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 Post subject: completely flat tsuka maki?
 Post Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 2:27 am 
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i wanted to know if there was a name for a completely flat tsuka-maki i don't have a picture but i just wanted to know if it has already seen on a sword?

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-Étienne-


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 Post subject: Re: completely flat tsuka maki?
 Post Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 5:06 am 
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Dear Etienne

There is a style called Hira maki found on old tachi and seen on WWII naval officers katana.
Both strands of the ito remain flat with no twist or pinch at the cross over.

Let me know if you would like me to post an image.

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i wanted to know if there was a name for a completely flat tsuka-maki i don't have a picture but i just wanted to know if it has already seen on a sword?

thank you,

-Étienne-


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 Post subject: Re: completely flat tsuka maki?
 Post Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 7:07 am 
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Hello, Etienne-san

This TSUKAMAKI is HIRA-MAKI(TACHI-MAKI).

Thank you.

KENSEN




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i wanted to know if there was a name for a completely flat tsuka-maki i don't have a picture but i just wanted to know if it has already seen on a sword?

thank you,

-Étienne-


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 Post subject: Re: completely flat tsuka maki?
 Post Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 7:14 am 
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This TSUKAMAKI is KATATE-MSKI.


É.Hamel wrote:
i wanted to know if there was a name for a completely flat tsuka-maki i don't have a picture but i just wanted to know if it has already seen on a sword?

thank you,

-Étienne-


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 Post subject: Re: completely flat tsuka maki?
 Post Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 3:16 pm 
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thank you both of you but when i said flat tsuka-maki i meant flat like the flat section of the katate maki.

no cross over, nothing. i have imagined that flat wrap with the same ending knot as the gangi maki (you make the knot separate and paste it on the handle)

i'm sorry my explanations were rather poor i hope this one will be good enough.

oh and before i forget, if it existed before what would be the name of it?

thank you,

-Étienne-


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 Post subject: Re: completely flat tsuka maki?
 Post Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 10:31 pm 
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Hello,

Please look up this page.

viewtopic.php?f=29&t=118

KATATE-MAKI, and GANGI-MAKI all style

Thank you.
KENSEN



É.Hamel wrote:
thank you both of you but when i said flat tsuka-maki i meant flat like the flat section of the katate maki.

no cross over, nothing. i have imagined that flat wrap with the same ending knot as the gangi maki (you make the knot separate and paste it on the handle)

i'm sorry my explanations were rather poor i hope this one will be good enough.

oh and before i forget, if it existed before what would be the name of it?

thank you,

-Étienne-


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 Post subject: Re: completely flat tsuka maki?
 Post Posted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 2:53 pm 
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thank you for the pictures kensen-san


-Étienne-


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