Saba-O Kawari Kaburo. Possibly century An iron helmet bowl extended with harikake in the form of a saba-o (mackerel tail) black lacquered, the mabisashi with embossed eyebrows lacquered red. A five lame hineno jikoro lacquered green and laced.
Harikake kabuto, a type of kawari kabuto which used papier-mâché mixed with lacquer for the elaborate decoration (the shell) on an iron bowl, beginning of the Edo Period, century . Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas (Texas)
Yabusame - 21 by Bernard Languillier . The Kamakura Yabusame festival is probably Japan’s most impressive demonstration of horse back Japanese archery. It takes place every year mid April in the Kamakura Hachiman shrine.