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In feudal Japan, the katana was the king. Not only was it one of the best Japanese swords, but it was also a true emblem for the samurai class.
So important was it that a samurai could not call himself a samurai if he did not have a katana. But what does this have to do with the shirasaya?
Well, that in the beginning the shirasaya was not considered a sword per se, but a method to keep the katana blade safe for long periods when it was not used.
However, today it is no longer necessary to have a shirasaya mount to keep the blade of a sword in good condition. Instead, the shirasaya has been transformed into a sword loved by tens of thousands of enthusiasts around the world.
Therefore, in this post we will take a look at the world of this emblematic Japanese sword.