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  • Greetings, A question regarding SCA culture and the use of period Mon. In period Japan, family crests were worn on clothing and displayed on field banners. It was not always the mon of the person, but sometimes that of the family they were pledged. So, when executing a SCA Japanese persona, I have selected a time and place, occupation, and a rough background story. This includes...
    wildcrimsonsky@... Oct 25, 2013
  • To Solveig Throndardottir, A great many thanks for the name help, I officially submitted my name request and the baronial herald tells me anticipate a response in about 9 months. :-( Oh we'll, I'm more patient in my old age. I'll work on my device. That brings me to the next question. How do you submit a Japanese Mon style as a device. I thought maybe the blazon on a rondel then...
    Eyler Larson Sep 13, 2013
  • My baronial herald told be provide detailed documentation for my Japanese period name. They have little experience with Japanese names. I used a combination of historical names and made a new name according to the website Sengoku Daimyo / misc / names. However, how do I document the name structure provided? There wasn't a reference guide. Any information will help. Thank you in...
    Eyler Larson Sep 2, 2013
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  • Fellow enthusiasts, Interestingly I found a video tutorial that had the Koshiita formed as a large belt loop. The front ties were passed through the Koshiita and there was no rear ties. It was a Cosplay site so I suspected it was a modern short cut to the Hakama. Clever though. As I suspected, front and rear ties, no Koshiita. Got it, I'll start cutting and sewing tonight. Best...
    Eyler Larson Aug 12, 2013
  • So I've found several Hakama patterns. Most big differences are in the structure of the back panels. Some with a flexible plate like modern Hakama. Some with a large single belt loop like piece to run the front ties through. Lastly a Hakama that has similar front and rear ties. So here is the question. Japanese samurai 1560 AD mid Konto plains. What was that period's Hakama style...
    wildcrimsonsky Aug 11, 2013
  • ...Thank you for the info. Best Regards, Sven Larsson (Eyler Larson) --- In sca-jml@^$1, Ishiyama Gen'tarou Yori'ie wrote: > > > wildcrimsonsky wrote: > > In most examples the Hakama and Kataginu match, > > This is what makes it a "kataginu kamishimo", when the kataginu...
    wildcrimsonsky Jan 6, 2013
  • So I bought some white linen and have started working on my Kosode. However, as I research fabrics and designs for my Hakama and Kataginu, I've run into a question. In all the reference pictures I can find with men wearing a Kataginu, I see 3 layers of garments. The Kosode, then another garment that looks like a Hitatare with less bulky sleeves than the stand alone version, then...
    wildcrimsonsky Jan 5, 2013
  • ...newsletter/LoriGoodman.htm > > Also on the list is making paper, origami, and doing Japanese calligraphy > > > --- In sca-jml@^$2, "wildcrimsonsky" wrote: > > > > I've spent some time in the SCA and did the whole late period Scandinavian thing. But I lived for 3 years in Japan...
    wildcrimsonsky Jan 5, 2013
  • ...times but am always looking for more cool stuff to go see. > > ERIN / Elaine Fairchilde of Debatable Lands > > --- In sca-jml@^$2, "wildcrimsonsky" wrote: > > > > I've spent some time in the SCA and did the whole late period Scandinavian thing. But I lived for 3 years in Japan...
    wildcrimsonsky Dec 29, 2012
  • ...Thanks for the info. Best Regards, Sven Larsson (Eyler Larson) --- In sca-jml@^$1, "LJonthebay" wrote: > > --- In sca-jml@^$2, "wildcrimsonsky" wrote: > > > SC is about a 5 hour drive, so it's still a bit far. The breeder I purchased my Shiba Inu is in SC (Frerose Shiba...
    wildcrimsonsky Dec 28, 2012