Leaves and Bird  Shibata Zeshin  (Japanese, 1807–1891)  Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Hanging scroll; ink on silk

Leaves and Bird Shibata Zeshin (Japanese, 1807–1891) Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Hanging scroll; ink on silk

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Japanese Art. Samurai Woodblock Print Reproductions: Samurai on horseback with a sword by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, c. 1848. Fine Art Print

Japanese Art. Samurai Woodblock Print Reproductions: Samurai on horseback with a sword by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, c. 1848. Fine Art Print

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by Miyamoto Musashi  Having mastered the art of the sword, Musashi applied his insight and skills to writing, poetry, painting and sculpture among others. He is noted for saying, "The Way of the warrior does not include other Ways...but if you know the Way broadly you will see it in everything." His surviving work is proof of his talent and some periods are among the most recognized for that period.

by Miyamoto Musashi Having mastered the art of the sword, Musashi applied his insight and skills to writing, poetry, painting and sculpture among others. He is noted for saying, "The Way of the warrior does not include other Ways...but if you know the Way broadly you will see it in everything." His surviving work is proof of his talent and some periods are among the most recognized for that period.

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Kendo, Japanese Fencing (1890s). Kendo (剣道 kendō?), meaning "Way of The Sword", is a modern Japanese martial art of sword-fighting descended from traditional swordsmanship (kenjutsu) which originated with the samurai class of feudal Japan. Swordsmen in Japan established schools of kenjutsu (the ancestor of kendo) which continued for centuries and which form the basis of kendo practice today.

Kendo, Japanese Fencing (1890s). Kendo (剣道 kendō?), meaning "Way of The Sword", is a modern Japanese martial art of sword-fighting descended from traditional swordsmanship (kenjutsu) which originated with the samurai class of feudal Japan. Swordsmen in Japan established schools of kenjutsu (the ancestor of kendo) which continued for centuries and which form the basis of kendo practice today.

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