two classes of Japanese aristocracy.

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The Forty Seven Ronin. A rōnin (浪人) was a samurai with no lord or master during the feudal period of Japan. A samurai became masterless from the death or fall of his master, or after the loss of his master's favor or privilege.

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