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Historically, katana (刀?) were one of the traditionally made Japanese swords (日本刀 that were worn by the samurai class of feudal Japan, also commonly referred to as a "samurai sword". The katana is characterized by its distinctive Katana Samurai, Katana Swords, Samurai Swords, Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Geisha, Armas Ninja, Martial Arts Weapons, Culture Art

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Aikuchi style Koshirae, a black Dashizame Tsuka and a dark brown lacquered Saya decorated with autumn flower Makie Samurai Weapons, Katana Swords, Samurai Swords, Japanese Warrior, Japanese Sword, Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art

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Aikuchi style Koshirae, a black Dashizame Tsuka and a dark brown lacquered Saya decorated with autumn flower Makie

Aikuchi style Koshirae, a black Dashizame Tsuka and a dark brown lacquered Saya decorated with autumn flower Makie Samurai Weapons, Katana Swords, Samurai Swords, Japanese Warrior, Japanese Sword, Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art

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Aikuchi style Koshirae, a black Dashizame Tsuka and a dark brown lacquered Saya decorated with autumn flower Makie

B8569 Japanese Samurai EDO Antique Oheyama ONI Taiji ZU Great Daito Tsuba | eBay Samurai Weapons, Katana Swords, Knives And Swords, Martial, Art Chinois, Art Japonais, Japanese Sword, Family Crest, Cold Steel

B8569 Japanese Samurai Edo Antique Oheyama Oni Taiji zu Great Daito Tsuba

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Japanese "kanabo" or "tetsubo", Edo period, signed and dated Indian Sword, Martial Arts Weapons, Samurai Armor, Armours, Edo Period, Warfare, Japanese, Asian, Culture

Japanese "kanabo" or "tetsubo", Edo period, signed and dated (1863), 164.6cm/64.8in, 2.2kg/4.85lb.