How Japanese samurai swords were made. A 75-year-old swordsman who has made 1,000 Japanese swords

Dan Curd
Dan Curd

This was brilliant to watch very relaxing and so interesting the work gone into this weapon is just amazing well done to this man and his skills using it aswell. Thank you

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Jeff
Jeff

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Miguel Rodrigues
Miguel Rodrigues

@Alex Pervach álķŵw

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Antonio Granados
Antonio Granados

@Alex Pervach oomegutamughooo

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freddy meneses
freddy meneses

@Alex Pervach ooooooooooooooo

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マキマキ
マキマキ

@Alex Pervach😂

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Tyztube21
Tyztube21

A combination of traditional and modern day techniques to create a work of art. This smith has my respect doing all of this work by himself.

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ebutuoy0312
ebutuoy0312

I'm happy that these guys created a beautifully well edited videos of Japanese traditional cultures, yet, soon to be deteriorated due to Japanese population decrease. Thank you!!有り難う❤️

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John Henry
John Henry

Amazing process. The sword displayed at 16:20 isn't same one shown being forged.

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CHINxOxJUSTICE
CHINxOxJUSTICE

The final sword seemed quite a bit longer than what he was making at the forge. I feel like we had a quick one pulled on us.

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Visayas Rider
Visayas Rider

I thought the same thing. The forged one looked like the short sword wakizashi then suddenly it's a full sized katana.

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極悪非道ノ助
極悪非道ノ助

この技術を永遠に残す必要がありますね

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純白のパン屋さん
純白のパン屋さん

@H K だから製法言うとるやんw

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Jack 01
Jack 01

@もぺ お前は日本人?多分お前の体が日本人けどお前の考えは日本人じゃない。

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もぺ
もぺ

@Jack 01糖質の方でしたか、失礼しましたご闘病頑張って下さい。

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Jack 01
Jack 01

@もぺ あっ?!お前は本当に失礼! お前の考え方から、日本は中国の奴隷に成る! 多分遅いだよ、奴隷に成った。たくさん日本の会社は中国のに成った。

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Jack 01
Jack 01

@もぺ 違う、日本人の手だけが日本刀を作る。 もし外人の手から、日本刀ではない。

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Jobobcowman
Jobobcowman

Such a different process than western sword design! That constant heat and cool while forging is crazy. How is he not developing forge cracks? And what does the burnt straw do?

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Fenris Wolf
Fenris Wolf

Burnt straw adds carbon to the metal, forming a carbon steel

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Joel Fernandez Salazar
Joel Fernandez Salazar

Mas que el buen trabajo en esa espada....es la gran paciencia en el proceso de hacerla,el acero echo arte....desde Peru..saludos.

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Chaosga
Chaosga

I wonder what his opinion is on modern blacksmiths and Damascus katanas?

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高雄孩子
高雄孩子

希望這項技藝要流傳下去,看很多國家的刀匠都有鍛造過武士刀,但還是感覺日本傳統打造出來的比較正宗。

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Андрей Перминов
Андрей Перминов

Делались из многослойный стали. И время могло занять, больше года. Сейчас на это уходит около месяца

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Don Vito Corleone
Don Vito Corleone

Meu sonho de consumo é uma Espada dessa que trabalho incrível os Japoneses fazem.

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anonimus.pj.c
anonimus.pj.c

É virgem, concerteza

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Мастер КИПиА
Мастер КИПиА

Да уж,прекрасная катана. У этого меча есть душа которую в него вложил кузнец.

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勉強不足くん
勉強不足くん

弟子にしてもらいたいレベル

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小池ユニバース
小池ユニバース

戦乱の時代ではこんなに手間をかけて鍛造してられなかっただろうし 逆説的に言えば美しい拵えの刀は平和の象徴かも知れないな 美しい刀を作れる世界を繋いでいかねばならない

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JCN RUAD
JCN RUAD

I could only imagine IF I was his apprentice or something, maybe he'll only spent 80% work time to yell at me, the rest is finishing the work.... And no, I'm not a blacksmith, I'm just ordinary person that usually help my wife sharpening all her kitchen knife with whetstone.

