katana saya

Katana saya

Katana saya are the scabbards that protect and store katana blades. Saya are typically made of wood, lacquer, and metal, and they come in a variety of sizes and styles.
katana bohi

Bohi

The bohi (bo-hi) refers to one or more grooves that are cut into the blade of the sword, running along the blade from the base to the tip
kissaki

Katana kissaki

The kissaki is the pointed end of the katana. It is typically slim and sharp, making it ideal for stabbing and thrusting attacks.
hamon

Katana hamon

A hamon is a line that appears on the blade of the katana. It is created by heated the edge of the blade to a higher temperature than the body of the blade.
sori

Katana sori

Katana sori refers to the curve of a katana blade. It is an important aspect of the sword's design, and affects the way the weapon is used.
why are katanas curved

Why are katanas curved

One of the most distinctive features of the katana is its curve. But why are katana curved?
nagasa

Nagasa

Katana Nagasa The nagasa is the length of the blade, excluding the hilt. It is usually given in shaku, a unit of measurement equivalent to 30 centimeters.
katana sharpness

Katana sharpness

A katana is a Japanese sword with a very sharp blade. The edge of a katana is so sharp that it can even cut through metal. Discover how to test your katana's sharpness.
Tamahagane katana

Tamahagane katana

Tamahagane is a type of Japanese steel that was traditionally used to make katanas. Discover everything you need to know about Tamahagane.

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