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Best Documentary Ever PBS Nova: Secrets of the Samurai Sword HD (Nature Documentary)
 
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Forging a Katana ( Japanese Samurai Sword )
 
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the secret world of the japanese swordsmith
 
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Documentary from 1997 ©1997 Troivision Co., Ltd/Warabe No Mori Co., Ltd. kobayashi dldg, 4-7 Yotsuya Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Japan The Japanese sword is the soul of the Samurai. The crafting of this work of art - which embodies beauty, strength and tradition - has been shrouded in secrecy for more than thousand years. Because of the highly advanced techniques and numerous years of dedicated effort required in crafting Japanese swords, the skill has always been a closely kept and jealously guarded secret. Yohindo Yoshihara is a consummate Japanese swordsmith and a very high regarded Mukansa craftman in Japan. He is also the best-known Japanes swordsmith outside of Japan. His masterpieces have been purchased for exhibit by the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York City and the Museum of fine Arts in Boston. He has numerous fans worldwide, including His Royal highness, king Gustav of Sweden. This video has been produced to appeal to all aficionados of Japanese sword around the world and is a treasure trove of sercrets to Yohindo Yoshihara's truly outstanding Japanese sword craftsmanship.
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Secrets of the Samurai Sword -Nat Geo Documentary
 
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A sword is a blade weapon used primarily for cutting or thrusting. Ancient War Swords History Documentary HD 2015 Warrior Ancient Swords History . English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, . Top Documentary Films: Complete History of the Sword Every person has a tendency to accumulate something either intentionally or unintentionally. The Military History of Ancient Sparta and the Vikings. The Spartans were the most effective warriors of the Greek civilisations. In an attempt to permanently .
Views: 571 Sheldon Mcardell
Secrets of the Samurai Sword   english documentary part 1
 
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English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or samurai sword. In this program, NOVA probes the centuries-old secrets that went into forging what many consider the perfect blade.
Views: 1219 Silke Kliersten
The DEADLIEST Swords in The World: CURSED Samurai Muramasa Blades
 
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The Muramasa blades were known in ancient Japan to not only be deadly to opponents, but also to the owners themselves. Did you know you have a THIRD eye?! Find out more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJybRvVqHQo ►Subscribe for more videos! http://bit.ly/1Mo6FxX ►Check out my food channel! http://bit.ly/1hsxh41 ★↓FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!↓★ Facebook Show Page: https://www.facebook.com/beyondsciencetv Facebook Mike Fan Page: http://on.fb.me/1En9Lue Instagram: http://instagr.am/Mikexingchen Twitter: http://twitter.com/Mikexingchen Snapchat: Mikeychenx Periscope: Mikexingchen ~Send stuff at our PO Box! Mike Chen PO Box 610, 40 Fulton St. Middletown, NY 10940 ------ Music: Himalayan Atmosphere, Asian Drums, Indore Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Get tickets to the best show on earth!!! https://www.shenyunperformingarts.org/
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The secret of the Japanese sword (the samurai sword)
 
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Why do the Japanese sword is a beautiful and shiny? It is, there is a sense of as a weapon. Master of the sword will demonstrate.
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Secrets of the Samurai Sword   english documentary part 3
 
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Japanese sword-making developed centuries ago, before electron microscopy, mass spectrometry, and other tools of modern materials analysis enabled scientists to understand exactly why the swords are as good as they are. Professor Michael Notis of Lehigh University, an expert on samurai swords, sheds light on the principles that underlie the weapons' strength, resilience, beauty, and distinctive shape.
Views: 3208 Silke Kliersten
Secrets of the Samurai Sword   english documentary part 2
 
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The beauty and lethality of the curved steel blade became identified with the distinctive culture of those who wielded it so expertly: the samurai warriors of medieval Japan, celebrated in countless Japanese woodcuts, prints, and films. Fifteen traditional Japanese craftsmen spent nearly six months creating the sword that NOVA follows through production, from smelting the ore to forging the steel to sharpening the blade to a keen edge, capable of slicing through a row of warriors at one swoop—although NOVA does not put the super-weapon to this ultimate test.
Views: 16612 Silke Kliersten
Samurai Sword - Linked | Explorer
 
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How are a potter, a blacksmith, and an ancient scroll LINKED to modern samurai sword production? Find out in this video. Watch new episodes of Explorer at NatGeo.com/X ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Watch all clips of Explorer here: http://bit.ly/WatchExplorer ➡ Get More Explorer: http://bit.ly/MoreExplorer #NationalGeographic #Explorer #Linked About Explorer: Explorer, the longest-running documentary series in cable television history, honored with nearly 60 Emmys and hundreds of other awards, continues as a series of major specials on the National Geographic Channel. In the course of more than two thousand films, Explorer has taken viewers to more than 120 countries, opening a window on hidden parts of the world, unlocking mysteries both ancient and modern, and investigating stories of science, nature, and culture. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta About National Geographic National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Samurai Sword - Linked | Explorer https://youtu.be/NfoJ7QqeBpU National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 83805 National Geographic
Gates of Graceland - Samurai Sword Secrets Revealed
 
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Two years ago, in the second episode of the Gates of Graceland, host Tom Brown and Graceland Director of Archives Angie Marchese discussed a samurai sword found in the living room at Graceland. Where did it come from? Who gave it to Elvis? What did Elvis think about the sword? Get the answers in this episode! Elvis' bodyguard, Dick Grob, recalls the day when Elvis was given the sword, what he did with it and how it ended up in the living room at Graceland. Go to Graceland.com now to watch all of our Gates of Graceland episodes, and to start planning your Graceland experience now!
Views: 31824 Graceland
Secrets of the Samurai Sword Part One
 
