Re: [SCA-JML] Re: Having armour made...Now for the Garb.
>Well, of course! As long as those silly samurai were in charge, no real
> Oh, before I forget, the English language side of the Kyoto Costume Museum
> lumps Kamakura through Momoyama periods together, however, things are listed
> chronologically there.
culture happened, unlike the days of our scintillating and enlightened
Nara (and occasionally Heian) snob
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- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ellen Badgley <flyingrat42@...> wrote:
> Well, of course! As long as those silly samurai were in charge, no realExcept for the textile artists. As much as I love the elegance of Our Storied Capital, there are an AWFUL lot of pretty things being made for those silly samurai to wear. The imaginative variety.....
> culture happened, unlike the days of our scintillating and enlightened
> capital. ;)
Saionji no Hanae