Japanese (samurai) fire costumes (kaji shozoku) and equipment.

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I love the fire fighter and fishermen coats from this era. "Fire Master",Photography by Felice Beato, Hand-colored albumen silver print in Views of Japan 10 x 8 in. Vintage Japanese, Japanese Art, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Art Japonais, Art Textile, Japanese Textiles, Japan Photo, We Are The World

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thekimonogallery: “ “Hikeshi” (Japanese fire fighter). “Fire Master”,Photography by Felice Beato, 1866–67. Hand-colored albumen silver print in Views of Japan (1868). 10 7/16 x 8 in. ”

Samurai wearing a fire costume (kaji shozoku) consisting of a kaji kabuto (fire helmet) with a kaji shikoro (fire cape) attached to the bottem edge of the helmet, he is also wearing a kaji haori and muneate (fire jacket and breast protector). Samurai Weapons, Samurai Armor, Japanese Warrior, Japanese Sword, Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Geisha, Tattoo Samurai, Fire Costume

Samurai wearing a fire costume (kaji shozoku) consisting of a kaji kabuto (fire helmet) with a kaji shikoro (fire cape) attached to the bottem edge of the helmet, he is also wearing a kaji haori and muneate (fire jacket and breast protector).

Edo period samurai kaji haori, muneate and ate-obi (fire jacket, chest protector… Japanese Warrior, Japanese Men, Japanese Design, Japanese Kimono, Edo Period Japan, Fire Costume, Male Kimono, Japan Outfit, Japanese Costume

Edo period samurai kaji haori, muneate and ate-obi (fire jacket, chest protector and belt).

Kaji kabuto (fire helmet) and kaji (hikeshi) shikoro (samurai fire helmet and… Samurai Helmet, Samurai Weapons, Samurai Armor, Arm Armor, Orientation Outfit, Fire Helmet, Battle Dress, Japanese Warrior, Shadow Warrior

Kaji kabuto (fire helmet) and kaji (hikeshi) shikoro (samurai fire helmet and cape). Edo Period (18th Century) The iron bowl gold lacquered and mounted with the typical broad peak and wide fukigayeshi, the latter gilded, and a multi stage tehen kanamono decorated with a fringe of grey hair, a fore crest [mayedate] of lacquered wood in the form of crossed fans mounted on the front, fitted to the lower edge is a large cape in blue Dutch cloth lined with green silk

Toyohara Chikanobu "Guard Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace, 1892 (part. All Japanese, Japanese Prints, Geisha, Japanese Festival, Japan Painting, Asian Love, Japan Art, Woodblock Print, Print Pictures

Toyohara Chikanobu (1838 - 1912) Guard Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace, 1892, detail view, Oban triptych. The six women in the foreground are guards, uniformly dressed in thick black robes and protective headgear. They are responsible for protecting the palace residents whenever there is a fire or other disturbance. Several carry halberds (naginata); behind them in silhouette are similarly garbed shadowy figures and palace buildings set against burning embers blown from the Edo Castle walls.

Kaji kabuto and kaji shikoro, early Edo period, seventeenth century, masterpieces from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection. All Japanese, Japanese History, Traditional Japanese, Samurai Helmet, Samurai Armor, Edo Period Japan, Fire Costume, Japanese Outfits, Japanese Clothing

Expo passée : Armures de samouraïs au Quai Branly - Nouvelle Feuille

Une seconde expo désormais terminée, qui mérite d'être signalée : la présentation au Quai Branly de la très belle collection d'armures...

Toyohara Chikanobu - Guard Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace, All Japanese, Japanese Prints, Oriental Design, China Painting, Triptych, Woodblock Print, Print Pictures, Chinese Art, Mafia

Toyohara Chikanobu (1838 - 1912) Guard Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace, 1892, detail view, Oban triptych. The six women in the foreground are guards, uniformly dressed in thick black robes and protective headgear. They are responsible for protecting the palace residents whenever there is a fire or other disturbance. Several carry halberds (naginata); behind them in silhouette are similarly garbed shadowy figures and palace buildings set against burning embers blown from the Edo Castle walls.

Kaji zukin (fire hood) and Kaji (hikeshi) shikoro, a fire costume worn by samurai during fires, Matsuyama castle, Japan. Fire Costume, Japanese Countryside, Battle Dress, Kendo, Costume Accessories, Geisha, Firefighter, Samurai, Reusable Tote Bags

Kaji zukin (fire hood) and Kaji (hikeshi) shikoro, a fire costume worn by samurai during fires, Matsuyama castle, Japan.

Japanese fireman's pick axe (tobiguchi), Edo period, wood and iron. The Art Institute of Chicago. Hand To Hand Combat, Fire Equipment, Shadow Warrior, Antique Tools, Edo Period, Arm Armor, Art Institute Of Chicago, Fire Engine, Cool Tools

Fireman's Pick Ax | The Art Institute of Chicago

Edo period (1615–1868), 1600/1868

Chiyoda Castle (Album of Women) Toyohara Chikanobu (Japanese, Period: Meiji period Date: 1895 Culture: Japan Medium: Triptych of polychrome woodblock prints; ink and color on paper Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Japanese Folklore, Japanese Sword, Retro Tattoos, Japanese Aesthetic, Korean Art

Toyohara Chikanobu (1838 - 1912) Guard Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace, 1892. Oban triptych. The six women in the foreground are guards, uniformly dressed in thick black robes and protective headgear. They are responsible for protecting the palace residents whenever there is a fire or other disturbance. Several carry halberds (naginata); behind them in silhouette are similarly garbed shadowy figures and palace buildings set against burning embers blown from the Edo Castle walls.

Daimyo’s wife headdress used during fires. The yellow wool hat is ornated with a flowered branches pattern, of European inspiration, perhaps from the Netherlands. The shi- koro is embroidered in relief with a dragon coming from foaming waves. Samurai Clothing, Fire Costume, Kimono Japan, Art Japonais, Japanese Aesthetic, Power Dressing, Japanese Textiles, Museum Collection, Animal Design

Kaijizukin- Daimyo’s wife headdress - Art from China and Japan - Espace 4

Daimyo’s wife headdress used during fires. The yellow wool hat is ornated with a flowered branches pattern, of European inspiration.