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A Japanese general, circa 1865. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

A Japanese general, circa 1865. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

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Onna-Bugeisha: Female Samurai Warriors of Feudal Japan, 1800s

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Samurai holding a yumi (bow) and wearing a yugote (shooting sleeves) over his left arm.  Hand-colored photo, about 1870’s or 1880̵...

Samurai holding a yumi (bow) and wearing a yugote (shooting sleeves) over his left arm. Hand-colored photo, about 1870’s or 1880̵...

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Nakano Takeko was a Japanese female warrior of the Aizu domain, who fought and died during the Boshin War.

Nakano Takeko was a Japanese female warrior of the Aizu domain, who fought and died during the Boshin War.

Samurai carrying kendo equipment on his shoulder.

Samurai carrying kendo equipment on his shoulder.

Onna-bugeisha

Onna-bugeisha

Portraits of The Real Samurai in The 19 Century  A collection of interesting vintage photos of the real Samurai in Japan in the 19 century.   http://www.vintag.es/2013/04/the-real-samurai-in-19-century.html#more

Portraits of The Real Samurai in The 19 Century A collection of interesting vintage photos of the real Samurai in Japan in the 19 century. http://www.vintag.es/2013/04/the-real-samurai-in-19-century.html#more

Portrait of a former samurai.  Hand-colored photo taken in the 1870’s, Japan, a few years after the abolishing of the samurai by the command of the Emperor.  Photographer Felice Beato

Portrait of a former samurai. Hand-colored photo taken in the 1870’s, Japan, a few years after the abolishing of the samurai by the command of the Emperor. Photographer Felice Beato

Samurai in traditional non-combat clothing. Armor became increasingly pointless in the 19th century, as Japan was largely in a period of peace, combined with the modern weapons of the West which made samurai obsolete.

Samurai in traditional non-combat clothing. Armor became increasingly pointless in the 19th century, as Japan was largely in a period of peace, combined with the modern weapons of the West which made samurai obsolete.

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