Question by : Is it easier to learn how to master the japanese katana or a medieval sword?
hi I’m woundering if its easer to learn a japanese katana or a medieval broad sword? I would love to learn one of them but i don’t know which,i would also like to know which would be best suit for me?, i am more of a football style body because thats how i grow , i have a big upper body . i have always loved both but would love to master one. Can anyone help me?
Answer by RuthAnn
Go for the medieval style.
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Some cool japanese sword images:
Rose Glory – ShinGunto Japanese Sword.
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Hilt inscription – can anyone help with a translation?
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Nomura Sword Papers
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Paperwork for the priceless swords on display inside the Nomura samurai house and museum in Kanazawa’s Nagamachi samurai district. The Japanese government carefully inspects swords of this nature to ensure their authenticity. The Nomura were high-ranking samurai until going broke during the Meiji era. The house features a beautiful garden and some excellent artifacts, including weapons and armor.
The Japanese government is quite strict when it comes to their swords. Most swords, particularly museum quality artifacts like this, have official paperwork. I have the paperwork for my grandfather’s sword which was given to him by a museum in appreciation for his work… However, my parents sold the sword. Anyway, these papers are important.
The Nagamachi samurai district in Kanazawa preseves much of the atmosphere of the days when bushi still ruled Japan. You can see eathen wall and an old architectural style. Some of these houses are open to tourists, the Nomura house being the best example.
Question by Hræsvelgr: Roman sword or Japanese sword, which was stronger?
Say, between the most finely crafted roman and japanese swords, which were the most powerful
And Damascus Swords?
Answer by Gakupo
From what i have observed, the Japanese swords are far superior to roman swords.
What do you think? Answer below!
Problem by : Is making use of a japanese sword a good weapon when fighting in opposition to ten or a lot more men and women?
Like i wanna know can particular person that s very experienced in combine martials and kung fu XD can they beat ten or more people even though employing a japanese sword if so why or why not?
Solution by Jay L
personally, I would prefer an M-14 with a bayonet
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Some amazing japanese sword pictures:
Nomura Sword: Nakago & Mei
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Priceless swords on screen inside of the Nomura samurai property and museum in Kanazawa’s Nagamachi samurai district. The Nomura had been high-rating samurai until heading broke during the Meiji period. The property features a stunning backyard and some superb artifacts, including weapons and armor.
A katana which has been held in mint condition… This part of the sword is acknowledged as the nakago (tang). The holes which are utilised to fasten the tang to the take care of are identified as mekugi-ana. You can see the mei (signature) if you seem intently.
The Nagamachi samurai district in Kanazawa preseves significantly of the atmosphere of the times when bushi nevertheless dominated Japan. You can see eathen wall and an old architectural fashion. Some of these properties are open to visitors, the Nomura home getting the finest example.
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sword stands progressing
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The work on the Japanese sword stands is progressing.. drawers now produced (minus the drawer fronts nevertheless)