Rebecca Brausewetter

Rebecca Brausewetter

Rebecca Brausewetter
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General terms used to study Katana.  We have an attacking thumb drive "fist" called "Boshi ken" in Bujinkan. Now I see why.

General terms used to study Katana. We have an attacking thumb drive "fist" called "Boshi ken" in Bujinkan. Now I see why.

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Japanese sword, Katana 刀 |  “He reappeared an inch away from Tarōbō, who instantly reached for his katana. Elena heard the first delicate notes of the sword's song as Tarōbō edged its guard away from the scabbard with his thumb, and took a defensive stance.”  Excerpt From: Vanrell, Eva. “The Butterfly Crest.” This material is protected by copyright.

Japanese sword, Katana 刀 | “He reappeared an inch away from Tarōbō, who instantly reached for his katana. Elena heard the first delicate notes of the sword's song as Tarōbō edged its guard away from the scabbard with his thumb, and took a defensive stance.” Excerpt From: Vanrell, Eva. “The Butterfly Crest.” This material is protected by copyright.

Think i’ve never seen a plum blossom & dragon mixed into 1 horimono before… a bit too ‘busy’ for my taste but it’s a piece of art, that’s for sure The very nice Koshirae of this daisho can be seen here. Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

Think i’ve never seen a plum blossom & dragon mixed into 1 horimono before… a bit too ‘busy’ for my taste but it’s a piece of art, that’s for sure The very nice Koshirae of this daisho can be seen here. Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

I know what you're saying. Not another f&%$#g katana. All I can say is go and hold one in your hands. It doesn't even have to be a very good one. Just hold it and if you still don't get it, we have nothing worthwhile in common

I know what you're saying. Not another f&%$#g katana. All I can say is go and hold one in your hands. It doesn't even have to be a very good one. Just hold it and if you still don't get it, we have nothing worthwhile in common

a closup of the tsuba has been posted here. Picsource: bonhams.com Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

a closup of the tsuba has been posted here. Picsource: bonhams.com Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00