MON katana
On the sheaths of Japanese swords, you can often see a coat of arms, which is a symbol of the family, just like the coat of arms of the Western nobility, and this Japanese coat of arms is called "kamon", which was initially a mark on the holdings of Japanese martial artists and public officials, and represented the origin and rank of the family.From the initial growth of the four great clans, to the developmental stage when the samurai class seized power and rose to power, the kamon is a symbol of the family crest. Behind the kamon lies the direction of the entire era.
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