You can customize this Bushido code calligraphy with any of the eight Bushido virtues. Code of the Samurai virtues include honor, respect, benevolence and more. You can choose one of the the Samurai words or phrases in our customization options.
We will use the Chinese symbols, which are the same as Japanese Kanji for making your custom scroll. These make great souvenirs or gifts for fans of martial arts, karate, or Samurai. Our expert artist uses the traditional Chinese brush calligraphy style, making attractive and bold Oriental art that will be sure to be a conversation starter for visitors to your home or dojo.
Pictures are samples of similar art we have created. The Chinese or Kanji characters on yours will be based on which virtue you choose. Your art will be 100% hand painted and the scroll completely hand made.
Silk edging with intricate designs graces each scroll. Choose the color of silk edging you would like from the picture example.
You will be given a tracking number when the item is shipped.
About the Code of the Samurai –
“Bushido” means “Way of the Warrior.” This code describes the code of conduct adhered to by the ancient Japanese Samurai. It is a little bit similar to the Western concept of chivalry. This is a unique philosophy that dominated Japan from the the 9th century until the 20th century when the Samurai way of life became extinct.
This philosophy boasted seven important virtues including rectitude, courage, benevolence, respect, honesty, honor, and loyalty. Each of those virtues defined how the Samurai lived. Although the way of the warrior has died out the Bushido code of the Samurai still has a major impact on Japanese society where these virtues still define what a good Japanese should be like.
Although primarily followed in Japan this code has influenced the culture of all Southeast Asia including Korea and China.