How to View a Japanese Sword Like a Pro

Rei sword

This time I’ll point you in the direction of Tofugu.com, for which I recently wrote for. Japanese swords, or nihonto, have always been a love of mine, and I’m glad I got to share how to view them on their site.

Check out How to View a Japanese Sword Like a Pro at this link.

It’s all about how to look at a Japanese sword if you you ever lay your hands on one. Although at first glance all swords may look the same, each has it’d own personality. It’s just a matter  of knowing what to look for.

Kanpai!

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