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the-evil-clergyman · 2 days ago
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Sato Masakiyo Hunting the Magic Two-Tailed Tiger by Utagawa Kunitsuna (1860)
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renatapcepositive · 17 hours ago
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enriquemzn262 · 4 months ago
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Japanese samurai cowboy. 
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ins0mnia-dreams · a month ago
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There is no secret or some hidden knowledge that Jedi were created under the heavy influence of Japanese samurai culture. Space warriors, servants of the government and state. And I had a thought "What if make designs more eastern influenced and still GFFA ' There is result.
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aleksiremesart · a month ago
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Zenos yae Galvus / Final Fantasy XIV
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ichimakesart · a year ago
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Momotaro
My new idea for a Dnd character. Halfling paladin born from a peach.
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imwaaal-cyberpunk · 5 months ago
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present-future · 6 months ago
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by Dragon76
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100053698886957
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jakubrozalski · 8 months ago
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‘Brothers in arms - Shaman’ "What do you mean it was your last arrow?"  Continuation and another part of the story from the 'Brothers in arms' series. Stories about William, a young hospital knight who lost his faith, disappointed with the crusades, and at the end of the 13th century, with a merchant caravan set off to Asia. After years of travel and extraordinary adventures, ended up in Japan, where he became a friend of a Samurai named Sukesada.Together they faced the Mongol invasion and had many extraordinary adventures. William wrote down his adventures in his personal journal. It is hard to say what of the stories he describes is true and what is just colored fiction. The reason for that is the fact that William had a tendency to exaggerate and very fanciful descriptions of his adventures. "The young girl who begged us for help came from a nearby village tormented by a sadistic Shaman. She told us stories about some dark rituals and demons. Without thinking we set out to help these poor people. The road to the village was marked by a line of trees, on which massacred people hung. There was a strange smell of sulfur in the air, it was quiet, unnaturally quiet. I saw focus and tension on my companion's face, but no fear. And then, I saw him, screaming, hitting the drum, in a mad dance, like he was casting some dark spell. Suddenly, the tree behind him turned into a huge, demonic monster. The monster appeared to be some sort of a demonic servant and guardian of this Shaman. This task turned out to be much more difficult than I initially assumed” Work process: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/Xnqe8n
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setaphil-edits · 2 months ago
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so there are these two old timers...
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luisonte · 2 months ago
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Y estás muerto
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redsamuraiii · 3 months ago
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Descendants of Samurai by Ryotaro Horiuchi
Excerpts from Ryotaro Horiuchi:
The Samurai still live in today’s Japan. 
In the Soma region of Fukushima prefecture, there is a traditional Samurai festival called “Soma Nomaoi”, which is said to have continued for more than 1000 years. At the festival, the descendants of Samurai continue to protect their culture in parallel with living their current lives.
Today they have the same strict hierarchical relationships and rank system that they used to, and they have a strong sense of protecting their general. Before the modern era, “Samurai” was a profession in itself but now they all have their modern profession. 
Nevertheless, the spirit of the Samurai is inherited in them.
Some are lucky to have armor that has been passed down in their family. But some purchase antique armor and repair to make it to its unique and the others custom order armor for themselves. Armor for them is more than an heirloom, it is a functional instrument, which acts as a tool to display their character.
They have been “preserving the traditions they should inherit” and “accepting the changes come with the times” in parallel. With this effort, they pass down their culture by keeping it alive. The Samurai spirit living in them is indispensable for them to continue to be Samurai in today’s society.
More at Ryotaro Horiuchi
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the-evil-clergyman · 3 months ago
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Tametomo and the Wolf Pups, from the series Ten Admirable Deeds of Tametomo by Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1847-48)
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scifi-fantasy-horror · a month ago
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by  YJM
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chunlo · 7 months ago
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35% off everything in the shop https://society6.com/belgeist
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isaakramos · 6 months ago
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Champloo print I got to do, up at Guzu Gallery
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bonedwoo · 3 months ago
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niki0 · a year ago
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Broken Youth
I was listening to this song and I felt a little inspired.
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kryenna · 2 months ago
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city-cost · 4 months ago
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Any Japanese garden fans out there? This one is a beauty. This is Oyakuen in the city of Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture. One of the kanji characters from the name Oyakuen (御薬園) means “medicine," referring to the medicinal herbs grown here.
Samurai of the Aizu clan started growing medicinal herbs in this garden in the 17th century in an effort to help the local people combat sickness and disease.
Oyakuen features a pond shaped like the kanji character for “heart.” On a small island in the center of the pond is a tea house which still reveals the scars of the Boshin War, when imperial troops defeated the Aizu samurai during the Meiji Restoration.
The garden has been designated a Site of Scenic Beauty.
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