Saya with KAERITSUNO

From Paart Budo Buki by buki stolar

Dear Buyu's,

due to constant improvement, here's another novelty from my little workshop
 
 The aim of kaeritsuno is to catch the obi(belt) when you pull out the blade so that saya won't come off at the same time

If you look at the professional literature about Nihonto, or look offer of antique Nihonto, you will see that Kaeritsuno most commonly appear on Kodachi and Tanto koshirae 

more about this kodachi you could find on my   Koryu Buki blog (here)

  

Saya with KAERITSUNO

From Paart Budo Buki by buki stolar

Dear Buyu's,

due to constant improvement, here's another novelty from my little workshop
 
 The aim of kaeritsuno is to catch the obi(belt) when you pull out the blade so that saya won't come off at the same time

If you look at the professional literature about Nihonto, or look offer of antique Nihonto, you will see that Kaeritsuno most commonly appear on Kodachi and Tanto koshirae 

more about this kodachi you could find on my   Koryu Buki blog (here)