Mammoth Ivory Carvings Figurine of Japanese Samurai
Look at this mighty yet robust creation of Japanese Samurai Figurines on a Wooden platform precisely sculpted with original mammoth ivory.
Take a look at how this master artisan managed to carve this idol of a complete Japanese Samurai on this Mammoth ivory. You can see how this skillful artist created the Samurai attire like Hakama and Shtagi with all Samurai weapons like Katana, Wakizashi and much more.
In this figurine, this master artisan has used his creativity and created this Japnese Samurai in a Fighting posture facing Enemy’s Arrows. Look at the expression on Samurai’s face he is not scared of coming arrows he is angry and focused to take the revenge.
The samurai were the warriors in feudal Japan. They began as provincial warriors during the Edo Period. It has been said that the traces of Samurai leads to their origin during the Heian Period.
Samurai clothes consist of Hakama, Shitagi, Kyahan, Tabi and Fundoshi, and their weapons consist of Katana, Bow, and Arrows, Wakizashi, Tanto etc.
During the Heian Period, the samurai was known as the warriors of Rich Landlords. During mid-12th century a very furious rivalry started between two kin to get control over the whole of Japan. After the rivalry ended Minamoto Yoshitsune became one of the Most Famous Samurai in Japanese history.
The best quality of Samurai is that they follow there rules and codes very seriously. A Samurai should possess the quality like rules are composure, bravery, fortitude, decorum, politesse, etiquette and most important is Honour and Respect. In Samurai’s culture, it has been said that a man’s reverence should inhabit in his Sword.
Some of the major achievements of Samura’s is that they built some of the most important and beautiful castles in Japan. Because of their focus and decorum, they have built castles even on the very tough surrounding. Many castles even exist today in Japan can that shows samurai’s technology and architecture.
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