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The Samurai Sword – Katana – Learn about this magnificent weapon – history, makings, studying and more…

The Samurai Sword – Katana – Learn about this magnificent weapon – history…

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Katana - While Aikido uses bokkens which simulate a katana, Aikido's sister bushido Iaido does use katanas. I found this diagram useful in learning the parts of a katana / bokken.

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Katana [Dewa Daijyou Kunimichi](Wazamono)[N.K] Hozon Token. Edo era, So basically my zombie apocalypse weapon if choice.

I rather this then a gun !

Japanese sword - Katana (Long Sword), century United States Marine Corps Training and honor

Katana.  I've always been fascinated by swords; the skill needed to avoid the icy heat of your opponents blade while wielding your own is the ultimate dance.

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Katana signed HANKEI.

Strong Nie hard metal granules base, starting with shallow wave on base, Flamboyant large Gunome quench scenery where works with thick coarse sparkling-Nie and with a bit dimmed but extreme deep "Noi" mist-like crystalline area.

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Full length 'Kinai-Bori' or 'Echizen-Bori' carving on an Echizen katana. It appears to be inscribed with a name: "Sword of the Last Days." The last days were WWII when the Japanese were commanded to carry their swords on them during battle .

Swords: The Development of Their Straight Forms During the Centuries

Swords: The Development of Their Straight Forms During the Centuries

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Oni Iaito & Katana Shinken by YariNoHanzo

Oni Iaito & Katana Shinken by YariNoHanzo

Love this galvanized tubing idea for a boys room curtain rod - very industrial and boyish (like the striped curtains too)

The name for a double sword, shaped in all forms and purposes, like a Japanese katana. Joined at both the top and bottom of the hilt, pulled apart with a small switch at the bottom. Can be used as both one or two swords.

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