Art and the philosophy of life

Tomoe handled unbroken horses with superb skill; she rode unscathed down perilous descents. Whenever a battle was imminent, Yoshinaka sent her out as his first captain, equipped with strong armor, an oversized sword, and a mighty bow; and she performed more deeds of valor than any of his other warriors. – Ryan General, Nextshark. More:

via Forgotten History: Some of The Deadliest Samurai Were Women — Sophia Riley Kobacker

Comments on: "Forgotten History: Some of The Deadliest Samurai Were Women — Sophia Riley Kobacker" (13)

  1. I did not know that, Awesome.

  2. Wow didn’t know that

  3. Women are really very brave.

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