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Secrets of the Samurai Sword Description: English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or samurai sword. In this program, NOVA probes the centuries-old secrets that went into forging what many consider the perfect blade. The beauty and lethality of the curved steel blade became identified with the distinctive culture of those who wielded it so expertly: the samurai warriors of medieval Japan, celebrated in countless Japanese woodcuts, prints, and films. Fifteen traditional Japanese craftsmen spent nearly six months creating the sword that NOVA follows through production, from smelting the ore to forging the steel to sharpening the blade to a keen edge, capable of slicing through a row of warriors at one swoopΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥although NOVA does not put the super-weapon to this ultimate test. (See a slide show of the process.) Not that samurai sword fighting has died outΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥far from it. The program also traces the schooling of a modern-day devotee of samurai combat: Midori Tanaka, a receptionist for a Japanese electronics firm by day and a blade buff by night. For Tanaka it's a family tradition, since her father, Fumon Tanaka, is a grand master swordsman. Father and daughter show their mutual respect with a breathtaking test of skill. Midori draws a bow, aiming an arrow directly at her father's heart. His only protection is his sword. When she releases the string, he slices the speeding arrow in half, inches from its target. Japanese sword-making developed centuries ago, before electron microscopy, mass spectrometry, and other tools of modern materials analysis enabled scientists to understand exactly why the swords are as good as they are. Professor Michael Notis of Lehigh University, an expert on samurai swords, sheds light on the principles that underlie the weapons' strength, resilience, beauty, and distinctive shape. (See an interview on metal's properties with Notis's colleague Rick Vinci.) For example, during smelting, iron-ore sand is heated with charcoal, which provides a source of carbon that alloys with the iron to create steel. Ancient craftsmen deliberately stopped just short of a uniform liquid state for the white-hot steel, which resulted in a product with varying amounts of carbon throughout. The harder high-carbon steel was forged into the sword's edge, which had to be hard and sharp, while the more resilient low-carbon steel was used as the core of the weapon to produce a blade resistant to breaking during combat. This sandwich of two different types of steel contracted at different rates during rapid cooling, or quenching, which caused the blade to warp lengthwise, giving it its distinctive curve that proved so deadly when wielded in a slashing arc. "The unique aspect of the Japanese sword is that the craftsmen were able to put the right materials in the right place to get optimum properties for the entire object," Notis tells NOVA. Without access to the insights of modern science, Japanese craftsmen a millennium ago worked out an exacting method that is still followed by a devoted few and that produces the Stradivarius of swords.
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Top 10 HORRIFYING Facts You Didn’t Know About SAMURAI
 
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(We got a lot of requests to do a video on knights, so we did that! Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1yvv9fHSw8) Pop culture would have you believe that the samurai were a noble bunch of honorable warriors who served and protected their communities. In reality though, samurai were jerks of the highest order, who abused the power they were given in ways that would make a bloodsucking parasite think they were overstepping boundaries. For example, consider… →Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/toptenznet?sub_confirmation=1 → → GET A T-SHIRT - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/toptenz →Top 10 Objects That Were Clearly Invented Just to Annoy Physics: https://youtu.be/0MVGeRa-vLo →Simon's VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvqt8j7DfPmveJp3UOk9XTg Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Brand new videos 7 days a week! Videos are published at 6pm EST every day! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Other TopTenz Videos: 10 FREAKISH FACTS You NEED to Know About SPERM https://youtu.be/fI-DGtNqcCg?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnKNxJ-0WBuO_bl54ynbD6o- Top 10 Historical Facts That AREN'T TRUE https://youtu.be/JWfwBvYqnS8?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnKajPA6HFawry8Y3my_VX5Q Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/10-horrifying-facts-didnt-know-samurai.php Coming up: 10. They Tested Swords by Cutting People in Half 9. Samurai Randomly Murdered People for Fun 8. Murder People They Thought Insulted Them 7. (Common) Women had to Pay to Marry Them 6. Wives Were Expected to Kill Themselves if Their Husband Messed Up 5. Bushido, and How it Killed Thousands During WW2 4. They Used to Shoot Dogs with Arrows, for Sport 3. They Used to Have Lots of Sex with Teenage Boys 2. They Refused to Re-Intergrate into Society Because They Felt They Were Above Working 1. The Kabukimono Source/Further reading: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tameshigiri https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=5w6QBwAAQBAJ&pg=PA488&dq=Tsujigiri&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjXssCc-JPLAhXGcRQKHbBQDp0Q6AEIJDAB#v=onepage&q=Tsujigiri&f=false https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=5w6QBwAAQBAJ&pg=PA229&dq=Kirisute+gomen&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjF8N-0-ZPLAhXBWxQKHQSjAkwQ6AEIKjAC#v=onepage&q=Kirisute%20gomen&f=false http://www.japanecho.com/sum/2003/300518.html https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=v32oHSE5t6cC&pg=PA694&dq=jigai+seppuku&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjLm5jHjZTLAhVkJ5oKHWO8DDYQ6AEINTAE#v=onepage&q=jigai%20seppuku&f=false http://www.cracked.com/article_18510_6-supposedly-ancient-traditions-that-totally-arent.html http://www.factfiend.com/samurai-used-shoot-padded-arrows-dogs/ http://www.tofugu.com/2015/09/30/gay-samurai/ https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=_o73NOjb4p4C&pg=PA87&dq=ronin++criminal+mercenaries&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwigu6z4pZTLAhXDJ5oKHYiaDF4Q6AEITzAJ#v=onepage&q=ronin%20%20criminal%20mercenaries&f=false https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=6Kln-SUqKW0C&pg=PA4&dq=kabukimono+gang&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjBv6arqZTLAhXod5oKHYUbD8QQ6AEILzAD#v=onepage&q=kabukimono%20gang&f=false https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pz1rjq5emKY https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=L8HtAAAAMAAJ&q=kabukimono+gang&dq=kabukimono+gang&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjBv6arqZTLAhXod5oKHYUbD8QQ6AEIPTAG
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Secrets of the Samurai Sword Part Four
 
