Japanese labels have recently been coming up with modern twists on historical fashion that lets you channel your inner samurai warriors.
This accessory line inspired from the Edo Period has been quite a hit among fashionistas and history enthusiasts.
Netflix has started production on a new docu-drama series being billed as the Japanese “Game of Thrones.”
The multi-part series, titled “Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan,” will tell the story of the warring kingdoms of feudal Japan, reports Deadline.
Yasuke, the first African samurai in Japanese history, will be played by King T’challa himself in an upcoming movie.
Chadwick Boseman, who recently played Black Panther in “Avengers: Endgame,” has been cast as the legendary samurai warrior from 16th century Japan, according to Deadline.
There is no shortage of stories about legendary Japanese samurai warriors in modern pop culture; but most stories only feature the male ones.
Contrary to popular belief, female samurai existed and were just as fierce and skillful as their male counterparts.
Kanako Date, Japan’s representative for the Miss World beauty pageant, is apparently a direct descendant of a samurai lord that reigned over part of Japan during the 17th century.
The samurai lord, Date Masamune, ruled over what is known today as Sendai in Miyagi Prefecture, according to SoraNews24. He earned the nickname “One-Eyed Dragon” after losing one of his eyes from smallpox as a kid.
A new line of Japanese “samurai” robes from fashion brand Trove, inspired by what the samurais used to wear, will help people in Japan stay cool and warm during the country’s ever-changing fall and winter weather.
In this new line of clothing, Trove introduced a wool haori half-coat that makes everyone who wears it feel like a cool samurai. There are two colors to choose from, according to Youpouch as translated by SoraNews 24. One is in a dark brown variant.
A group of eco-friendly individuals is gaining much attention for its amazing work at keeping the environment clean by picking up trash while dressed as samurais.
With its gorgeous visuals and intriguing premise, the upcoming samurai game “Ghost of Tsushima” was undeniably one of the scene-stealers at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).
The presentation wowed the audience at the Sony E3 2018 press conference on Monday with its vibrant world that was brought to life with realistic sound, lighting, and weather effects.
Japanese videographer, actor, and inventor Shota Mori has once again proved that nothing is impossible, including flying samurai battles.
In the latest video he made for the Japanese company SoftBank as part of its SoftBank Smartphone Junior High School series of videos, he strapped jetpacks to samurai and made them fight. Apparently, this has a connection to academia — particularly science and technology — according to SoraNews24.
A Japanese fashion brand has unveiled a new unisex collection that lets anyone dress like a cool samurai warrior.
Trove has created awesome samurai-inspired wardrobe in recent years such as the popular Wa Robe line, which mixes robe-like clothing with traditional Japanese styles. Being its first unisex range, Trove’s latest creation for the spring season has a lot to offer to its fans, reports SoraNews24.
A man from Washington who survived his girlfriend’s alleged attempt to kill him with a samurai sword gives credit to his “Wing Chun” skills for living through the attack.
Emily Javier, 30, reportedly went on a jealous rage on March 2 after suspecting that her 29-year-old boyfriend, Alex Lovell, was being unfaithful, according to Oregon Live.
The show follows a samurai named Madarame Kyutaro, aka Madara the Devil, who’s been ordered to kill a cat named Tomanojo, as it’s been said the kitty is possessing another man’s soul. Naturally, the keen swordsman sets out to defeat his foe, but when he lays eyes on him, he realizes he can’t go through with it, as the cat is just too adorable to kill. So, the pair team up and decide to take down those who held ill will against the fuzzy feline.