Double edge katana-Kissaki-moroha-zukuri
The kissaki-moroha-zukuri is known as the father of the Japanese sword. It has the shape of a sori, which is common in Japanese swords, but has a double-sided blade, which means that it has the characteristics of a curved sword and a double-edged blade at the same time, and this peculiar shape is also known as "kogarasu-zukuri," which is a transitional style from a straight sword to a curved sword. This peculiar shape is called "kogarasu-zukuri" and is the transition from the straight sword to the curved sword. The reason for this peculiar design begins with the first Shogun of Japan, Sakagami Tamura-Maru.
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