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Secrets of the Samurai Sword Description: English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or samurai sword. In this program, NOVA probes the centuries-old secrets that went into forging what many consider the perfect blade. The beauty and lethality of the curved steel blade became identified with the distinctive culture of those who wielded it so expertly: the samurai warriors of medieval Japan, celebrated in countless Japanese woodcuts, prints, and films. Fifteen traditional Japanese craftsmen spent nearly six months creating the sword that NOVA follows through production, from smelting the ore to forging the steel to sharpening the blade to a keen edge, capable of slicing through a row of warriors at one swoopΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥although NOVA does not put the super-weapon to this ultimate test. (See a slide show of the process.) Not that samurai sword fighting has died outΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥far from it. The program also traces the schooling of a modern-day devotee of samurai combat: Midori Tanaka, a receptionist for a Japanese electronics firm by day and a blade buff by night. For Tanaka it's a family tradition, since her father, Fumon Tanaka, is a grand master swordsman. Father and daughter show their mutual respect with a breathtaking test of skill. Midori draws a bow, aiming an arrow directly at her father's heart. His only protection is his sword. When she releases the string, he slices the speeding arrow in half, inches from its target. Japanese sword-making developed centuries ago, before electron microscopy, mass spectrometry, and other tools of modern materials analysis enabled scientists to understand exactly why the swords are as good as they are. Professor Michael Notis of Lehigh University, an expert on samurai swords, sheds light on the principles that underlie the weapons' strength, resilience, beauty, and distinctive shape. (See an interview on metal's properties with Notis's colleague Rick Vinci.) For example, during smelting, iron-ore sand is heated with charcoal, which provides a source of carbon that alloys with the iron to create steel. Ancient craftsmen deliberately stopped just short of a uniform liquid state for the white-hot steel, which resulted in a product with varying amounts of carbon throughout. The harder high-carbon steel was forged into the sword's edge, which had to be hard and sharp, while the more resilient low-carbon steel was used as the core of the weapon to produce a blade resistant to breaking during combat. This sandwich of two different types of steel contracted at different rates during rapid cooling, or quenching, which caused the blade to warp lengthwise, giving it its distinctive curve that proved so deadly when wielded in a slashing arc. "The unique aspect of the Japanese sword is that the craftsmen were able to put the right materials in the right place to get optimum properties for the entire object," Notis tells NOVA. Without access to the insights of modern science, Japanese craftsmen a millennium ago worked out an exacting method that is still followed by a devoted few and that produces the Stradivarius of swords.
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The Secrets of Samurai Armor
 
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Support videos like this -- and get a free gift -- by becoming a Tested Premium Member: http://tested.com/membership We visit the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to explore a massive collection of Samurai Armor. The exhibition featured over 100 pieces of samurai equipment, from beautiful full suits of armor to the more obscure pieces of battle gear. We chat with the exhibit curator to learn about how ceremonial samurai armor was treated as costume, and the interesting secrets of a few pieces on display. Shot by Joey Fameli Edited by Jon Finger
Views: 549588 Adam Savage’s Tested
The Art of Japanese Sword-Making
 
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Yoshito Yoshihara, a master swordsmith from Japan, discusses the secrets and art in the ancient craft of forging Japanese swords. Yoshihara-san is among very few people in Japan still considered qualified by the Japanese government to manufacture swords using the ancient techniques. Such swords are called Nihon-To, and considered the most superior variety of all oriental swords produced to this day in terms of their overall quality and function. Many such swords sell for the prices of cars or end up in museums. | If you like this video, please check out Jonathan Bluestein's best-sellers, Research of Martial Arts and The Martial Arts Teacher - foremost treatises on the traditional arts of the Orient: www.researchofmartialarts.com
Views: 56732 Jonathan Bluestein
Samurai Swordmaking
 
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Learn about samurai swordmaking in this video from the United Kingdom's National Museum of Arms and Armour, presented in conjunction with the Portland Art Museum's special exhibition "Samurai! Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection," on view October 5, 2013 - January 12, 2014. All rights reserved.
Views: 8523455 Portland Art Museum
Masamune The Master
 
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A documentary of the life and culture of Masamune, one of the three greatest sword makers in Japanese history. It covers the making of a Japanese sword, the culture of the samurai, warrior mindset, and the use of the sword in combat. Originally released on History International. I haven't been able to find a copy, so I thought I would share this.
Views: 42967 mike davis
The Sword Maker - Korehira Watan, one of Japan's last remaining Swordsmiths (Documentary)
 
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As one of Japan's last remaining swordsmiths, Korehira Watanabe has honed his craft for 40 years while attempting to recreate the mythical Koto sword. Korehira Watanabe is one of the last remaining Japanese swordsmiths. He has spent 40 years honing his craft in an attempt to recreate Koto, a type of sword that dates back to the Heian and Kamakura periods (794-1333 AD). No documents remain to provide context for Watanabe's quest, but he believes he has come close to creating a replica of this mythical samurai sword. --- The hallmark series of Etsy.tv, the Handmade Portraits ask -- What makes the creative mind tick? With these pieces, we uncover the story behind the maker and introduce viewers to creative people both within and beyond Etsy's community. by Etsy.tv
Views: 482685 The Documentary Network
NEW! How to get the KATANA sword in Fortnite: Battle Royale *NEW* Easter egg in FORTNITE!
 
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This video will teach you how to get the Katana blade in Fortnite Battle Royale. Yes, a brand new item in Fortnite. The Katana is a handheld melee weapon in the video game, Fortnite: Battle Royale. The method of finding the Katana in Fortnite is described in the video! SUB TO JIMBOTHY -- ROAD TO 2 MILLION http://bit.ly/SubToJimbothy FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/TheJimbothy ART BY: https://twitter.com/LeittenArt LEITTEN'S WEBSITE: http://leittenart.weebly.com/
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Secrets of the Samurai Sword Part Two
 
