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 Post subject: AWA-KOSHIRAE
 Post Posted: Tue May 31, 2011 8:51 am 
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ery valuable, beautiful AWA-KOSHIRAE (middle term of Edo).
The state of conservation of CYA-HAKEME-NURI SAYA is very good.
Big KUWAKATA adheres to KOJIRI.
It seems to have rolled TSUKAMAE in KATA-KI by the bark of the cherry blossoms tree.
A peculiar decoration to Awa is very unique.

http://www.tokka.biz/sword/kanabo_awa.html


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 Post subject: Re: AWA-KOSHIRAE
 Post Posted: Wed Jun 01, 2011 4:12 am 
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i love that style!!! :o thank you for sharing!!! how do we do that tsuka style? (maki and such)


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 Post subject: Re: AWA-KOSHIRAE
 Post Posted: Wed Jun 01, 2011 11:42 am 
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É.Hamel wrote:
i love that style!!! :o thank you for sharing!!! how do we do that tsuka style? (maki and such)

Maybe, I think that it is URUSHI paint. ? like fuenuri


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 Post subject: Re: AWA-KOSHIRAE
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would a sword like this be usable or is it more of a shrine sword? i'm sorry for all the question i tried to translate the text on the site but it was bad translation and on top of that almost every terms in the text were not familiar to me :oops:


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 Post subject: Re: AWA-KOSHIRAE
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É.Hamel wrote:
would a sword like this be usable or is it more of a shrine sword? i'm sorry for all the question i tried to translate the text on the site but it was bad translation and on top of that almost every terms in the text were not familiar to me :oops:


I'm sorry. Translating into English is unskilled. It is not possible to tell it well. I want you to see unusual koshirae.


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