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Katana signed Musashi Tarou YASUKUNI True folded fifteen times Kofuse-saku

Katana signed Musashi Tarou YASUKUNI True folded fifteen times Kofuse-saku

Katana koshirae.

Fine koshirae (the trappings and mountings for a katana or wakazishi).

Luxury Collection and Eclectic, Classy Photography -  19th century Japanese Meiji Period Ivory Cased Samurai Sword

A superb Century Japanese Meiji Period Ivory Cased Samurai Sword exceptionally carved all over with figures within interiors and landscapes, flanked by insects upon an textured ground.

F00211 拡大画像2 From: http://www.tsuruginoya.com/mn1_3/f00211.html

F00211 拡大画像2 From: http://www.tsuruginoya.com/mn1_3/f00211.html

Japanese Katana? NO. this is a fucken Tachi. you can tell them apart cause Tachi have those cool lookin fittings for mounting and thus can only be worn blade down.   stop droppin the K word, get back to the books.

this is a fucken Tachi. you can tell them apart cause Tachi have those cool lookin fittings for mounting and thus can only be worn blade down. stop droppin the K word, get back to the books.

Katana Sword Reference: Top Image Row 2: Left, Right Row 3, (Source: Unknown) Row 4: Left, Right Bottom Image

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Tachi - a type of sword carried by the Samurai class of feudal Japan

Tachi Koshirae Katana (太刀拵): The tachi style koshirae is the primary style of mounting used for the tachi, where the sword is suspended edge-down from two hangers (ashi).

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