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Carcaj de flechas (utsubo) de mimbre - Siglo XVII o XVIII - Longitud: 99cm

A rattan arrow quiver (utsubo) Edo period Century), brown woven rattan, long.

A lacquered arrow quiver (utsubo)  Edo period (17th-18th century)  The utsubo of woven rattan lacquered in dark brown, with lid of lacquered leather, with a gilt jumonji mon 39in. (99cm.) long.

A lacquered arrow quiver (utsubo) Edo period century) The utsubo of woven rattan lacquered in dark brown, with lid of lacquered leather, with a gilt jumonji mon long.

Ebira - Kyudo arrow quiver

japaneseaesthetics: ““Ebira”, Japanese samurai quiver for holding arrows. About century, Japan ”

Ebira (quiver) 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.

Ebira (quiver) with four arrows, century, Japan, embossed leather decorated…

Antique Edo period samurai kago yumi (kago hankyu / rimankyu), a small bow made from horn instead of wood, used by samurai when traveling in a palanquin (litter or sedan chair). Small ya (arrows) and kago ebira (quiver).

Samurai kago hankyu which are a smaller version of a Yumi Dai. These were to be carried with a Daimyo in a palanquin and could be used in those typically close quarters. These sets are extremely rare

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【江戸時代】憧れの「鎧甲冑を手に入れる」チャンス到来。でもお高いんでしょう… いやいや、モノによっては

Kari-Ebira - Japanese quiver and arrows. Mid-19th century, Japan Kari ebira or black-lacquered quiver. It is adorned with a dragonfly and a maru ni ki no ji style mon from the the Aoki, Kimura and Takagi families. It is decorated with the hiramakie and takamakie techniques.  It comes with seven orange lacquered arrows fitted with war arrow heads.

Kari-Ebira - Japanese quiver and arrows. century, Japan Kari ebira or black-lacquered quiver. It is adorned with a dragonfly and a maru ni ki no ji style mon from the the Aoki, Kimura and Takagi families. It is decorated with the hiramakie.

Suji bachi kabuto, mogami dou gusoku, on the left is a yumi -dai (archery set) consisting of a quiver, arrows, bows and a carrier. Samurai Exhibit, Portland Art Museum.

Suji bachi kabuto, mogami dou gusoku, on the left is a yumi -dai (archery set)…

Utusbo, a type of closed quiver, 18th to 19th century, red lacquer work and boar hide, with gilt takaha (hawk feather) and tomoe (comma) mon; woven leather strap at side; knotted green rope at mid-section.  96.5 cm long.

Utusbo, a type of closed quiver, to century, red lacquer work and boar hide, with gilt takaha (hawk feather) and tomoe (comma) mon; woven leather strap at side; knotted green rope at mid-section.

Yebira (arrow quiver), utsubo type.

Yebira (arrow quiver), utsubo type.

Yabusame (流鏑馬) is a type of mounted archery in traditional Japanese archery. An archer on a running horse shoots three special "turnip-headed" arrows successively at three wooden targets.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yabusame

美しすぎる日本の伝統儀式「流鏑馬 (やぶさめ)」陰陽道で宇宙と呼応する画像 26選

Yabusame (流鏑馬) is a type of mounted archery in traditional Japanese archery. An archer on a running horse shoots three special “turnip-headed” arrows successively at three wooden targets.

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