Full view of the kabutowari.
Kabutowari shown against a yoroi kabuto.
The kabutowari seen against a yoroi kabuto from the side.
The hook feauture of the kabutowari that was used for disarming.
The kabutowari's pommel.
The handle of the kabutowari.
Tetto Kabutowari
Tetto Kabutowari
Tetto Kabutowari
Tetto Kabutowari
Tetto Kabutowari
Full view of the kabutowari.
Kabutowari shown against a yoroi kabuto.
The kabutowari seen against a yoroi kabuto from the side.
The hook feauture of the kabutowari that was used for disarming.
The kabutowari's pommel.
The handle of the kabutowari.
Tetto Kabutowari
Tetto Kabutowari
Tetto Kabutowari
Tetto Kabutowari
Tetto Kabutowari

Tetto Kabutowari

$107.16

Tetto literally means an iron sword and the name is derived from the shape which resembles the Japanese sword, but it doesn't have the cutting edge and the function is rather similar to the Jutte's because it is mainly designed for the purpose of capturing the enemies without harming them and/or for self-defense. Traditionally, the Tetto is also called Kabutowari, that is, a helmet crusher. This Tetto Kabutowari handle is securely and tightly wrapped with cotton cord. All handmade. 47 cm long. Approximately weight: 670g.