Basic Equipment

What’s in a Traveling Pack?

A samurai’s traveling pack, often referred to as a furoshih
contains a variety of tools and supplies useful
in one’s daily life. The traveling pack included in your
outfit contains up to ten items from the following list:

(GRANT’S NOTE- I FOUND THIS A BIT OTT, I TEND TO USE TRAVELING PACKS AS EVERYTHING ONE NEEDS FOR A FUN NIGHT IN THE WOODS, TREAT IT AS THE OBLIGATORY, 20GP WORTH IF ADVENTURING STUFF IF YOU’D RATHER)

Basket
Blacksmith’s hammer
Blanket
Bottle of bleach or dye
Bottle of sake (rice wine)
Bottle of shochu (very strong liquor)
Bottle of water
Bucket
Candles (six)
Chopsticks
Coin purse
Cooking pot
Daisho stand
Divination kit (kawaru coins or yarrow sticks)
Fan
Finger of jade (counts as three items)
Fishing net or pole
Flint and tinder
Grapple hook
Incense brazier
Jewelry or accessory (netsuke, earring, eyepatch, bracelet)
Kiseru (smoking pipe)
Kubi bukuro (small netted bag for carrying bundori – heads and other enemy trophies)
Lantern
Lucky cricket (in small cage)
Makeup kit
Mask
Miniature go set or shogi set
Mortar and pestle
Musical instrument (drum, shakuhachi, biwa, samisen; counts as two items)
Parchment and charcoal (10 pieces of each)
Perfume
Personal seal or chop
Pet (dog, cat, songbird, monkey; not suitable for combat)
counts as two items)
Pillow book (small journal, story book, history book or piece of famous literature)
Rope (50’)
Sake cup
Set of dice
Shovel
Small back banner
Small folding stool
Small hand mirror
Small knife (not suitable as a weapon)
Small painting or sculpture
Small statue of a Fortune or ancestor
Small tent
Snowshoes
Spare kimono and sandals
Spices
Straw cloak
Sumi-e (ink brush) kit
Sweets (small cakes, candies)
Tatami mat
Tattoo needles
Tea set
Vial of war paint
Walking stick
Week’s supply of rations (rice balls or smoked fish)
Whetstone
Wicker umbrella
Wide-brimmed straw hat
Wig

Basic Equipment

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