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carlos ricardo Ruiz
carlos ricardo Ruiz

Excelente vídeo. Cual es el fin de ponerle al acero, las cenizas de paja y que contiene el agua gris barrosa ??disculpa mi ignorancia. Saludos desde Tucuman Argentina.

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JAY BOANA
JAY BOANA

Amazing ❗❗❗ salam dari indonesia mister, anda sangat pandai membuat pedang samurai yang menjadi ciri khas jepang. 👍

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A Wondering Philosopher
A Wondering Philosopher

"how Japanese samurai swords were made" begins by using modern machinery 💀

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steven guevara
steven guevara

I'm a machinist I've learned to appreciate The Japanese demand for absolute perfection on any product They attach there Name to. They take quality control dead serious down to the way the certificates are folded and making sure the stamps are perfectly straight

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Олег Смирнов
Олег Смирнов

Хочу себе такой!!!

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Elephant Soul
Elephant Soul

Amazing work

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Chezar Alvarez
Chezar Alvarez

Gran Maestro!

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Jean-Luc Lemonnier
Jean-Luc Lemonnier

Magnifique... Grand Maître.. !!!

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有楽一満
有楽一満

日本刀の技術は昔より劣ってると言われるけど素人のワイからするとここまで複雑な作業が何百年とかけて受け継がれてきたのがすごいと思う

Vor 15 Tage
ぷりん
ぷりん

色んな意見を聞くけど、日本刀を作る上での技術はとうの昔にほぼ失われてるのが現状ってのを聞いかことがあるで

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Indonesia Great Lion
Indonesia Great Lion

extraordinarily reliable blacksmith grandfather. greetings from Indonesia

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Multicamera Production
Multicamera Production

It's so wonderful art & technology 🤘🤘

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Anthony Casabar
Anthony Casabar

Man this is cool

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Supri Yanto
Supri Yanto

Thank's finally I know how katana sword created

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doctorno0070
doctorno0070

A true master of his craft. He doesn't just know how to make it, he knows how to use it. Very enjoyable to watch. Thanks for the upload.

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B N
B N

Im hooked… on my way to learn… see you in 5 years

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Peter Chilton
Peter Chilton

Was a different blade he used to cut the reed mats, but very interesting none the less...

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Anthony V1
Anthony V1

You are...the new Forged In Fire Champion!

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Gió quê TV
Gió quê TV

This was brilliant to watch very relaxing and so interesting the work gone into this weapon is just amazing well done to this man and his skills using it aswell. Thank you

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Raymond Moore
Raymond Moore

Amazing how much craftsmanship is required. Fabulous end result

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카멘투탕
카멘투탕

전통방식이라고 다 맞는건 아닐지도 모른다 극단적으로 경도값만 올리는 방식은 대련용검으로는 쓸수없고 날이 잘 선 장식용검이나 의장용검외의 용도는 생각하기힘들다 그렇지만 저 장인정신이야말로 일본의 한 축을 버티게하는 힘인것같다

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Jason Callan
Jason Callan

I actually got to see his shop when I was in Japan. It was such a great experience, nice guy had a great time. I wish I could get one of his swords

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Victor Varsanyi
Victor Varsanyi

Few realize the truly brilliant use of clay to control the cooling process to create reenforcing points within the steel. It is seen in the pattern left by the clay. Very carefully controlled cooling. A blade made with diamond dust requires long cooling for crystals to grow

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Donoban DE LEE
Donoban DE LEE

His ancestors might make Ichirin Katana which was shown in Kimetsuno yaiba.

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Tim Gruver
Tim Gruver

So fantastic that men of his skill are still making these beautiful swords. I hope he is passing his knowledge to some that believe like this ancient craftsman. He is amazing beyond words. I hope he lives another 75 years. He will live for centuries in the swords he created!

