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Handmade kama made of hard wood, processed with impregnation wood preservative and insecticide varnish, that doesn't not leave a film onto the wood. As a result, the wood is free for moving without cracks and pealing and it doesn't stick on the hands and has a velvet touch.
Kama can be made of beech, oak or Greek walnut.
About 700 years ago, in King Eiso's reign, agricultural tools such as hoes and sickles began to be made of iron. Kama was first used as a weapon by farmers around 1314 A.D. a pair of Kama are used separately or connected with a string. It is considered one of the hardest weapons to learn due to the inherent danger in practicing.
Special dimensions of all weapons can be arranged upon request. Other special projects are welcomed and can be discussed
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Dreametal Kobudo is not responsible for any customs fees or duty taxes incurred due to import regulations.