“The ninja sword was shorter than a normal one, as long as two feet. Its cord is very long, for it is used for climbing up a wall… It is said that the ninja never used a fine sword with the name of the swordsmith. When assassinating the enemy, the ninja usually used a newly made thick sword to thrust. He never pulled it out after thrusting and killing the enemy, leaving it there so that he might not revive. He did not want to be traced by the name of the swordsmith”
Koka Ninjutsu Hidensho
Translated in English by Shihan Tsuneyoshi Matsubo in 1916
School of the Warrior Way
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This is part 3 of the Ninja Search! Great Research! This proves that the “Straight Blade” Katana, does date before the NINJA BOOK IN THE U.S.A (1980’s) and the NINJA BOOM IN JAPAN (1960’s).
I am not for sure why so many have issues with facts? Just because their teacher says “this” does not make it true. anyway, watch part 1 – 2 & 3 and figure out what you think.
This is part of the Ninja Search! Great Research! This proves that the “Straight Blade” Katana, does date before the NINJA BOOK IN THE U.S.A (1980’s) and the NINJA BOOM IN JAPAN (1960’s).
This is pictures and writings about the ashigaru actially using them in the time of the Sengoku Period, and again many know that the Shinobi were primarily out of the Ashigaru class! Great video, I hope that you all enjoy it!