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Standard White Oak Naginata Shiai Type
Standard White Oak Naginata Shiai Type


 
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  • Compliant with AJNF Regulations on Shiai Naginata
  • Length: 220cm
  • Weight: 650g+
  • Varnished finish on the shaft

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White oak Naginata for kihon (basic drills), engi (paired forms), sparring and shiai (matches). Ha-bu bamboo blade is attached to the E-bu (shaft) with white vinyl tape. Leather caps are fitted as Kissaki (front tip) and Ishizuki (butt).
This is our regular size. Compliant with All Japan Naginata Regulations for Shiai (combat) and Engi (technical), the total length is about 219/220cm with 50cm blade length. It is well balanced for all practitioners. Tall people could have a look at our Full Size version
Please note that due to the nature of wood material, there might be variations in weight for the same dimensions, but as per Regulations our Naginata weight more than 650g.

Made in Miyakonojo, Kyushu, the heart of Japanese wooden weapon craftsmanship. Only genuine Japanese wood essences are used.

What is Japanese White Oak?
The White Oak Wood used for Japanese Bokken, also called ' Shirogashi', greatly differs from the White Oak Wood referred to when speaking about North American Bokken.
While the North American Oak and Japanese Oak are related, the Japanese White Oak tree is evergreen, due to this it does not have a conspicuous open grain like the American White and Red Oak.
The open grain structure, of the American Oak wood produces soft areas which are more prone to impact damage.
Shirogashi on the other hand has a structure that is uniformly hard, has excellent dent resistance and has better impact strength than American Oaks.
Compared to Akagashi the Shirogashi has denser grains which also makes it slightly heavier and more preferable as material for Bokken.
Because of the durability and weight of Shirogashi, it's widely regarded as great material for making high quality Bokken and Jo.

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