Takeda – Bichu-no-Kami by Shosui Takedas knives. This is a traditional Japanese utility folding knife, in Pre War Japan all children and adults carried such a knife, this standard blade took care of most tasks. What we may call a Friction Folder, the Japanese call this a Bichu-no-Kami in the Kuro-Uchi style finish. This is one of the largest Bichu-no-Kami that Takeda makes.
Traditional Japanese mounted knife with scabbard. Blacksmith
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Tachi koshirae with no ito on the tsuka.
美しき魔力、日本刀のすべて。日本刀〜神が宿る武器〜 [All of the beautiful magic and sword. Japanese sword or weapon that God dwells-]