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 Post subject: SORI
 Post Posted: Sun May 08, 2011 2:04 am 
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"TSUKAMAE". There are three types of SORI.
Top: HAICHIMONJI (HAKATA ICHIMONJI)
Middle: NAMIZORI (IMO TSUKA). KENJYO-TSUKAMAE used.
Under: RYO RYUGO. HIGO-TSUKAMAE used.


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 Post subject: Re: SORI
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Thank you. Very educational.

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 Post subject: Re: SORI
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Just the sort of details we need to learn more about. Thank you.


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 Post subject: Re: SORI
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Thanks for such an informative post.

Very apprapo for a current project.

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ありがとうございます。とても面白いです! :D

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 Post subject: Re: SORI
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Kensen thank you very much. You could add some more details about the appropriate use of each?.
Sorry for my poor English, a greeting, Peter Fontenla


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 Post subject: Re: SORI
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HABAKI line (DAIJIRI angle) is the most important.
If this angle is wrong, everything will be different.


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 Post subject: Re: SORI
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TSUKAMAE of the SORI, FUCHI of HAKATA (line) MUNEKATA (line) is affected.
(where the green line round)


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Outstanding! 見事です。

Does this mean that fuchi are specially made to match the sori of the tsuka?
For example, ryo-ryugo fuchi, nama-sori fuchi, ichiha fuchi.

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 Post subject: Re: SORI
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Thanks again Mr. Kensen!. very clear and useful concepts.
then the line of fuchi is parallel to the line of habaki. (daijiri angle).
Would not abuse his knowledge, but through which parameters determine the daijiri?
It is a misconception to think that fuchi line is always perpendicular to the long axis of the tsuka?
Daijiri is a mistake to draw the line perpendicular to the mune?
Again thank you very much. I hope not to wear you down. This is a very interesting and difficult to define. greeting, Peter Fontenla


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