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Toh-shiya (Archery Contest) at Sanjusangen-do Temple, Kyoto, Japan: I like the incredible details done in the clothing. the colours all contract or harmonise with each other

Toh-shiya (Archery Contest) at Sanjusangen-do Temple, Kyoto, Japan: I like the incredible details done in the clothing. the colours all contract or harmonise with each other

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Le Kyudo, ou l’art du tir à l’arc à la Japonaise

Made Hello Kitty walls for all. Hope you enjoy using them. Add life to your phone by downloading these colorful wallpapers. Don't f...

Made Hello Kitty walls for all. Hope you enjoy using them. Add life to your phone by downloading these colorful wallpapers. Don't f...

"Luxury is a state of mind." - L'Wren Scott - Show your friends your style and tag them in the comments -  @singaporepoloclub - Tag #luxuryrevealed to be featured -  #luxury  #luxurious

"Luxury is a state of mind." - L'Wren Scott - Show your friends your style and tag them in the comments - @singaporepoloclub - Tag #luxuryrevealed to be featured - #luxury #luxurious

During the Setsubun celebration at the Gango-ji Temple in Nara, the lighting of the bonfire is a mixture or ceremony and theatre, as scrolls are chanted and the bonfire mound, then the four directions, are addressed with a sword and then bow and arrows before the fire is solemnly lit

Gango-ji Temple in Nara

During the Setsubun celebration at the Gango-ji Temple in Nara, the lighting of the bonfire is a mixture or ceremony and theatre, as scrolls are chanted and the bonfire mound, then the four directions, are addressed with a sword and then bow and arrows before the fire is solemnly lit

Yabusame, a type of mounted archery in Japan.... one word. BADASS.   But seriously, you have to admire being able to control the horse in pace and direction while firing an arrow at a target.   One of the most famous and celebrated incidents of Japanese mounted archery occurred during the Genpei War (1180–1185). During the Kamakura Period (1192–1334), mounted archery was used as a military training exercise to keep samurai prepared for war.

Yabusame, a type of mounted archery in Japan.... one word. BADASS. But seriously, you have to admire being able to control the horse in pace and direction while firing an arrow at a target. One of the most famous and celebrated incidents of Japanese mounted archery occurred during the Genpei War (1180–1185). During the Kamakura Period (1192–1334), mounted archery was used as a military training exercise to keep samurai prepared for war.

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