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Female Samurai Tomoe Gozen Gallery Canvas Wraps, Square Frame

Female Samurai Tomoe Gozen Gallery Canvas Wraps, Square Frame

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Throughout Japanese history, there have been several notable female samurai, also known as "Onna-Bugeisha," who have made significant contributions to their clans and the samurai culture. These women were trained in martial arts and strategy, and they participated in combat alongside their male counterparts. Here are some notable stories of female samurai:

Tomoe Gozen (1157-1247): Tomoe Gozen is perhaps the most famous female samurai in Japanese history. Described in the "Tale of the Heike," she was a remarkably strong archer and swordswoman known for her bravery and strength in battle. Tomoe fought in the Genpei War (1180-1185) for the Minamoto clan. Her most notable achievement was her participation in the Battle of Awazu in 1184, where she is said to have taken the heads of several enemies.

Hangaku Gozen: Hangaku Gozen was a female samurai who lived during the late 12th and early 13th centuries. She is known for her defense of Fort Torisakayama against the forces of the Hōjō clan. Hangaku was renowned for her archery skills and her ability to lead men into battle. She was eventually captured in battle but was treated with respect due to her bravery.

Nakano Takeko (1847-1868): Nakano Takeko was a female warrior who fought in the Boshin War, a civil war in Japan that pitted the forces of the Tokugawa shogunate against those seeking to return political power to the Imperial Court. Nakano led a corps of female samurai—the "Aizu Joshitai"—against the Imperial Japanese Army at the Battle of Aizu. She is remembered for her courage and for dying a warrior's death in battle.

  36″ x 36″
Canvas width, in 36.00
Canvas height, in 36.00
Canvas depth, in 1.25
Frame width, in 37.63
Frame height, in 37.63
Frame depth, in 1.83


Let your personality be reflected on the artwork adorning your walls. This square gallery wrapped canvas print will always look as tight and flat as the day it was made. Every frame is built with a solid face to support the canvas and prevent deforming. Available in multiple sizes, comes in walnut and black frame options.

.: 100% cotton fabric canvas
.: Poplar wood frame with walnut or black finish
.: High image quality and detail
.: NB! For indoor use only

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