Monday, June 18, 2007

Japanese sword, Katana in Japanese

Japanese sword, Katana in Japanese, Kyoto
This is a part of Japanese sword for Samurai, a warrior, and made some hundreds ago. Being put on the silky cloth makes the sword look more sharp. Now such a sword is not used for original purpose anymore and is only displayed at Tokonoma, an alcove of the guest room, to appreciate its beauty.


At 6/18/2007 12:15 AM, Blogger junD said...

it amazing to saw samurai sword...i hope one day i can touch it..its really cool...

At 6/18/2007 12:30 AM, Blogger YETTE said...

after watching Shogun Assassin waaaay back, I have always wanted to own a katana or a samurai. But i suppose I'll have to save for that first. =D

really lovely photo, macky.

At 6/18/2007 4:18 AM, Anonymous Raquel said...

Hola Macky =O))

Nice photo, all in blue!!! =O)).

Some days ago, I found a shop where sell them. I don't like weapons, but I should say that Katanas are art's jewellery.

Have a nice day Mack =O))!!!

At 6/18/2007 6:52 PM, Blogger Zsolt said...

woww..what a wonderful photo!! the blue color emphasizes that its a very sharp and cold steel!

At 6/18/2007 8:13 PM, Blogger macky said...

Thanks for the comments and enjoying this photo!!
This kind of sword is very sharp and after some thin cloth, such as silk, is thrown away in the air, falls down to the edge of the sword and touch on the edge, then the cloth get just split in two.


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