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Patty Hoover
Patty Hoover

Thanks for sharing

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Patty Hoover
Patty Hoover

Awesome job

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shibe shibe
shibe shibe

カッコよすぎる……何度見ても手作業であの美しい形を作り出す技量にビビる……

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Manuel Luis
Manuel Luis

Isso é uma arte. A forma e o processo de fabricação dessa espada, desde o princípio da operação com esses métodos ancestrais, não podem ser perdidos ou esquecidos. Porque senhores como esse mestre por excelência, não duram para sempre infelizmente. Se achamos já estranho, certas coisas nesse fabrico, era interessante saber o porquê de cada uma e imagino o que já perdemos de conhecimento através dos tempos, pelos segredos levados para os túmulos dos nossos antepassados. Parabéns pelo excelente trabalho e profissionalismo. E obrigado pela cultura e mestria mostrada por esse senhor, esse artesão já com uma idade tão avançada, mas dando uma lição para muitos jovens. Teria muito prazer de poder estar perto desse senhor e ter a honra de aprender por pouco que fosse seria um tesouro inestimável. Um grande abraço de Portugal.

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Austin Grunig
Austin Grunig

The time to build a sword of this quality is priceless and takes knowledge passed down from many generations. Hand forged Japanese steel is at the top of my list of blades and would be honored to have one of these swords this man built.

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Guilhem Lavalou
Guilhem Lavalou

Agree but this video dont show the best way to do that, steps are missing or not showed. An Aïkido sensei told me years ago the process and it take weeks to have the finest katana (who cost more than a car).

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Thi baut
Thi baut

Yes, the know how is in the hands of one master. Personally, I prefer process where each chemical substance is ruled and heat treatment is monitored and known at production facilities. Interest here is more about tradition. It could great to see properties of the different muds to see how good this tradition is, for making good steel.

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rick Schneider
rick Schneider

This is definitely a new form of Katana making. Combining traditional techniques with new ones. Most other Katana Makers I've seen wrap a layer of softer Tamohagine around a harder layer for the edge. Workmanship is still beautiful and effective!

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Scott Winterton
Scott Winterton

I am so impressed with the skill and attention this man gives to his craft. He is a true master!

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Julio Cesar Santos Oliveira
Julio Cesar Santos Oliveira

Em 2018 eu e minha esposa tivemos a honra de conhecer o mestre Matsunaga em uma passagem por Kumamoto! Experiência incrível, pela técnica apresentada, nas mais de 3 horas que passamos conversando, e pela paciência em responder cada pergunta. Após a demonstração do passo a passo da forja, visitamos o o Dojo e após nos ser demonstrada a arte do tameshigiri, praticamos, mas lógico que com muito menos destreza do que o mestre que nos guiou. Após obter algum sucesso no corte o Mestre Matsunaga quis saber nossa profissão, ao descobrir que éramos policiais, contou sobre seu pai, que foi policial no Japão, nos convidou para conhecer a coleção de armas de seus antepassados em sua residência. Eternamente grato ao Mestre Matsunaga pela recepção e ensinamentos!

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DOC TOOLS - Ferramentas e equipamentos
DOC TOOLS - Ferramentas e equipamentos

Excelente!

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Rodrigo Milan
Rodrigo Milan

Parabéns pela experiência com o mestre!

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Julio Cesar Santos Oliveira
Julio Cesar Santos Oliveira

@Rafael Leleu a Katana precisava de uma autorização do governo para comprar e exportar, foi o que a guia me informou. Já o tantō não.

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Julio Cesar Santos Oliveira
Julio Cesar Santos Oliveira

@Rafael Leleu na época a katana variava entre 20 mil e 40 mil reais, salvo engano. Um tantō estava por volta de 1000 dólares.

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Rafael Leleu
Rafael Leleu

Que maravilha! Tem ideia de quanto custa em média uma katana forjada por ele? Abraço.

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B
B

I've watched countless video's like these, each one different and amazing...I envy the dedication the japanese people put into their craft, a true privilege to watch...Thank you for showing this.

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JCN RUAD
JCN RUAD

A question please (sorry if it considered a silly question). Between traditional and modern of sword making, does it affect the quality of the blade?

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Max B
Max B

dont lump all japanese people together thats racist.

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martin baker
martin baker

This is just so cool. How in the world were all the many steps developed? Trial and error for sure to some extent, but deciding to try straw ash? Two kinds of mud? Amazing. This level of craftsmanship, as well, is not often seen.

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StrazaStreams
StrazaStreams

Absolutely magnificent! All my respect and admiration to this very disciplined old man for keeping a very rare and cultural thing alive and well!

