a closup of the tsuba has been posted here. Picsource: bonhams.com Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

a closup of the tsuba has been posted here. Picsource: bonhams.com Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

Nothing beats simplicity right ? Picsource : bonhams.com   Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

Nothing beats simplicity right ? Picsource : bonhams.com Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

Have you ever seen real samurai swords? They are reallly really cool and beautiful! Katana or nihonto (Japanese name of samurai sword), is known throughout the world for its beauty and sharpness. You can see the artistically decorated scabbard, and also the wave pattern of the blade called hamon, which are the characteristics of katana.

Have you ever seen real samurai swords? They are reallly really cool and beautiful! Katana or nihonto (Japanese name of samurai sword), is known throughout the world for its beauty and sharpness. You can see the artistically decorated scabbard, and also the wave pattern of the blade called hamon, which are the characteristics of katana.

Naoto Fuyumine/DOGS : Bullets and Carnage/Reference photo     Black katana guide.

Naoto Fuyumine/DOGS : Bullets and Carnage/Reference photo Black katana guide.

Nothing fancy, at least not when it comes to color combinations or flashy fittings but o so beautiful.. Maybe this year i need to release a limited serie with a black Inro Senden saya and (ivor) white ito.. what y’all think ? By the way, a closeup of the tsuba was posted here last year.   …

Nothing fancy, at least not when it comes to color combinations or flashy fittings but o so beautiful.. Maybe this year i need to release a limited serie with a black Inro Senden saya and (ivor) white ito.. what y’all think ? By the way, a closeup of the tsuba was posted here last year. …

NOVA - Official Website | Secrets of the Samurai Sword

NOVA - Official Website | Secrets of the Samurai Sword

Hamon (from Japanese, literally "blade pattern") is a visual effect created on the blade by the hardening process. The hamon is the outline of the hardened zone (yakiba) which contains the cutting edge (ha). Blades made in this manner are known as differentially hardened. This difference in hardeness results from clay being applied on the blade prior the cooling process (quenching).

Hamon (from Japanese, literally "blade pattern") is a visual effect created on the blade by the hardening process. The hamon is the outline of the hardened zone (yakiba) which contains the cutting edge (ha). Blades made in this manner are known as differentially hardened. This difference in hardeness results from clay being applied on the blade prior the cooling process (quenching).

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