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DIY Stylish Leather Dog Collar

DIY Stylish Leather Dog Collar

Japanischer Stahl - Alles rund um japanische Kampfkünste und Kultur, Kyudo, Kyujutsu, Iaido, Iaijutsu, Battodo, Tameshigiri, Test Cutting, Samurai, Magie, Mystik, Buddhismus, Shinto, Kumitachi, Senbongiri, Schwertkunst, Schwertkampf, Tachi Uchi no Kurai, Klingen, Katana, Shodo, Shado, Kodo, Heki Ryu, Insai Ha

Japanischer Stahl - Alles rund um japanische Kampfkünste und Kultur, Kyudo, Kyujutsu, Iaido, Iaijutsu, Battodo, Tameshigiri, Test Cutting, Samurai, Magie, Mystik, Buddhismus, Shinto, Kumitachi, Senbongiri, Schwertkunst, Schwertkampf, Tachi Uchi no Kurai, Klingen, Katana, Shodo, Shado, Kodo, Heki Ryu, Insai Ha

Turkish archery

Turkish archery

Rattan arrow quivers (utsubo) Edo period (17th-18th Century), Japan.  brown woven rattan, 39in. (99cm.) long, Japan

Rattan arrow quivers (utsubo) Edo period (17th-18th Century), Japan. brown woven rattan, 39in. (99cm.) long, Japan

Quiver : Ebira

Quiver : Ebira

Set of quiver and eight arrows

Set of quiver and eight arrows

the bow hand

the bow hand

Inagaki Sensei kyudo

Inagaki Sensei kyudo

Yajiri (yanone), the arrowhead of the Japanese (samurai) war arrow     File:Arrowheads, Japan, 1600s to 1800s - Higgins Armory Museum - DSC05537.JPG

Yajiri (yanone), the arrowhead of the Japanese (samurai) war arrow File:Arrowheads, Japan, 1600s to 1800s - Higgins Armory Museum - DSC05537.JPG

Ya (矢 arrow?) is the Japanese word for arrow, and commonly refers to the arrows used in Kyudo (Japanese archery). Unlike Western arrows, the ya is close to a metre long or longer. Traditional ya are made from natural materials

Ya (矢 arrow?) is the Japanese word for arrow, and commonly refers to the arrows used in Kyudo (Japanese archery). Unlike Western arrows, the ya is close to a metre long or longer. Traditional ya are made from natural materials