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Grumpy G
Grumpy G

👍👍👏🏻👏🏻

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Indracaponious
Indracaponious

I never tire of watching these videos. Would love to see this process up close, in person. Every step has purpose and meaning. Nothing trivial....just art. My thanks to you sir.

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Alexander Sanchez
Alexander Sanchez

He was a true gift to Japan. I pray that he has gifted his beautiful sword making to the next generation of skilled apprentices. To perpetuate his skills bestowed to him by his father and grandfather.

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david powell
david powell

No wonder these swords are so sought after, they are beautifully crafted by this sword smith. this is not just a weapon, the soul of the smith is imbibed into this beautiful Katana. It is a work of art.

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Kalle Klæp
Kalle Klæp

That old guy brought a lifetime of experience into this one tool which resembles a piece of art. Amazing craftsmanship! Being a blacksmith myself I can imagine how much time went into this before the master was satisfied with it.

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redanntube
redanntube

全工程を1人で成す刀匠は、この人だけなのでは。 試し斬りで、古武術まで実践されるとは驚きでした😅

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渡邉
渡邉

それぞれの刀はどう優れているのですか?

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Hans Hase
Hans Hase

Es ist sehr schön zu sehen wie ein Katana entsteht, welche Arbeit und welches Wissen dazu nötig ist. Ein solches Schwert nach traditioneller Art herzustellen ist wirkliche Kunst. Absoluter Respekt für diesen Mann. Ich beschäftige mich schon lange mit der Japanischen Kultur und bin fasziniert von denn immer noch vorhandenen Traditionen. Das Schwert ist meisterhaft.

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ngo hai
ngo hai

Sie sollten sine Reise nach Japan machen

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Roman Hlubuček
Roman Hlubuček

pěkna a zajimava prace vyrobu samurajskeho měč jsem vyděl poprve

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T N
T N

Iron sand in Japan is ilmenite iron sand contained in granite made by weathering magma, and it is called masasatetsu and contains titanium. This iron sand is low in phosphorus and sulfur, impurities that make steel brittle, and high in vanadium, which strengthens steel. In tatara ironmaking, the iron sand is semi-molten by keeping the furnace at 1300℃, but only phosphorus, sulfur and impurities and slag are melted and discharged. So impurities and slag are removed from the material tamahagane of katana. It is produced using the same tamahagane material as katana, a high-end kitchen knife made in Japan. Vanadium makes the steel malleable and easy to roll, making it easy to fold. By folding, the vanadium is finely dispersed and combined with carbon to form a fine metal structure, so the katana has excellent hardness, abrasion resistance, corrosion resistance, and toughness, and becomes beautiful when sharpened. Hitting the steel with a hammer removes the carbon with a spark, so the carbon content drops to 0.7%, which is suitable for katana. The approximate amount of carbon can be determined by the shape of the spark. By folding, the steel of katana is in a state where austenite and martensite, which have different hardnesses, are dispersed. When a katana is sharpened with a Japanese sharpening stone, the austenite is removed and martensite remains, so the blade becomes like a microscopic saw. That's why Japanese knives sharpen when cutting. Japan's Hitachi Metals developed Yasugi Specialty Steel (yasugi hagane) around 1970 by analyzing and applying tatara ironmaking and tamahagane. Yasugi Steel has the same properties as katana, so it is hard, impact-resistant, and hard to break. This special steel is used for various purposes such as cutlery steel, high-end kitchen knife material, razor material(Gillette,Schick,Wilkinson razor steel), automobile parts material, automobile engine parts, and aircraft engine parts. Japanese knives and zwilling Japanese knives are made from steels such as Blue Steel (Aogami) and White Steel (Shirogami) based on Yasugi Steel. Around the 6th century, high-quality iron sand could be mined in the Yasugi region, so it became a town of iron manufacturing. Yasugi City is currently producing Yasugi Specialty Steel at the Hitachi Metals factory and exporting it to the world. Steelmaking engineers at the Hitachi Metals plant learn the traditional tatara ironmaking process. In the 14th century, katana craftsmen migrated to Seki City and produced katana in large quantities. Seki City still produces katana and knives. German knife maker zwilling parsed tamahagane for katana material. zwilling manufactures high-end kitchen knives made from Japanese steel in its Japanese factory.

