Japanese Clothing

Collection by Bryce Forgue

Bryce Forgue
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. Katana, Ronin Samurai, Samurai Swords, Samurai Champloo, Japanese Warrior, Japanese Sword, Kendo, Fantasy Male, Ju Jitsu

samuraitears: The Ronin life - sekigan

samuraitears: “The Ronin life ”

Photo de Tokugawa Yoshinobu, c. 1880 Note : Tokugawa Yoshinobu 徳川慶喜 et dernier shōgun 将軍 - fils de Tokugawa Nariaki 徳川斉昭 - Tokugawa bakufu 徳川幕府 à Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Asian History, Kendo, Katana, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Photo Japon, Maori

Old Asia Photography

Old Asia Photography, purveyors of early East and Southeast Asian photography.

Chinese style Clothes Fullset-Red Fish-King LanLing,AS-Charm( Anime Dolls, Bjd Dolls, Pretty Dolls, Beautiful Dolls, Chinese Style, Asian Style, Katsuki Yuri, Fashion Dolls, Fashion Outfits

AS70+cm Chinese style Clothes Fullset-Red Fish-King LanLing

AS70+cm Chinese style Clothes Fullset-Red Fish-King LanLing,AS-Charm( 65-74cm),AS Clothes

一番の日本人!【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】Ainu Robe Period: Meiji period Culture: Japan Medium: Cotton and wool with applique (kiri-fuse) Classification: Textiles-Costumes: Metropolitan Museum of Art. Look Kimono, Kimono Jacket, Kimono Fashion, Ethnic Fashion, Fashion Women, Ainu People, Style Africain, Ethno Style, Japanese Textiles

Ainu robe | Japan | Meiji period (1868–1912) | The Met

The indigenous people of Hokkaido and the adjacent islands in the northern part of Japan, as well as of the Kuriles and Sakhalin in the former U.S.S.R., are known as Ainu. The origin of the Ainu is uncertain, and their light complexions, heavy beards, and abundant wavy, black hair distinguish them from the Japanese

My kinda open carry! Samurai Swords, Katana Swords, Fantasy Weapons, Fantasy Katana, Kendo, Photo Reference, Costume Design, Martial Arts, Character Inspiration



Yasuke African Samurai of the Japanese Warlord Nobunaga Oda. “Japan is not a place one would usually associate with immigrants from Africa or the Caribbean. Yet in the late century Japan’s most powerful warlord, Oda Nobunaga, had a African page. Ronin Samurai, Samurai Warrior, Afro Samurai, Real Samurai, Samurai Anime, Samurai Art, Black History Facts, Black History Month, Strange History

African History Lesson : Yasuke [The African Samurai]

African History Lesson : Yasuke A remarkable tale of the young African slave who rose to prominence within a year in Japan

“Pilgrim going up Fujiyama” studio photo by Kusakabe Kimbei, ca. ~ from commercial photo catalog that featured over classic views of old Meiji-era Japan. Japanese Warrior, Japanese Men, Japanese Culture, Vintage Japanese, Japanese History, Nagoya, Osaka, Photo Japon, Japan Photo


culturalcrosspollination: “ Japanese man from the Meiji era ”

Geisha re-lighting her tobacco pipe from an ember pot. The pipe is called a "Kiseru". late Meiji-era photograph by an unknown Japanese photographer. Japanese Photography, Old Photography, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Albert Kahn, Kimono Design, Meiji Era, Film Inspiration, Japan Photo


Ooops. Wait a minute. My bad. Forget the cocaine thing. She's actually re-lighting her tobacco pipe from an ember pot. The pipe is called a "Kiseru". Notice the nice kimono design! If she leans over a little bit farther, a couple of folks could get up a good game of Checkers right on her back ! Also, is it just my imagination or does her OBI look llke a hand-towel stuck in the door handle of my refrigerator ? One thing's for sure -- if these geisha were alive today, they'd shoot me…

The Actor Otani Oniji Katsukawa Shun'ei (Japanese, Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper Samurai, Japanese Store, Japan Shop, Parasols, Funky Art, Historical Maps, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Japan Art

Katsukawa Shun'ei 勝川春英 | The Actor Otani Oniji | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met

The Actor Otani Oniji Katsukawa Shun'ei (Japanese, 1762–1819) Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper