Japanese war fan.

War Fan

Japanese war fan.

Japanese war fan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Japanese war fan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Japanese war fan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Japanese war fan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Japanese war fan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Japanese war fan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Japanese war fan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Japanese war fan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gunsen were folding fans used by the average Japanese warriors to cool themselves off. They were made of wood, bronze, brass or a similar metal for the inner spokes, and often used thin iron or other metals for the outer spokes or cover, making them lightweight but strong.Warriors would hang their fans from a variety of places, most typically from the belt or the breastplate, though the latter often impeded the use of a sword or a bow

Gunsen were folding fans used by the average Japanese warriors to cool themselves off. They were made of wood, bronze, brass or a similar metal for the inner spokes, and often used thin iron or other metals for the outer spokes or cover, making them lightweight but strong.Warriors would hang their fans from a variety of places, most typically from the belt or the breastplate, though the latter often impeded the use of a sword or a bow

Japanese War Fan (Gunbai)- Uchiwa1# Furinkazan $30.00

Japanese War Fan (Gunbai)- Uchiwa1# Furinkazan $30.00

Samurai Yokohama 1865.The last samurai.Sword Katana by Chromatone

Samurai, Yokohama, 1865.The last samurai.Sword, Katana, Japanese war fan, Warrior portrait, Japanese wall art photo.By Felice Beato

Samurai Yokohama 1865.The last samurai.Sword Katana by Chromatone

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - JAPANESE WAR FANS ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring weapons, fans, accessories and filler

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - JAPANESE WAR FANS ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring weapons, fans, accessories and filler

The tessen is a Japanese war fan that could be used to fend off arrows and darts.

The tessen is a Japanese war fan that could be used to fend off arrows and darts.

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