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Old June 13th, 2007, 08:49 AM   #81
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This woman is a Chinese,her clothes is the Style of the early Tang Dynasty I think that's very familiar with the 奈良時代 no clothes!



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Old June 14th, 2007, 09:05 AM   #82
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I am half samurai!! My mom belongs to the '細川氏' Her last name is hosokowa, and my grandparents had an authentic samurai sword from their ancestors(it was stolen in 2002 ).
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Nice Picture Tang Dynasty Hanfu

Asuka Era Kimono ?





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Old June 15th, 2007, 04:26 PM   #84
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WOW~ I have seen the first pic in a book about Japnese art! It was found in a tomb

This is 楊貴妃 on TV programs .

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These clothes was still the Style of the Tang Dynasty .






Song Dynasty.........(宋)





Ming Dynasty.........(大明国) Korean(古代朝鮮 ) traditional clothes copied the Ming Dynasty clothes..
















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Old June 15th, 2007, 05:18 PM   #86
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Though the Hanfu(漢服) was interrupted by man ren(满洲人),but more and more modern Chinese realize that the Hanfu is the real Chinese clothes! Not qipao (旗袍).








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I love the tang dynasties culture!
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漢服

Hanfu漢服 is the national dress of Chinese Han people(漢人)













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You can tell the japanese clothes got its roots in the tang dynasty era's clothes but they have changed alot since then but you can still see the similarities.
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hey, Joshua, this is Japan forum,and this thread is about samurai.
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^_^哈哈

ok,JP stole a lot of things from CN
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Today,Japanese clothes is different form the Chinese traditional clothes,because Japanese changed them and ad some Japanese thing.

I think Japanese is successful
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hey, Joshua, this is Japan forum,and this thread is about samurai.
THAT'S CORRECT.
I LIKE YOUR INFO A LOT BUT THIS FORUM IS ABOUT JAPAN AND SAMURAIS SO PLEASE LET'S TALK ABOUT SAMURAI ONLY.
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Here I found some Samurai Paintings.
There are many more but these are my favorites.
I wanted to share them with you.




























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it is so exciting that i can see the real chinese national costume(not 旗袍&唐装) from above.
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I really like this picture, and i wish I can find some more just like this one in the future.
I'm sure in Japan there are a lot of samurai monuments.







DOES ANY ONE HAVE MORE PICTURES OF SAMURAI STATUES ????
PLEASE POST THEM IF YOU DO.
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Visit the Hosokawa " Hosokawa Gyōbutei" It is a samurai mansion, where my ancestors lived .
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I think Japanese is successful
J-Dorama Taika no Kaishin (The Taika Reforms)

Timeline: Asuka Era





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Before Jomon Era






Jomon Era (ca. 10,000 B.C. -- ca. 300 B.C.)















Yayoi Era (cca. 300 B.C. -- ca. A.D. 300)





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