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Toshiro Mifune ~ not from the movie Rashoman as this blog sugested. I thought the movie was Yojimbo but not sure.

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buddhist-martial-way: "The way of the sword and the Way of Zen are identical, for they have the same purpose; that of killing the ego." - Yamada Jirokichi buddhist-martial-way:

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Seven Samurai (1954)

Toshirô Mifune in "Seven Samurai" (original title: Shichinin no samurai) dir. by Akira Kurosawa, 1954

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wallpapers: Toshiro Mifune

Sanjuro (Toshirô Mifune): "I'm not dying yet." -- from Yojimbo directed by Akira Kurosawa

Samurai Old Image

thekimonogallery: Rare photo of true samurai, circa Japan, by photographer Felice Beato. A year or two after this photograph was taken, the samurai were abolished, and with it the Japanese feudal system.

Toshirō Mifune in Samurai Rebellion (Masaki Kobayashi - 1967). S) http://media-cache-lt0.pinterest.com/550/a8/31/10/a83110d130e30c6625aa2d61e4236290.jpg

toshiro-mifune: “ Toshirō Mifune in Samurai Rebellion (Masaki Kobayashi - ”

TOSHIRO  MIFUNE..........PARTAGE OF " WORLD OF SAMURAI - 武士の世界 ".........ON FACEBOOK..........

TOSHIRO MIFUNE..........PARTAGE OF " WORLD OF SAMURAI - 武士の世界 ".........ON FACEBOOK..........

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Set Photo: Toshiro Mifune and Tatsuya Nakadai enjoying a smoke break during production on either YOJIMBO or SANJURO

A portrait of a samurai, an 1860 salt print, attributed to the studio of C. D. Fredricks & Company.

A portrait of a samurai, an 1860 salt print, attributed to the studio of C. D. Fredricks & Company.

The Seven Samurai, (aka Shichinin No Samurai), 1954

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samuraitears: The primary thing when you take a sword in your hands is your intention to cut the enemy, whatever the means. Whenever you parry, hit, spring, strike or touch the enemy’s cutting sword, you must cut the enemy in the same movement. It is essential to attain this. If you think only of hitting, springing, striking or touching the enemy, you will not be able actually to cut him. - Miyamoto Musashi Samurai in the wind

Toshiro Mifune,In "Yojimbo" This is the Movie by Akira Kurosawa, and was the Inspiration for Clint Eastwoods "Fist Full of Dollars" by Sergio Leone.

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