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Asahi Kyudo Shop
It's the first online shop that comes in my mind, obviously. So far it's the biggest online kyudo shop I've ever seen. It has the wide choice of yumi (both fiberglass and carbon) and there's a possibility to buy a bamboo yumi. And this shop has great assortment of arrows, strings, clothes and other essential things for kyudo practice.Sambu Kyuguten
An excellent supplier, situated in Japan and shipping worldwide. Quoting feochadn: "they ship incredibly quickly and Carly will answer any and all questions promptly".Tozando Kyudo Shop
Even though it sells only two yumi right now (and they're not even bamboo-made) and doesn't have a lot of other things to propose, it still is Japanese shop, available for everybody. And Tozando has actually the whole web of different online shops (the links can be found on the site), including iaido shop and bokken shop. I myself bought 2 bokkens from their bokken shop and must say they're of great quality. But mind you, as this shop is located in Japan and they mostly ship by EMS, the shipment cost might be expensive, depending on your location.
So far I haven't found any other kyudo-oriented online shops. But the large archery shops have sometimes some kyudo equipment:

Bowsports Traditional Bows
Bowsports has only one kyudo bow (listed in Traditional Bows) so far.Archery World Mongolian & Far East BowsAgain, not much of a choice, but it has an interesting catalogue of Asian bows (one of them is yumi)

If anyone knows any other links to kyudo suppliers, don't hesitate and post your sources in the comments.
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We get most of our equipment from here: http://www.sambu-kyugu.com/
They are also in Japan, so we tend to combine orders for our club to save on shipping, but they ship incredibly quickly and Carly will answer any and all questions promptly.
Excellent! Thanx for this great link! I'll add to the main list.