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Secrets of the Samurai Sword Description: English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or samurai sword. In this program, NOVA probes the centuries-old secrets that went into forging what many consider the perfect blade. The beauty and lethality of the curved steel blade became identified with the distinctive culture of those who wielded it so expertly: the samurai warriors of medieval Japan, celebrated in countless Japanese woodcuts, prints, and films. Fifteen traditional Japanese craftsmen spent nearly six months creating the sword that NOVA follows through production, from smelting the ore to forging the steel to sharpening the blade to a keen edge, capable of slicing through a row of warriors at one swoopΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥although NOVA does not put the super-weapon to this ultimate test. (See a slide show of the process.) Not that samurai sword fighting has died outΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥far from it. The program also traces the schooling of a modern-day devotee of samurai combat: Midori Tanaka, a receptionist for a Japanese electronics firm by day and a blade buff by night. For Tanaka it's a family tradition, since her father, Fumon Tanaka, is a grand master swordsman. Father and daughter show their mutual respect with a breathtaking test of skill. Midori draws a bow, aiming an arrow directly at her father's heart. His only protection is his sword. When she releases the string, he slices the speeding arrow in half, inches from its target. Japanese sword-making developed centuries ago, before electron microscopy, mass spectrometry, and other tools of modern materials analysis enabled scientists to understand exactly why the swords are as good as they are. Professor Michael Notis of Lehigh University, an expert on samurai swords, sheds light on the principles that underlie the weapons' strength, resilience, beauty, and distinctive shape. (See an interview on metal's properties with Notis's colleague Rick Vinci.) For example, during smelting, iron-ore sand is heated with charcoal, which provides a source of carbon that alloys with the iron to create steel. Ancient craftsmen deliberately stopped just short of a uniform liquid state for the white-hot steel, which resulted in a product with varying amounts of carbon throughout. The harder high-carbon steel was forged into the sword's edge, which had to be hard and sharp, while the more resilient low-carbon steel was used as the core of the weapon to produce a blade resistant to breaking during combat. This sandwich of two different types of steel contracted at different rates during rapid cooling, or quenching, which caused the blade to warp lengthwise, giving it its distinctive curve that proved so deadly when wielded in a slashing arc. "The unique aspect of the Japanese sword is that the craftsmen were able to put the right materials in the right place to get optimum properties for the entire object," Notis tells NOVA. Without access to the insights of modern science, Japanese craftsmen a millennium ago worked out an exacting method that is still followed by a devoted few and that produces the Stradivarius of swords.
Views: 17552 1768952
Expedition Unknown S01E11: Samurai Sword of Power
 
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Expedition Unknown is an American reality television series that premiered on January 8, 2015, on the Travel Channel. Produced by Ping Pong Productions, the program follows archaeologist, explorer, and television presenter Josh Gates on adventures to investigate the world's most enduring legends and mysteries
Views: 25503 Srijit Deb Roy
Secrets of the Samurai Sword -Nat Geo Documentary
 
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Samurai Warrior - National Geographic Best Documentary 2015 Following the Battle of Hakusukinoe against Tang China and Silla in 663 AD that led to a Japanese retreat from Korean affairs, Japan. English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or. Shogun : Japan's Greatest Samurai Warrior (Full Documentary). This documentary is brilliant and I hope it gives you a taste of all the other documentaries here. Learning and Education.
Views: 84 Brad Velazquez
Secrets of the Samurai Sword Part Three
 
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Secrets of the Samurai Sword Description: English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or samurai sword. In this program, NOVA probes the centuries-old secrets that went into forging what many consider the perfect blade. The beauty and lethality of the curved steel blade became identified with the distinctive culture of those who wielded it so expertly: the samurai warriors of medieval Japan, celebrated in countless Japanese woodcuts, prints, and films. Fifteen traditional Japanese craftsmen spent nearly six months creating the sword that NOVA follows through production, from smelting the ore to forging the steel to sharpening the blade to a keen edge, capable of slicing through a row of warriors at one swoopΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥although NOVA does not put the super-weapon to this ultimate test. (See a slide show of the process.) Not that samurai sword fighting has died outΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥far from it. The program also traces the schooling of a modern-day devotee of samurai combat: Midori Tanaka, a receptionist for a Japanese electronics firm by day and a blade buff by night. For Tanaka it's a family tradition, since her father, Fumon Tanaka, is a grand master swordsman. Father and daughter show their mutual respect with a breathtaking test of skill. Midori draws a bow, aiming an arrow directly at her father's heart. His only protection is his sword. When she releases the string, he slices the speeding arrow in half, inches from its target. Japanese sword-making developed centuries ago, before electron microscopy, mass spectrometry, and other tools of modern materials analysis enabled scientists to understand exactly why the swords are as good as they are. Professor Michael Notis of Lehigh University, an expert on samurai swords, sheds light on the principles that underlie the weapons' strength, resilience, beauty, and distinctive shape. (See an interview on metal's properties with Notis's colleague Rick Vinci.) For example, during smelting, iron-ore sand is heated with charcoal, which provides a source of carbon that alloys with the iron to create steel. Ancient craftsmen deliberately stopped just short of a uniform liquid state for the white-hot steel, which resulted in a product with varying amounts of carbon throughout. The harder high-carbon steel was forged into the sword's edge, which had to be hard and sharp, while the more resilient low-carbon steel was used as the core of the weapon to produce a blade resistant to breaking during combat. This sandwich of two different types of steel contracted at different rates during rapid cooling, or quenching, which caused the blade to warp lengthwise, giving it its distinctive curve that proved so deadly when wielded in a slashing arc. "The unique aspect of the Japanese sword is that the craftsmen were able to put the right materials in the right place to get optimum properties for the entire object," Notis tells NOVA. Without access to the insights of modern science, Japanese craftsmen a millennium ago worked out an exacting method that is still followed by a devoted few and that produces the Stradivarius of swords.
Views: 13927 1768952
Samurai Sword Making-2018
 
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Views: 160366 Oğuzhan Uğur TV
Skyrim Secret Rare Katana Swords
 
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In this video I will be giving a guide on 2 secret rare katanas! READ - To learn more about Nipple Milk click link below http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxnTk-T3E90 - Ending Song Link Below - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLiSqNWA58M
Views: 245111 Rifle Gaming
Mount And Blade All Secret Samurai Stuff
 
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Secret Samurai Armor,Helm,Sword and Big Sword. No one have found Boots yet.
Views: 151136 MABCommunity
BLACK OPS 3 ZOMBIES: HOW TO GET TAKEO'S SWORD EASTER EGG! (SECRET KATANA WEAPON) IN THE GIANT!
 