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derschwarzgeist
derschwarzgeist

There’s so much that’s incorrect in this, it’s laughable.

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LouieBB
LouieBB

Thank you for sharing the detailed info. Much appreciated.

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Oconomy
Oconomy

素晴らしい光沢

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燎火
燎火

この技術と文化はずっと続いてほしい

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Good Vibes
Good Vibes

Wonderful skill, and beautifully made, I'm surprised however that the title implies that we would be watching how the swords "were made" yet the blacksmith begins the process using a power hammer which I doubt they would have used originally.

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Марина Левченкова
Марина Левченкова

Мечи разные. Ковал один клинок,прикреплял ручку и вставлял в ножны уже другой,а проверял в действии третий,который и с другой ручкой был и ножны другого цвета.

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jason fountain
jason fountain

He is obviously very skilled. I am a blade smith and the amount of work that goes into becoming this good is amazing.

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4apaev100
4apaev100

You are Ukrainian?

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capolot
capolot

No grinder or anything. Did he actually do the rough shaping of that sword with files?!

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jason fountain
jason fountain

@Tan The Man yes!!

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Tan The Man
Tan The Man

Are u jealous

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NoVa JB
NoVa JB

I love watching how they make katana's. As someone who's worked with metals although nothing like this it's always seemed counterintuitive to introduce foreign substances in the forging process, but it works.

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CAPELINO capêlo
CAPELINO capêlo

Trabalho sensacional que atravessa gerações...👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

Vor 2 Monate
The One Who Reports For Duty
The One Who Reports For Duty

I feel like I’m watching the forging of a legendary blade meant to defeat an ancient evil with techniques from the era. This is amazing.

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Андрей Маряшичев
Андрей Маряшичев

прекрасный результат...

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Shockwave
Shockwave

The rice straw ash is a natural flux material to help the layers completely bind together while adding more carbon when he folds them and the muddy clay water helps evenly heat the billet down to the core without overheating the outside.

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Captive S
Captive S

The Chinese used animal bones to add carbon to the steel.

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Hulkieus
Hulkieus

Was curious about this.

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BUDDY PICKMAN
BUDDY PICKMAN

I myself been a blacksmith for 45+ years I sure miss it 😢

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stickyfox
stickyfox

It's both to add carbon and silicon (in the mud which is indeed not just any mud), and also to prevent oxygen in the atmosphere from reaching the steel (reducing, not oxidizing). The mud also serves as a flux when the metal is reheated to weld the layers together.

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Ammar Ghazali
Ammar Ghazali

Di daerah saya Lumpur itu atau tanah,, bukanlah mitos tapi fakta klu Ad Jago2 yg berilmu kebal Senjata tajam,, maka ketika pisau atau pedang di tancapkan ke tanah maka Ilmu kebal akan hilang dan senjata akan melukai nya,, Artinya Ad kesamaan dari fungsi tanah pada sebuah pedang,, KARNA katanya kita di ciptakan dari TANAH,, maka akn kembali juga ke tanah😂 Kurang lebih begitu😂😂

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Nahúm Camacho
Nahúm Camacho

Hermoso trabajo, mis respetos para el gran maestro. Que bella katana la que el creo!!!

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NB
NB

Whenever I watch such craftmanship of various items, whether it's swords or shoes, I feel that through modernity and liberal capitalism, we have lost something in our humanity. The way this sword was crafted makes the crafter more noble. It makes him a better human being. You cannot reproduce these values with something mass produced at the touch of a button with generic materials. Thanks for men like that Japanese who keep the old way (and only real way) of working alive. The days when everything was made by hand and not mass produced.

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Shockwave
Shockwave

The good thing about these videos is that even if he didn't directly teach someone his craft, they can still learn some of this from him.

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Gió quê TV
Gió quê TV

I never tire of watching these videos. Would love to see this process up close, in person. Every step has purpose and meaning. Nothing trivial....just art. My thanks to you s

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KAB
KAB

What a dope video to watch! Imagine being his age and crafting dozens of those swords per week, and then imagine him learning earlier techniques from his father who learned it from his father ad continuum.

