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Nobukuni Enami 江南 信國 (1859-1929) was the real name of Yokohama photographer T. Enami. Here he is holding a war fan in a moment of repose during a "Self Portrait" photo shoot that included this shot as well.

Nobukuni Enami 江南 信國 was the real name of Yokohama photographer T. Here he is holding a war fan in a moment of repose during a "Self Portrait" photo shoot that included this shot as well.Okay more samurai then ninja but cool pic

Full length 'Kinai-Bori' or 'Echizen-Bori' carving on an Echizen katana. It appears to be inscribed with a name: "Sword of the Last Days."

Full length 'Kinai-Bori' or 'Echizen-Bori' carving on an Echizen katana. It appears to be inscribed with a name: "Sword of the Last Days." The last days were WWII when the Japanese were commanded to carry their swords on them during battle .

One example of a mace capable of penetrating armour is the flanged mace. What makes a flanged mace different from other maces is the flanges, protruding edges of metal that allow it to dent or penetrate even the thickest armour.

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX One example of a mace capable of penetrating armour is the flanged mace. What makes a flanged mace different from other maces is the flanges, protruding edges of metal that allow it to dent or penetrate even the thickest armour.

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Maces were a really good weapon if you were fighting a knight with alot of armor. The mace would smash through the armor or at least dent it and leave a nasty bruise.

Flanged maces. A mace is a simple weapon that uses a heavy head on the end of a handle to deliver powerful blows.

A mace is a simple weapon that uses a heavy head on the end of a handle to deliver powerful blows.<--love using the mace, there is just something so simple about them that I like, they're strong too.