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From left to right (in the first photo): Armor of the Tachido type (Late Edo period), Armor of the Tatehagido type (Early Edo period), and Armor of the Yokohagido type (Early to mid-Edo period). Part of the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller collection, on display until August 4th at the MFA.

From left to right (in the first photo): Armor of the Tachido type (Late Edo period), Armor of the Tatehagido type (Early Edo period), and Armor of the Yokohagido type (Early to mid-Edo period). Part of the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller collection, on display until August 4th at the MFA.

Tokugawa Ieyasu sitting - battle of Sekigahara 1600.  Honda Tadakatsu standing.  Background , ashigaru of the Tokugawa daimyate.

Tokugawa Ieyasu sitting - battle of Sekigahara 1600. Honda Tadakatsu standing. Background , ashigaru of the Tokugawa daimyate.

French Line Infantry, 1808-1810

French Line Infantry, 1808-1810

Teppou Ashigaru (Gun Footmen, or Musketeers)  Muskets brought into Japan for the first time in 1543 were named tanegashima after the island where they were introduced. They were also called hinawa-juu (matchlock guns) because himawa (a fuse cord) was used to kindle the gunpowder. In the course of time Kunitomo in Omi, Negoro in Ku, and Sakai in Izumi saw a period of prosperity as the three major cities in gun-manufacturing, while muskets gradually spread across the country.

Teppou Ashigaru (Gun Footmen, or Musketeers) Muskets brought into Japan for the first time in 1543 were named tanegashima after the island where they were introduced. They were also called hinawa-juu (matchlock guns) because himawa (a fuse cord) was used to kindle the gunpowder. In the course of time Kunitomo in Omi, Negoro in Ku, and Sakai in Izumi saw a period of prosperity as the three major cities in gun-manufacturing, while muskets gradually spread across the country.

Samurai on horseback ready for a battle!!!

Samurai on horseback ready for a battle!!!

Japanese warrior in armor. Photograph. Donated by Doctor J. Johnsson 1925.

Japanese warrior in armor. Photograph. Donated by Doctor J. Johnsson 1925.

Samurai, "A warrior fully armored".

Samurai, "A warrior fully armored".

Satsuma retainers.

Satsuma retainers.

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