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BLACK OPS 3 Zombies: We find out how to use Takeo's Katana Sword in The Giant SUB TO JIMBOTHY -- ROAD TO 500K http://bit.ly/SubToJimbothy TWITCH TV: http://bit.ly/JimboOnTwitch FOLLOW ME ON GOOGLE PLUS - https://plus.google.com/+McCallahanIndustries FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/TheJimbothy ART BY: https://twitter.com/LeittenArt LEITTEN'S WEBSITE: http://leittenart.weebly.com/
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The Secrets of Samurai Armor - DEBUNKED
 
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Aaaaand here we are back with some more debunking! :D Link to the original video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDGW9f7FiuY Japanese armour is thought to have evolved from the armour used in ancient China and Korea. Cuirasses and helmets were manufactured in Japan as early as the 4th century. Japanese armour was generally constructed from many small iron (tetsu) and/or leather (nerigawa) scales (kozane) and/or plates (ita-mono), connected to each other by rivets and macramé cords (odoshi) made from leather and/or braided silk, and/or chain armour (kusari). Noble families had silk cords made in specific patterns and colors of silk thread. The armour was usually brightly lacquered to protect against the harsh Japanese climate Follow me on my social networks: https://www.patreon.com/themetatron https://www.instagram.com/metatron_youtube/ https://www.facebook.com/Metatron-1538668943017953/?fref=ts https://twitter.com/pureMetatron http://realmetatron.tumblr.com/ Music: intro ES_Knights Templar 1 - Johannes Bornlöf outro ES_Knights Templar 2 - Johannes Bornlöf
Views: 145825 Metatron
Secrets of the Samurai Sword Part Five
 
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Secrets of the Samurai Sword Description: English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or samurai sword. In this program, NOVA probes the centuries-old secrets that went into forging what many consider the perfect blade. The beauty and lethality of the curved steel blade became identified with the distinctive culture of those who wielded it so expertly: the samurai warriors of medieval Japan, celebrated in countless Japanese woodcuts, prints, and films. Fifteen traditional Japanese craftsmen spent nearly six months creating the sword that NOVA follows through production, from smelting the ore to forging the steel to sharpening the blade to a keen edge, capable of slicing through a row of warriors at one swoopΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥although NOVA does not put the super-weapon to this ultimate test. (See a slide show of the process.) Not that samurai sword fighting has died outΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥far from it. The program also traces the schooling of a modern-day devotee of samurai combat: Midori Tanaka, a receptionist for a Japanese electronics firm by day and a blade buff by night. For Tanaka it's a family tradition, since her father, Fumon Tanaka, is a grand master swordsman. Father and daughter show their mutual respect with a breathtaking test of skill. Midori draws a bow, aiming an arrow directly at her father's heart. His only protection is his sword. When she releases the string, he slices the speeding arrow in half, inches from its target. Japanese sword-making developed centuries ago, before electron microscopy, mass spectrometry, and other tools of modern materials analysis enabled scientists to understand exactly why the swords are as good as they are. Professor Michael Notis of Lehigh University, an expert on samurai swords, sheds light on the principles that underlie the weapons' strength, resilience, beauty, and distinctive shape. (See an interview on metal's properties with Notis's colleague Rick Vinci.) For example, during smelting, iron-ore sand is heated with charcoal, which provides a source of carbon that alloys with the iron to create steel. Ancient craftsmen deliberately stopped just short of a uniform liquid state for the white-hot steel, which resulted in a product with varying amounts of carbon throughout. The harder high-carbon steel was forged into the sword's edge, which had to be hard and sharp, while the more resilient low-carbon steel was used as the core of the weapon to produce a blade resistant to breaking during combat. This sandwich of two different types of steel contracted at different rates during rapid cooling, or quenching, which caused the blade to warp lengthwise, giving it its distinctive curve that proved so deadly when wielded in a slashing arc. "The unique aspect of the Japanese sword is that the craftsmen were able to put the right materials in the right place to get optimum properties for the entire object," Notis tells NOVA. Without access to the insights of modern science, Japanese craftsmen a millennium ago worked out an exacting method that is still followed by a devoted few and that produces the Stradivarius of swords.
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The Making of a Samurai Sword
 
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Ahead of an online sale of samurai arms and armour (20 November - 4 December), this vintage 1930s film footage of master Japanese swordsmiths offers a glimpse of the complex art of samurai sword-making. https://onlineonly.christies.com/s/samurai-swords-and-armour-a-refined-art/lots/115
Views: 2379 Christie's
Secrets of the Samurai Sword -Nat Geo Documentary
 
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English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp,
Views: 42 Gerardo Bodrey
The Ultimate Test of Samurai Armor - Iron Mountain Armory
 
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How does Samurai Armor from the Iron Mountain Armory stand up to actual combat? Against the katana, yari, yumi, ju-jitsu, and real weapons used by samurai? This documentary will show you how traditionally crafted Samurai Armor stands up in combat. Battlefield tested and warrior approved! The Iron Mountain Armory - Crafting Traditional Armor for the Modern Warrior. Subscribe now and receive updates on future video projects! Iron Mountain Armory Dealers: Armory: http://www.Samurai-Armor.com USA: http://www.Japanese-Armor.com UK: http://www.Samurai-Armour.co.uk CH: http://www.Samurai-Shop.ch AUS: http://www.GuardiansVaultAustralia.com PHL: http://www.GeishasBlade.com Follow us on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/JapaneseArmour Sponsored by: Iron Mountain Armory Little Star Enterprises, Inc. Muso Shugyo Ryu Jin-Ryu Swords (Top Quest, Inc) Available with English, Japanese and Spanish captions (Espanol)
Views: 421997 Samurai Armor
The Sword Guy HD Trailer - Ancient Samurai Swords Training Japanese Katana Martial Arts Training
 
