Hanwei Yari Japanese Spear by Paul Chen
The Hanwei Yari Japanese Spear by Paul Chen was an essential battlefield weapon of the Samurai and took great skill to use and maneuver due to its length and size. The yari is a reminiscent of the ones of feudal Japan. The blade is a straight triangulated double-edged forged high-carbon steel with a deep fuller on the flat side of the blade. The tang of the yari is long to absorb the shock of a blow and the one-piece staff construction reinforces the durability of the spear. Our yari is modeled after the su-yari or "straight-spear" design. The shaft (ebu) of the yari is done in a deep black lacquer and has a flattened side at the bottom section for blade orientation. The fittings (koshirae) are of traditional design and make the yari aesthetically pleasing. The blade is constructed from hand-forged T10 high-carbon steel. The yari blade is carefully protected by a sheath (saya) and comes with maintenance kit for proper care. In both design and structure, the yari a great addition for those who train in sojutsu. The Yari is a fully functionl weapon and can be taken apart (similar to a katana) for cleaning.
High-carbon steel blade
Great addition for those who train in sojutsu.
Blade Length: 16 3/4"
Handle Length: 62 1/2"
Weight: 3lb 11oz
Thickness at Guard: .410
Blade Steel: T10
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