Title: Unryu Musha Zu
Unryu Musha Zu (雲龍武者図) is a theme of this work. Noriyuki Hamano is a Goldsmith who made decorations for Japanese swords during the middle of the Edo period. His name is also known as the title of Rakugo “Hamano Noriyuki.” Rakugo is a humorous traditional Japanese style of storytelling.
Samurai Museum is located in Tokyo, Japan, exhibiting antique artifacts related to the Samurai history. Samurai Museum Shop is the place for those who are interested in Japanese culture and craftsmanship. We deal with antique Samurai swords/armor, original Japanese sword mounting, traditional crafts made in Japan and so on.
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