Ninja - Gallery

Gallery

  • Japanese iron climbing cleats ashiko.

  • Japanese sword cane shikomizue.

  • Japanese concealable weapons (ninja type)

  • Japanese iron caltrop makibishi.

  • Japanese iron climbing hook kaginawa.

  • Japanese concealed weapon shuriken.

  • Japanese sickle and chain weapon kusarigama.

  • Japanese chain weapon manriki

  • Japanese bo shuriken. Iron throwing darts.

  • Japanese chainmail shirt kusari katabira.

  • Japanese Chigriki, chain and weight weapons.

  • Antique iron ashiko climbing cleats.

  • Tekko-kagi (hand claws).

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