Kyudo equipment. 弓具。 At 弓道場 kyudo-jo, places where kyudo is practiced, the yumi (bow) are placed on a wooden 弓立 (yumi-tate), or bow stand. The colorful tube-like objects are 矢筒 (yadzutsu) or quivers, in English. They can come in different colors, patterns, and lengths according to the length of an archer’s arrows.
Antique modular indoor archery set with collapsible small bow (koyumi), used by samurai women during the Edo period to play a game (yokyu), the game was also played in game centers by the public, the game center was called yokyuba in Kyoto/Osaka or yaba in Edo (tokyo).