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http://www.theswordguy.com/ - Shihan John McGraugh gives you the secrets of ancient Samurai sword training Japanese Katana sword instruction. This martial arts introduces the history of Samurai and where in Japan the Katanas' martial art originate. Information on how Samurai warrior heart of japanese culture. DVDs take you to the level of Black Belt Certification. Headquarter schools in Arizona. Start with Volume One: https://www.createspace.com/306804 Follow up with Volume Two: https://www.createspace.com/372469
Views: 5629 ZamMedia
When Samurai Swords Meet Fire
 
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I'm half Japanese so I love the Samurai sword, it is one of my favorite weapons. I find myself Drawn to it.... Here is one of our black belts and myself doing sword form I call Fukura in Japanese translating to the cutting edge of a blade, in this case a Katana. Please Enjoy! ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on social media: Website: https://www.towestlakekarate.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/towestlakekarate/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/towestlake_karate/ Yelp: https://goo.gl/5okzTd .Personal. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JustinIchi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sensei_ichi/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- I Shoot with a Lumix G7X: https://amzn.to/2HyLL3g DJI Osmo Pocket: https://amzn.to/2Yb8cAY Microphone : https://amzn.to/2YdS2H4
Views: 483 Sensei Ichi
Zoro Slashes Using Seppuku Blade, Secret of Zoro's Shusui Sword, Samurai Slasher, One Piece Ep 892
 
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Secret of Zoro's Great Sword - Shusui, Zoro Uses Seppuku Blade, One Piece Ep 892, One Piece - Land Of Wano, One Piece by Eiichiro Oda & Toei Animation Disclaimer : All Rights Goes To Toei Animation, Samurai Slasher Vs Zoro, Zorojuro In Wano, Kaido & Big Mom, Straw Hats In Wano, Zoro & Samurai's Of Wano, Luffy & Zoro, Straw Hats & Kaido's Army, One Piece Episode 892 English Sub HD, One Piece
Views: 8533 Luffytaro
Secrets of the Samurai Sword Part Six
 
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Secrets of the Samurai Sword Description: English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or samurai sword. In this program, NOVA probes the centuries-old secrets that went into forging what many consider the perfect blade. The beauty and lethality of the curved steel blade became identified with the distinctive culture of those who wielded it so expertly: the samurai warriors of medieval Japan, celebrated in countless Japanese woodcuts, prints, and films. Fifteen traditional Japanese craftsmen spent nearly six months creating the sword that NOVA follows through production, from smelting the ore to forging the steel to sharpening the blade to a keen edge, capable of slicing through a row of warriors at one swoopΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥although NOVA does not put the super-weapon to this ultimate test. (See a slide show of the process.) Not that samurai sword fighting has died outΓΓé¼ΓÇ¥far from it. The program also traces the schooling of a modern-day devotee of samurai combat: Midori Tanaka, a receptionist for a Japanese electronics firm by day and a blade buff by night. For Tanaka it's a family tradition, since her father, Fumon Tanaka, is a grand master swordsman. Father and daughter show their mutual respect with a breathtaking test of skill. Midori draws a bow, aiming an arrow directly at her father's heart. His only protection is his sword. When she releases the string, he slices the speeding arrow in half, inches from its target. Japanese sword-making developed centuries ago, before electron microscopy, mass spectrometry, and other tools of modern materials analysis enabled scientists to understand exactly why the swords are as good as they are. Professor Michael Notis of Lehigh University, an expert on samurai swords, sheds light on the principles that underlie the weapons' strength, resilience, beauty, and distinctive shape. (See an interview on metal's properties with Notis's colleague Rick Vinci.) For example, during smelting, iron-ore sand is heated with charcoal, which provides a source of carbon that alloys with the iron to create steel. Ancient craftsmen deliberately stopped just short of a uniform liquid state for the white-hot steel, which resulted in a product with varying amounts of carbon throughout. The harder high-carbon steel was forged into the sword's edge, which had to be hard and sharp, while the more resilient low-carbon steel was used as the core of the weapon to produce a blade resistant to breaking during combat. This sandwich of two different types of steel contracted at different rates during rapid cooling, or quenching, which caused the blade to warp lengthwise, giving it its distinctive curve that proved so deadly when wielded in a slashing arc. "The unique aspect of the Japanese sword is that the craftsmen were able to put the right materials in the right place to get optimum properties for the entire object," Notis tells NOVA. Without access to the insights of modern science, Japanese craftsmen a millennium ago worked out an exacting method that is still followed by a devoted few and that produces the Stradivarius of swords.
Views: 10997 1768952
Japanese Katana VS European Longsword   Samurai sword VS Knight Broadsword Answer Video - Destroyed
 
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If you like real history and medieval weapons and armour, and cutting tests please watch this video, you won't regret it. ;) ps: Full Metal Jacket was fun to watch, but this is incredible, it was really fun to make this video xD Follow me on my social networks: https://www.patreon.com/themetatron https://www.instagram.com/metatron_youtube/ https://www.facebook.com/Metatron-1538668943017953/?fref=ts https://twitter.com/pureMetatron http://realmetatron.tumblr.com/ Royalty free music by Epidemic Sound: intro ES_Knights Templar 1 - Johannes Bornlöf intro 2 ES_Medieval Adventure 01 - Johannes Bornlöf outro ES_Knights Templar 2 - Johannes Bornlöf Check out the facebook page of the photographer who works with me, he has lots of fantastic pictures https://www.facebook.com/amedeo.caporrimo?fref=ts and his instagram https://www.facebook.com/amedeo.caporrimo?fref=ts Check out my friend Salvo's channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyhvVE5jjPp4p2-qyvH4_6w
Views: 1131406 Metatron
Quick History of Japanese Katana (Samurai Swords)
 
