Kanabo – the samurai’s choice to deal with armor

Kanabo is a samurai weapon of feudal Japan, a type of tetsubo in the form of a metal club with a round handle, which has a thickening with a ring at the end, and, often, supplemented by small unsharpened spikes. Kanabo, like most weapons of the same type, was constructed from heavy wood or iron, …

Naginata – The Weapon Of The Ancient Japanese Soldiers

The Naginata is a Japanese melee weapon with a long handle (about 2 m) with an oval cross section and a curved one-sided blade (about 30 cm), with which the ancient japanese samurai fought. Over time, a lighter version of the weapon (1.2 – 1.5 m), used in training and has shown better characteristics in …

The First Japanese Ceramic Creation

The Jomon period is the time from prehistoric Japan from about 16,500 to about 2,300 BC. when Japan was inhabited by a culture of hunter-gatherers, it reached a considerable degree of lodging and cultural entanglement. The term “with scar marks” is translated into Japanese as “Jomon”. The pottery from the time of the first phase …