Pedang Samurai Jepang (Japanese Samurai Sword)


Sebenarnya, nama pedang ini bukan samurai, tetapi katana atau nihon-to . Nama samurai sendiri maksudnya kaum samurai sebagai pengguna pedang ini. Kaum samurai ialah kaum pejuang nan terhormat, nan melindungi masyarakat di era Jepang Kuno. Mencari pedang samurai Jepang orisinil memang butuh kejelian tersendiri sebab tak sporadis para penjual pedang mengklaim bahwa barang dagangannya itu pedang samurai orisinil dari Jepang. Padahal, tak mudah buat mendapatkan pedang samurai sebab usianya niscaya sudah ratusan tahun, mengingat zaman kejayaan para samurai di Jepang telah berlangsung sebelum Perang Global I. Selain kualitas pedang nan tinggi, faktor sejarah membuat pedang nan terkenal ini berharga sangat tinggi hingga ratusan juta; bahkan milliaran.

Actually, the name of this sword is not samurai, but  katana or nihon-to. The word samurai means the title of a user of this sword. The samurai is the honored warrior, who bravely protect the public in the era of ancient Japan. Looking for an original Japanese samurai sword takes foresight on knowledge of it because there are sporadic sword sellers claim that their goods were original samurai swords from Japan. In fact, it is not easy to find a samurai sword because of it’s undoubtedly already hundreds years old, considering the glory days of the samurai in Japan have taken place before the Global War I. In addition to high quality sword, historical factors made it become famous sword with worth very high up to hundreds of millions; even billions in price.

samurai jepang

Berminat untuk melihat pedang ini?.

Interested to see this sword ?. 

Article : Ketut Rudi Utama

Photo by : Hollandia Herni

 

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