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Ninja Weapon Kusarigama Chain-Sickle Samurai Japanese Antique Vintage

Ninja Weapon Kusarigama Chain-Sickle Samurai Japanese Antique Vintage

Ninja Weapon Kusarigama Chain-Sickle Samurai Japanese by MoreJapan

Jitte

Jitte

Chinese mace, 19the century, whole steel, the ribbed  four sided “blade" is 20 inches long with a  square cross section. The handle is cast in one piece with the blade. Total length 27 inches.

Chinese mace, century, whole steel, the ribbed four sided “blade" is 20 inches long with a square cross section. The handle is cast in one piece with the blade.

Tetsu-ken "iron sword" (tekkan / tetto) is a Japanese weapon used during the Edo period until the beginning of the 20th century. This weapon was an iron truncheon and could closely resemble a wakizashi sized sword with a blunt iron blade or they could be a cast iron version of a hachiwari ( hachiwara ).

Tetsu-ken "iron sword" (tekkan / tetto) is a Japanese weapon used during the Edo…

Japanese Antique Signed JITTE JUTTE Rare Hexagon Edo Year / Samurai Ninja Weapon

Japanese Antique Signed JITTE JUTTE Rare Hexagon Edo Year / Samurai Ninja Weapon

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Why a jutte is called "jutte" and not "jitte". Taiho-Jutsu: Law and Order in the Age of the Samurai  By Don Cunningham. Page 72.

Why a jutte is called "jutte" and not "jitte". Taiho-Jutsu: Law and Order in the Age of the Samurai By Don Cunningham.

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