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Checkout this brief/quick history of Japanese Katana (Samurai Swords). See where katana first began, how swords are made, and learn other interesting information. To learn more about Japan, its food, culture, people, language, history, and news, then checkout www.JapanSauce.Net. Twitter: @japansaucenet Instagram: @japansauce www.japansauce.net
Views: 4297 JapanSauce
The Secrets of Modern Japanese Swordmaking - Iaito Manufacture at the Minosaka Workshop
 
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SUBSCRIBE : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaFF4Q8RlfNq45cPDUwE8QA?sub_confirmation=1 -- Click on "CC" for subtitles in: English, French and Japanese -- --- INTRODUCTION --- The Japanese sword is a myth still very much alive. Iaido and Kenjutsu practitioners, modern samurais, still use the Katana in their training, but lack of production has made the Katana a very rare and expensive item. In the wake of World War Two the manufacturing and possession of edged weapons were forbidden. Amidst this prohibition, the Iaito, a blunted version of the Katana, was born. Iaito manufacturing, a modern craft founded on the millennial tradition of Japanese sword making, has led a revival of the sword industry over the past 50 years and is to this day used by tens of thousands of martial artists throughout the World. In Gifu prefecture, the cradle of Japanese sword making, a small number of workshops preserve this tradition. Follow Mr. Wakihara, the leader of the Minosaka Workshop, as he shares his experience and knowledge with us and accompany us into the vanishing art of Japanese sword making. What do the Iaito and Katana have in common, what differentiates them? Who are the people behind these swords? Let's begin our journey into Minosaka's world. ----------------------------------- --- BLOG RELATED ARTICLE --- The origin and manufacture of the Iaito, replica of the Japanese sword, the Katana: http://www.blog.seidoshop.com/the-origin-and-manufacture-of-the-iaito-replica-of-the-japanese-sword-the-katana/ --- MINOSAKA PRODUCTS VIDEO PRESENTATION--- https://youtu.be/Gli1R6hWPeE --- MINOSAKA PRODUCTS --- https://www.seidoshop.com/collections/custom-made-minosaka-iaito --- INFORMATIONS ON CHOOSING YOUR IAITO --- https://www.seidoshop.com/pages/how-to-choose-your-iaito --- SOURCES --- Minosaka's corporate website: http://www.minosaka.co.jp/ 銃砲刀剣類所持等取締法 - Legal reference to the law restricting the usage of Shinken in Japan (japanese language): http://law.e-gov.go.jp/htmldata/S33/S33HO006.html --- CREDITS --- Director: Jordy Delage Narrators: Brian Kamei & Don Moffit Editing: Guillaume Erard Music: Guillaume Erard Camera: Jordy Delage, Alexandre Venancio & Nicolas Nothum Translation and subtitles: Eriko Hoshi, Rahel Bünzli For their artistic participation special thanks to: Norio Hoshi (Kendo 7th Dan, Kyoshi) & John Presley (Iaido 6th Dan, Renshi) --- SPONSOR: Seido Co., Ltd --- https://www.seido-japan.com (en, jp, fr) https://www.seidoshop.com (en) http://www.seidoshop.jp (jp) http://www.budoexport.com (fr) --- SOCIAL MEDIA --- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seidoshop.international Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeidoShopInt GooglePlus: https://plus.google.com/+Seidoshop
Decisive Weapons   S02   E05   Soul Of The Samurai   The Japanese Samurai Sword
 
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Views: 10819 Vefe rere
Discovery Channel- The Samurai Sword 3
 
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This is a brief documentation of japanese sword making and histroy of the Katana brought to you by the dicovery channel program descive weapons. I obviously take no credit for this program.
Views: 87924 TaijiProtege
Allhumdulillah my Katana Samurai Sword
 
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The craft of making traditional Samurai Sword and how Tamahagne to form the blade is precured: https://youtu.be/EYigmc-QrGo Secrets of the Samurai Sword: https://youtu.be/ZmTFYRZRYPY English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or samurai sword. In this program, NOVA probes the centuries-old secrets that went into forging what many consider the perfect blade. The beauty and lethality of the curved steel blade became identified with the distinctive culture of those who wielded it so expertly: the samurai warriors of medieval Japan, celebrated in countless Japanese woodcuts, prints, and films. Fifteen traditional Japanese craftsmen spent nearly six months creating the sword that NOVA follows through production, from smelting the ore to forging the steel to sharpening the blade to a keen edge, capable of slicing through a row of warriors at one swoop—although NOVA does not put the super-weapon to this ultimate test. Japanese sword-making developed centuries ago, before electron microscopy, mass spectrometry, and other tools of modern materials analysis enabled scientists to understand exactly why the swords are as good as they are. Professor Michael Notis of Lehigh University, an expert on samurai swords, sheds light on the principles that underlie the weapons' strength, resilience, beauty, and distinctive shape. For example, during smelting, iron-ore sand is heated with charcoal, which provides a source of carbon that alloys with the iron to create steel. Ancient craftsmen deliberately stopped just short of a uniform liquid state for the white-hot steel, which resulted in a product with varying amounts of carbon throughout. The harder high-carbon steel was forged into the sword's edge, which had to be hard and sharp, while the more resilient low-carbon steel was used as the core of the weapon to produce a blade resistant to breaking during combat. Without access to the insights of modern science, Japanese craftsmen a millennium ago worked out an exacting method that is still followed by a devoted few and that produces the Stradivarius of swords. Details of my sword Alhumdulillah : Authentic JAPANESE SAMURAI KATANA SWORD WAKIZASHI Age: 300-400 years old Edo era Original/Reproduction: Original Primary Material: tamahagane Region of Origin: Japan Type: wakizashi Hawatari (Blade length): 52.7cm/ 20.74 inches Sori (Curvature): 1.0cm / 0.39 inches Nagasa (Length): 76.0cm/ 29.92 inches Weight: 936.5g Material of Sheath: wood
Views: 410 AL Oooze
Skyrim SE - Bolar's Oathblade - Unique Weapon Guide
 
