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Wakizashi (脇差) from the Muromachi and Edo periods onward. Wakizashi translates to "side inserted" (more literally) or "side carried". It is the short sword (Sho-to, 小刀) of the pair worn by Samurai. Some other classes were permitted to wear only the short sword. Swords with a cutting edge measuring less than two feet are generally considered to be sho-to.
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A Sadashige Wakizashi Muromachi Period (1333-1573) Tora Tori Gallery €8,700.00
Shinto Japanese Samurai Sword (Wakizashi) with Sayagaki, Signed Tadaku Forestangel Asian Antiques $2,750.00
Pair Antique Japanese Kozuka To Samurai Sword Katana Wakizashi Tanto Hundred and One Antiques $530.00
SADAHIRO 貞弘, 1506, Signed & Dated Wakizashi Eisho Era Sword Forestangel Asian Antiques Sold