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Sword Furniture-Fuchi-Kashira

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The hachiwara (also kabuto wari or hachi wari), meaning “helmet breaker” or “skull breaker” was a type of knife-shaped weapon, resembling a jutte in many respects. This weapon was carried as a side-arm by the Samurai class of feudal Japan. One type of hachiwara was forged with a sharp dirk like point, to parry an opponent’s sword, to hook the cords of armor or a helmet, or like a can opener to separate armor plates.

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Gassan tachi (file photo) just added to the collection of David W. Easley...In the koto times, most Gassan smiths signed with the school name only and so the names of individual smiths are mostly lost to time. This Tachi completely matches the features of the late 1400s and early 1500s, and bears the hallmarks of ayasugi hada and narrow sugu samishii hamon well. Pictures will be up soon,

Gassan tachi (file photo) just added to the collection of David W.

Japanese Samurai real sword Katana sharp steel blade Bishu Osafune by Sukesada

Japanese Samurai real sword Katana sharp steel blade Bishu Osafune by Sukesada

Horse racing tachi with leather saya cover, Muromachi - Edo Period _15c-18c.

Horse racing tachi with leather saya cover, Muromachi - Edo Period

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