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Himeji Castle.  Fortifications were first built on the site in 1333.  In the 16th Century, it was expanded into Himeji Castle.  Remodeled in 1581 by Hideyoshi.  Then rebuilt in the early 17th Century.

Fortifications were first built on the site in In the Century, it was expanded into Himeji Castle. Remodeled in 1581 by Hideyoshi. Then rebuilt in the early Century.

Sekigahara Newspaper Coverage Following Saturday's front page news regarding plans to preserve the Sekigahara battlefield in the biggest selling newspaper in Central Japan,the Chunichi Shinbun , the next day, (Sunday) featured a large 2 page spread with some well done illustrations giving readers a brief history of the battle and its combatants.

Sekigahara Newspaper Coverage Following Saturday's front page news regarding plans to preserve the Sekigahara battlefield in the biggest selling newspaper in Central Japan,the Chunichi Shinbun , the next day, (Sunday) featured a large 2 page spread with some well done illustrations giving readers a brief history of the battle and its combatants.

Battle of Nagashino

Strength and Honor: 7 of the Greatest Samurai Battles in History

strategie et batailles

strategie et batailles

detail of army wing

detail of army wing

Date samurai

Evalerio, date clan

strategie et batailles

strategie et batailles

Ashigaru spearmen, the one on the right is holding the severed head of an enemy and the captured swords are tied to the shaft of his spear.

Ashigaru spearmen, the one on the right has an enemies severed head and his captured swords tied to the shaft of his spear.

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Armadura samurai - Pasos para ponérsela

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

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bushido - Kuniyoshi samurai print

Holding down the pillow

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

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.