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🐫 https://twitter.com/Camelworks 🐫 https://www.patreon.com/Camelworks 🐫 https://www.instagram.com/camelworks_official/ 🐫 https://www.facebook.com/camelworks/ 🐫 https://www.youtube.com/camelworks Welcome back ladies and gentlemen to Skyrim Special Edition! This video is a walk through guide, in which we acquire and inspect Bolar's Oathblade. Overview - 02:32 Skyrim Special Edition Playlist - https://goo.gl/PbiAiH Unique & Rare Weapons: Akarviri Sword - https://goo.gl/1llmOJ Alessandra's Dagger - https://goo.gl/SGKUlJ Bloodscythe - https://goo.gl/GYCwd2 Bloodskal Blade - https://goo.gl/ot2MFH Bow Of The Hunt - https://goo.gl/etuDrt Champion's Cudgel - https://goo.gl/CxIpE0 Dawnbreaker - https://goo.gl/IeVQGI Dawnguard Rune Hammer - https://goo.gl/Tb3lKC Dragonbane - https://goo.gl/L4HJ0H Dwarven Black Bow Of Fate - https://goo.gl/peZhM0 Dwarven Crossbow - https://goo.gl/XImXaM Ebony Blade - https://goo.gl/JFY6U3 Enhanced Crossbow - https://goo.gl/041dtm Enhanced Dwarven Crossbow - https://goo.gl/H70B4L Exploding Crossbow Bolts - https://goo.gl/bj0uyx Fork - https://goo.gl/9Z7LR0 Ghostblade - https://goo.gl/u1eav1 Glass Bow Of The Stag Prince - https://goo.gl/Z6FAPN Grimsever - https://goo.gl/6usk5Z Horksbane - https://goo.gl/CnEPSm Knife - https://goo.gl/9Z7LR0 Mace Of Molag Bal - https://goo.gl/5OTALx Nettlebane - https://goo.gl/znqhKE Poacher's Axe - https://goo.gl/X6QWuE Queen Freydis's Sword - https://goo.gl/KiS8Uw Red Eagle's Bane / Fury - https://goo.gl/JbMhmW Ring Of Pure Mixtures - https://goo.gl/p3dgz1 The Rueful Axe - https://goo.gl/PueNOO Soulrender - https://goo.gl/GYCwd2 Stormfang - https://goo.gl/rK6U7N Trollsbane - https://goo.gl/QVRCcH Valdr's Lucky Dagger - https://goo.gl/hJ2yGJ Volendrung - https://goo.gl/oypkuu Woodsman's Friend - https://goo.gl/dDs70T Unique & Rare Armor: Ahzidal - https://goo.gl/MucYwQ Ahzidal's Armor Set - https://goo.gl/CNCsYw Deathbrand Armor Set - https://goo.gl/KqaQNL Diadem Of The Savant - https://goo.gl/G3DgMi Ebony Mail - https://goo.gl/xZgxh8 Imperial Helmet (Closed) - https://goo.gl/mCUQkt Krosis - https://goo.gl/AjcPI6 Masque Of Clavicus Vile - https://goo.gl/64O336 Savior's Hide - https://goo.gl/TSJAu6 Visage Of Mzund - https://goo.gl/KpAcQl Vokun - https://goo.gl/rHrCLo Unique & Rare Shield: Spellbreaker - https://goo.gl/2ivCNq Unique & Rare Spells: Conjure Boneman - https://goo.gl/V7qLbN Conjure Flaming Familiar - https://goo.gl/VmhaVd Conjure Mistman - https://goo.gl/V7qLbN Conjure Wrathman - https://goo.gl/V7qLbN Summon Arvak - https://goo.gl/M0YpbU Transmute Mineral Ore - https://goo.gl/waqFRA Unique & Rare Jewelry: Ahzidal's Ring Of Arcana - https://goo.gl/Q4jL3f Ahzidal's Ring Of Necromancy - https://goo.gl/Q4jL3f Ancient Nord Amulet - https://goo.gl/hlGbtj Charmed Necklace - https://goo.gl/7Lyz5Z Ilas-Tei's Ring - https://goo.gl/YTYSqh Locket Of Saint Jiub - https://goo.gl/xWWUux Necromancer's Amulet - https://goo.gl/AC6xaG Ring Of Hircine - https://goo.gl/ffV0Tb Saarthal Amulet - https://goo.gl/FHExSy Unique Staffs / Staves: Eye Of Melka - https://goo.gl/wn3erg Staff Of Jyrik Gauldurson - https://goo.gl/ktWzC3 Wabbajack - https://goo.gl/QM5B3g General Guides: Infinite Carry Weight, Items & Gold - https://goo.gl/wngve5
Views: 304615 Camelworks
The Spiritual Process in the  Making of a Legend - The Samurai Katana Sword. Full Documentary.
 
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This spiritual process in the making of the Katana sword, provides a unique insight into the Samurai masters and the swords they use. Probably the most recognised of all martial arts weapons, the Katana and the deeply spiritual endeavour of Japanese sword making is awe inspiring. This up-close look at the making of and fighting with a Katana provides an explosive and visually stunning piece of cinematography.
Views: 2039 n e1
World Famous Japanese Swords & Samurai Armor Store - New Sword Case - Tozando Inside News #19
 
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1:00 Interview with Tozando Shogoin Store's manager 5:30 Gold-mark Japanese Sword Carrying Case This 19th episode features Tozando's Shogoin Store specializing Japanese swords and Samurai armors. For its unique characteristic, this store is often covered by media. Check why Tozando Shogoin Store is on many guidebook as Lonely Planet. Also Tozando has just released a new sword carrying case Tozando Inside News provides exclusive insights of Tozando’s new products, events and services. Subscribe Tozando: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TOZANDOSHOP
Views: 9862 TOZANDO INTL.
Where to buy a real Katana, Samurai sword in Japan, Kyoto, Tozando
 
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Where to buy a real Katana, Samarai Sword in Japan, Kyoto, Tozando **If you liked this video please subscribe and give me a thumbs up.