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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

A Mughal gem-set jade-hilted koftgari steel Dagger (peshkabz) Northern India, 19th Century

WAKIZASHI, Sword: 17th century Japan (Edo Period: 1603-1867) Steel, gold, copper and gold alloy, ray skin, silk, lacquered wood, polished horn.

Velvet Jinbaori (Surcoat) with Mokkō and Paulownia Mon (Insignia) Edo period, late 16th century. Wool; H. 38 1/2 in. (97.9 cm); W. 21 1/2 in. (54.5 cm) Ōsaka Castle Museum

Kabuto, 18th century Iron, lacquer, wood Height 26.2 cm Depth 39.5 cm Dragon ornament length 33.5 cm; height 15 cm Loaned by the Center for Japanese Studies, University of Hawaii.

Samurai Ueno Hikoma holding a yumi (bow), ca. 1860. One of the first photos of a samurai

Japanese sword guard, If i had way too much money I would totally get one of these and use it as a lightswitch cover.

A Kabuto is a helmet used with traditional Japanese armor usually worn by the samurai class.