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The Mikado at the Savoy Featured Related Images Print

The Mikado at the Savoy

Sketches from 'The Mikado' at the Savoy Theatre in London: The Mikado (Mr R. Temple), Nanki-Pooh (Mr Durward Lely), Katisha (Miss Brandram), Pooh-Bah (Mr R. Barrington), The 'Three Little Maids from School' (Misses Sibyl Grey L. Braham and Jessie Bond), Ko-Ko (Mr G. Grossmith), Yum-Yum (Miss L.Braham), and Pish-Tush (Mr F.Bovill)

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Japanese warrior woman with naginata Featured Related Images Print

Japanese warrior woman with naginata

Japanese warrior woman with a large Naginata. A naginata is a pole weapon that was traditionally used in Japan by members of the samurai class. It consists of a wood shaft with a curved blade on the end, similar to the Chinese Guan Dao or European glaive or Russian sovnya. Usually it also had a sword-like guard (tsuba) between the blade and shaft as depicted on this card. During the Edo Period, as the naginata became less useful for men on the battlefield, and became a symbol of the social status of women of the samurai class. A functional naginata was often a traditional part of a samurai daughter's dowry. Women of the samurai class were expected to be capable of defending their homes while their husbands were away at war

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Pbeahuosiax Featured Related Images Print

Pbeahuosiax

Japanese monkeys bathe in a hot spring at a Japan Monkey Park located in a valley in Shigakogen, central Japan January 23, 2003. There are about 300 monkeys in the park. An official at the park said on Thursday the park is the only place in the world where monkeys bathe in hot springs. Picture taken January 23, 2003