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The Takeda battle formation in Koshu, the basic shape was roughly common to all Muromachi armies, and apart from increased numbers of teppo ashigaru, stayed the same way until Bakumatsu, ie the end of Edo. In the right foreground. A group of Yumi-ashigaru archers with borrowed bows (Okashi-yumi), and five Teppo-ashigaru with borrowed teppo (Okashi-deppo), there were five each of these groups. The top leaders are on horses and called Yumi-Bugyo and Teppo-Bugyo respectively.

The Takeda battle formation in Koshu, the basic shape was roughly common to all…

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"Sekigahara, 1600", Angus McBride Honda Tadatsugu (本多 忠次, 1547–1612) Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川 家康 31 de enero de 1543 – 1 de junio de 1616) Date Masamune (伊達 政宗 5 de septiembre de 1567 – 27 de junio de 1636) http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_Masamune Kuroda Nagamasa (黒田長政 1568-1623) Ii Naomasa (井伊直政 4 de marzo de 1561 – 24 de marzo de 1602)

"Sekigahara, 1600", Angus McBride Honda Tadatsugu (本多 忠次, 1547–1612) Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川 家康 31 de enero de 1543 – 1 de junio de 1616) Date Masamune (伊達 政宗 5 de septiembre de 1567 – 27 de junio de 1636) http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_Masamune Kuroda Nagamasa (黒田長政 1568-1623) Ii Naomasa (井伊直政 4 de marzo de 1561 – 24 de marzo de 1602)

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The steps needed for a samurai to equip his armor. Mystery of History Volume Lesson 63

Siege of Osaka

Siege of Osaka

A Gang of Wako (Japanese Pirates) Disembark on the Coast of Korea and Begin a Raid Inland

A Gang of Wako (Japanese Pirates) Disembark on the Coast of Korea and Begin a Raid Inland

"The allied Oda/Tokugawa army take a brief rest on their way to the relief of Nagashino, 1575"

The allied Oda/Tokugawa army take a brief rest on their way to the relief of Nagashino, - art by Howard Gerrard

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Bushido (The Way of the warrior), the samurai code of ethics, was formalized in writing in the sixteenth century and adhered to for some three hundred years. Bushido placed emphasis on certain chivalrous virtues such as loyalty, courage, and courtesy.

Samurai c. 900-1180 A.D. ///  EDITOR'S NOTE: WHY ARE ALL MY RE-PINS ABOUT FIGHTING/WAR? UHHHHH MAYBE BECAUSE IT'S SOOOOOO DOPE!?!?!?!?!?!?

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Early Samurai commanders - Taira Masakado - Minamoto Yoriyoshi - and Minamoto Kiso Yoshinaka -

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