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Kari ebira with four arrows, 19th century, embossed leather decorated with paulownia vines in gold lacquer in a black-lacquered wood frame, the mounts in silver, the interior in red lacquer, the upright frame nashiji, fitted with tasseled silk cord and woven rattan tsurumaki (string holder),  four fletched arrows with bamboo shafts and iron arrowheads 37 1/2in (95.3cm) high, including arrows

Kari ebira with four arrows, 19th century, embossed leather decorated with paulownia vines in gold lacquer in a black-lacquered wood frame, the mounts in silver, the interior in red lacquer, the upright frame nashiji, fitted with tasseled silk cord and woven rattan tsurumaki (string holder), four fletched arrows with bamboo shafts and iron arrowheads 37 1/2in (95.3cm) high, including arrows

Kyudo line

Kyudo line

Japanese quiver and arrows, Edo period

Japanese quiver and arrows, Edo period

Saburosuke Nakajima, born in Uraga, he was a trained ship builder, he was one of the samurai who boarded Commodore Matthew Perry.'s ship in 1853. His detailed observation of the ships' interior allowed him to build a Western-style warship. Nakajima set up Japan's first real shipbuilding works and set to work. "The three-masted barque, called the Ho-o Maru, was completed in just six months and is testament to the extent of the knowledge and expertise in shipbuilding Nakajima had acquired.

Saburosuke Nakajima, born in Uraga, he was a trained ship builder, he was one of the samurai who boarded Commodore Matthew Perry.'s ship in 1853. His detailed observation of the ships' interior allowed him to build a Western-style warship. Nakajima set up Japan's first real shipbuilding works and set to work. "The three-masted barque, called the Ho-o Maru, was completed in just six months and is testament to the extent of the knowledge and expertise in shipbuilding Nakajima had acquired.

A selection of arrow heads used by Roman Auxiliaries. These reproductions are from the collection of Ian 'Spike' Martin of the Britannia Re-enactment Group.:

A selection of arrow heads used by Roman Auxiliaries. These reproductions are from the collection of Ian 'Spike' Martin of the Britannia Re-enactment Group.:

SAMURAI. TCR to increase your comprehension http://youtu.be/bK7NUdh01WY

SAMURAI. TCR to increase your comprehension http://youtu.be/bK7NUdh01WY

Inuit culture harpoons bone  - #guidofrilli

Inuit culture harpoons bone - #guidofrilli

Samurai's helmet, Kabuto

Samurai's helmet, Kabuto

Leather archer glove. Guante arquería by SvartaLader on Etsy

Leather archer glove. Guante arquería by SvartaLader on Etsy

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