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Steven P
Steven P

Japanese dedication to their craft is inspiring. Never is a short cut taken for the sake of time. Always perfection.

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Helio
Helio

i love his forging process but it’s my understanding that with coal forging, the steel sparking heavily is when it burns which degrades the quality, that combined with the wet forging should to my knowledge cause fissures and soft spots that would either not harden when creating the hamon or crack during the heat treat to quench step

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Pig Skinrodeo
Pig Skinrodeo

Truly amazing in every way possible. It's amazing the skill and process and just the craftsmanship, truly a work of art.

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LouieA
LouieA

Patience and skilled craftsmanship combined in these katana production, great admiration to these old and talented man .

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Doug Goins
Doug Goins

This artist knows what he is doing. I love the Japanese culture and history. A very skilled master at work here

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Luis Angel Galindo Caja
Luis Angel Galindo Caja

las espadas japonesas son una obra de arte!!!

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Jesse Tames
Jesse Tames

A true master at work. Thank you for letting us see this process.

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yannick lebreton
yannick lebreton

Je suis sidéré par le travail consciencieux de ce forgeron japonais. J'étais très loin d'imaginer les techniques et le temps de fabrication d'un sabre japonais. 👍

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brandon cantu
brandon cantu

I loved this video. Just the way it was edited with the traditional music and stuff was spot on 🔥

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Илья Хижняк
Илья Хижняк

I really like the fact that blacksmithing is literally a symphony of fire and water. Just as earth comes from lava and sea, so a sword comes from fire and water.

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smoothpicker
smoothpicker

I love to watch craftsman at work. I would love to own a sword like that but they are expensive and after watching this I see why they're expensive...and definitely worth it. Maybe one day!!!

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G M
G M

quality at it's best.....not only a great weapon....a piece of art

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NYCR
NYCR

Outstanding. I can watch this all day. Sword making is a art.

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可愛麗絲 / Alice_Piano ♫
可愛麗絲 / Alice_Piano ♫

手工技藝最高👏👏

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W Kelly
W Kelly

What a pleasure to watch this master work!! Well done and thank you!

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BENJAMIN SISKO
BENJAMIN SISKO

EXTREMAMENTE TRABALHOSO DE SE FAZER...MAS O RESULTADO É IMPRESSIONANTE.

Vor 2 Monate
David Hovey
David Hovey

I am speechless Master! Mesmerizing work. Truly great full for your video . Such swords made this way must be truly rare. Sleep well, you’ve earned it!🙏

Vor 20 Tage
John Streetburg
John Streetburg

Tekokani is missing or the video is cut? I did not see him instert the hada into nikku, u dont just break the tiles then forge them into a blade

Vor 2 Monate
Longbottom_Leaf
Longbottom_Leaf

The respect love and honor he showed to this sword was inspiring

Vor 2 Monate
John Bobbitt
John Bobbitt

I might not be a sword expert, but real does recognize real. And thus, I am an expert at art. And that man is an artist.

Vor 13 Stunden
ハマチ
ハマチ

昔の人は返しを何千回も素手でしたっていうんだから驚きだよな。

Vor 2 Monate
て

頭悪いやろそれ

Vor 2 Monate
Mr C
Mr C

Beautifully and masterfully produced, matching the flawless craftsmanship of the sword maker. Subscribed.

Vor 28 Tage
Bill Carson
Bill Carson

Japanese master forgers are still considered the best in the world, unfortunately few remain. This elderly craftsman works without any protective equipment, and what he wants to accomplish is all in his mind. I have always been fascinated by Japanese culture and traditions, and samurai swords have no equal for me.

Vor 17 Tage
Claude Postolle
Claude Postolle

Fantastique travail !!!!! 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

Vor 14 Tage
Dashawn Marquess
Dashawn Marquess

Hatori Hanso next time :) absolutely incredible the engineering to even construct the materials of these blades. This dates back 100s of years before people even knew about atoms and molecules.

Vor 2 Monate
Kalleb Pereira lima
Kalleb Pereira lima

Perfect

Vor 2 Monate
Gareng Tutorial
Gareng Tutorial

Keren 👍👍

Vor Monat

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