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12 Animations from the 2015 Sabani Sailing Race: Zamami Island

The GIFs Can Do the Talking In no particular order, have a peek at these traditional Okinawan boats sailing.

Replica of a traditional Japanese sailing vessel - hobiki bune

Replica of a traditional Japanese sailing trawler, or hobiki bune

F. M. Trautz This is an original photogravure of a sailing boat, Kisogawa, Japan. 1930

Trautz This is an original photogravure of a sailing boat, Kisogawa, Japan. See the complex sheeting system, like on some early viking rune stones.

Built in 1930, Nippon Maru is a retired sailing ship that is permanently docked at Minato Mirai and is open to the public. Across from the ship is the Yokohama Port Museum.

Built in Nippon Maru is a retired sailing ship that is permanently docked at Minato Mirai and is open to the public. Across from the ship is the Yokohama Port Museum.

Image 2: The Turtle Ships of Medieval Korea. While the Japanese had firearms, Korean technology had developed far past Japan’s due to their contact with China. The key to the turtle ship’s power were its heavy cannon, about a dozen mounted on each side. The Japanese, who never mounted guns on a boat or ship, preferred to get in close and board the ship, fighting in hand to hand combat.

Image 2: The Turtle Ships of Medieval Korea. While the Japanese had firearms, Korean technology had developed far past Japan’s due to their contact with China. The key to the turtle ship’s power were its heavy cannon, about a dozen mounted on each side. The Japanese, who never mounted guns on a boat or ship, preferred to get in close and board the ship, fighting in hand to hand combat.

Service vessel; Boat - National Maritime Museum

Service vessel; Boat - National Maritime Museum

CHINA OUT SOUTH KOREA OUT Sail boats called 'UtaseBune' depart as Hokkai shrimp autumn fishing season begins on October 2015 in Betsukai Hokkaido...

Sail boats called 'Utase Bune' depart as Hokkai shrimp autumn fishing season begins on October 2015 in Betsukai Hokkaido.

ruggedmenswear:  Korean Fisherman taking a break to smoke his...

Title: Korean boatman Date: ca. 1904 Place: Asia: South Korea Type: Portraits Description: Korean sailor takes a break from trasporting cargo and people, sitting under the shadow from the sail, smoking from his long bamboo pipe. He wears hemp clothes.

Sailing boat - Utagawa Kuniyoshi

"Sailing boat" by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Style: Ukiyo-e

Emi Takei

Emi Takei

▶ Okinawa Traditional Sailing Boat -SABANI- - YouTube

▶ Okinawa Traditional Sailing Boat -SABANI- - YouTube

"Kaiwo Maru", Japan

"Kaiwo Maru", Japan

Japanese Junk Sailing Out To Sea

hand-colored albumen print by an unknown photographer.

Chokkibune

Douglas Brooks specializes in the construction of authentic western and Japanese boats for museums and private clients. He also lofts boats for amateur boat builders.

Un barco tortuga. Nótese la cubierta única, para remeros y artilleros. Fuente: TURNBULL, Stephen; REYNOLDS, Wayne, Fighting Ships of the Far East (2) - Japan and Korea AD 612-1639. Oxford, Osprey Publishing, 2003, pp. 28-29.

The turtle ship is a ship that took 1 year to make just one and in the Korea, Japan war the 5 ships they had destroyed hundreds of cheaper ships and ended up winning the war.

Sailing boats returning to Yabase, (circa 1834), Eight views of Lake Biwa by Hiroshige Andô/Utagawa :: The Collection :: Art Gallery NSW

Sailing boats returning to Yabase, (circa Eight views of Lake Biwa by Hiroshige Andô/Utagawa :: The Collection :: Art Gallery NSW

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