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25 Dec Katana Making Process: Clay Temper
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In daily life, some customers who are not very familiar with swordsmanship often ask me what Hamon is on the blade? How did it come about. Here, I will give you a detailed introduction to the most important step in the process of Japanese sword maki..
28 Sep How to make Hishigami wrapping?
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Exploring the Art of Hishigami Wrapping: Adding Beauty and Functionality to Japanese SwordsIntroduction:In the world of Japanese swords, craftsmanship and attention to detail are highly revered. One aspect that showcases both artistry and functionali..
28 Feb 5 Benefits of Carbon Steel Swords
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The material from which a sword is made plays an important role in its quality and performance. In addition to stone, some of the world's first swords were made of bronze. Shortly thereafter, swordsmiths began making blades out of iron, followed by s..
19 Jan Double-edged katana
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  Traditionally, most true katana produced in feudal Japan had a single curved edge and square guard. It was the weapon of choice for the samurai of the era, many of whom carried the katana wherever they went. But Japanese swordsmiths made several..
12 Jan Different types of japanese koshirae
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In addition to being prized for their superior quality, traditional Japanese swords were often revered for their ornate decorations, including those on the koshirae. Koshirae is somewhat of a catch-all term that covers all ornate mountings in which a..
06 Jan 4 types of Chinese curved sword (Scimitar)
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 The characteristic of traditional Chinese swords is that the blade is either straight or slightly curved. Some of the first swords in the region were characterized by straight blades. However, over time, they developed into curved blades. However..
11 Dec HISTORY AND ORIGINS OF THE BRONZE SWORD
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Bronze was used to forge these bladed weapons long before the steel sword was invented. For centuries, bronze was actually the only metal used for forging swords and other bladed weapons. It was not until the advent of iron that swordsmiths began to ..
12 Nov About polishing the Japanese samurai sword
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A traditional Japanese sword is not complete because the blade has been forged, the metal has cooled, and the soil has been removed. Polishing is a key step to complete a sword. To learn more about polished Japanese swords and how to make them, ple..
08 Nov Chinese sword introduction--Shuanggou jian
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  Shuanggou jian is a Chinese traditional sword used in martial arts. Also known as hu tou gou, which means "tiger head hook", it is characterized by a hook at the end, which is used by martial practitioners to trip opponents. But like other tradi..
03 Nov Bronze Sword VS Iron Sword VS Steel Sword
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The sword is one of the most iconic weapons in history. It is classified as a long-bladed weapon used for logging and/or thrust, and its history can be traced back to 1600 BC. Although swords are made of many metals, the most common ones include bro..
27 Oct Chinese sword introduction--Wodao
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Some of the earliest swords in the world were produced in China. Although China has created dozens of swords in its 8000-year history, the most famous sword among them is Wodao. It means "sword of the wo people", the sword is long and thick, and it..
23 Oct Chinese sword introduction-Liuyedao
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Liuyedao (柳葉刀) is a traditional Chinese sword that originated in the Ming Dynasty. It is characterized by a long and curved blade which was synonymous with other popular Chinese swords at that time. However, Liuyedao has some unique characteristics..
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