The 鉢割 (also kabuto wari or hachi wari), meaning `helmet breaker` or `skull breaker` was a type of knife-shaped weapon, resembling a jitte in many respects. This weapon was carried as a side-arm by the Samurai class of feudal Japan. ==Types== Hachiwara were usually around 350mm long, some larger versions are around 450mm long. There were t...
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A short defensive rod called helmet breaker.
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