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|Keyboard apple bar macbook pro||Almost no one was able to reproduce midare-utsurii until Special katana Kawachi reproduced it in The tang is never supposed to be cleaned; doing this can reduce the value of the sword by half or more. I ordered one and expected that the sword would be ok and nothing compared to original, but when I received my package and saw the weapon itself, I was surprised to see an amazing katana which had the feel of a real samurai sword. Regards," J Barnhorn "The check and order are the village people the mail. This is thought to be because Bizen school, which was the largest swordsmith group of Japanese swords, was destroyed by a great flood in and the mainstream shifted to Mino school, and because Toyotomi Hideyoshi virtually unified Japan, uniform steel began to be distributed throughout Japan. Their swords are often characterized by a slightly higher central ridge and a thinner back.|
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The Blade does not have a Bo-Hi so this makes the blade very solid and gives less resistance while cutting a target. This Katana has a Shinogi-ji is mirror polishing and the Ji is rough polished, I personally like this contrast. The Kissaki is cosmetic but very proper made. The fittings Kashira and Fuchi are made of blackened iron and simple but very solid and they look okay.
The Ito handle wrap is made from suede and feels very tight and pleasant. The Practical Special Katana I checked had some little uneven diamonds in the Ito and in my opinion this can be more precise. The Menuki is brass and shows the cherry blossom, a well-known theme. They Tsuba is nice, a beautiful Musashi Double Ring which is very suitable for loosing weight.
Also made from blackened iron and proper finished, it can do his job for sure. The saya is black glossy and has a buffalo horn scabbard mouth Koiguchi. The two share the same thickness but the blade is 1,5 narrower at the habaki Moto-Haba. This practical Special katana feels very light, it really is extraordinary. This Katana is really quick and manoeuvrable. I used some light targets and this katana stand this test without any problems. This katana is really designed for light targets with multiple cuts.
You can disassemble the practical special katana and this is a big benefit. Once this is all done, the whole is warmed up and beaten again many times until the two layers, flattened till they regain their original dimensions, are completely melted together. This process is done again and again for about 6 times and the result is a steel plank formed of thousands of overlapping layers since every time the steel is folded the number of the layers doubles.
At this point the plank is cut in 3 pieces, but to create a samurai sword 4 pieces are necessary therefore one of the pieces has to be recycled from another block. The 4 steel planks are put one on top of the other, heated up and melted together by percussions. The whole is folded again and welded for at least 6 times but the material, when is heated up, looses its carbon step by step.
Indeed the carbon burns in contact with the oxygen so, advancing with the procedure, the steel will loose its carbon but not in an uniform way and, in the end, the block will be made of thousands of steel layers, each of them with a quite different carbon content. At this point the blacksmith begins with the construction of the Shingane heart steel , starting from a low carbon steel that is moulded, folded up and hit for about 10 times in order to further reduce the carbon quantity and expel the impurities.
The whole is heated up and hit once more until the two layers are completely melted together. This phase is particularly critical, since the welding has to be very well done and the beating must not displace the two components the kawagane outside and the shingane inside. The result of this complicated procedure is a blade with an extremely hard covering that can also be easily sharpened, and a very flexible heart that can easily absorb the shocks without breaking.
The one described is the simplest technique but sometimes more complicated methods are used for katanas and often is employed a stiffer steel than the Kawagane leather-steel : l'Hagane blade-steel particularly rich in carbon, therefore extremely hard.
Of course also this steel is folded and hit properly. Behind the Hagane sharp edge we can find a Shingane heart-steel plank and a Kawagane leather-steel covering on the sides, but other combinations were possible. They say that Masamune could use up to 7 different kinds of steel to make his samurai swords. At this point the future blades are heated up again and hit till it acquires its ultimate shape, the Nakago and the tip kissaki are shaped too. Now we have to face the most critical moment: tempering the red-hot blade, dunking it in water or in oil at times.
The tempering in water is quite difficult and it stresses the katana because the huge temperature leap modifies considerably the molecular structure and the shape of the entire plank. This temperature leap changes also the curve of the blade and highlights the possible construction flaws by splits and cracks. The carbon makes the steel very hard since its big molecules interfere with the iron layers, preventing them to roll one on the other and the tempering process amplifies this effect.
If the steel is cooled down slowly, the iron atoms recreate their crystalline structure, pushing aside the carbon atoms. In this way the iron layers roll one on the other with great difficulty but this increases the hardness of the steel considerably. A hypothetical further heating can destroy the tempering; this used to happen when a fire occurred and tempering the blades of the samurai swords again was necessary in order to make them fully functional.
Anyway the worth of the katanas was halved since the original features were lost relentlessly. At this stage the sword is subjected to the second preparatory tempering: the blade is wormed up in different ways the blade and the sides are wormed up more than the heart and the back and is dunked in water. The Hamon is a curvy line that is visible along the blade and is formed when the samurai sword is cooled during the tempering process yaki-ire.
During the cooling down the martensitic crystals, which are formed in the steel along the edge, fixate developing the Hamon. Often the variability of the Hamon is considered synonymous of quality: actually the main feature of the Hamon is not its pattern but its uniformity along the blade. To obtain this effect the blade of the samurai sword is covered with clay, but not in a uniform way, because the clay is an isolating material and where there is more clay the area results less tempered, vice versa where there is less clay the area results more tempered.
The Hamon, which at the beginning was rectilinear, during the centuries has become a decoration of the blade and has acquired very beautiful shapes of artistic interest. In the most valuable samurai swords, between the Hamon and the rest of the blade, we can also find the Utsuri, the Hamon shadow that is an area of a different colour which appears to delimit the edge of the Hamon itself see the picture above. At this point the sword is given to other blacksmiths specialized in polishing.