Tanto

Aikido term: Knife

Tantō

A extra=`short blade` is one of the traditionally made Japanese swords (nihonto) that were worn by the samurai class of feudal Japan. The tantō dates to the Heian period, when it was mainly used as a weapon but evolved in design over the years to become more ornate. Tantō were used in traditional martial arts (tantojutsu) and saw a resurgence .....
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TANTO

Dagger or knife less than one foot long.
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TANTO

Dagger or knife with blade less than 12 inches.
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Tanto

Short bladed knife.
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tanto

so much
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tanto

so much, as much
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tanto

tanto
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Tanto

The Tanto is a design of fighting knife consisting of a single-edged blade with a chisel tip. The single edge has a slight curve to it, the back of the blade is straight and the full thickness of the blade is maintained almost to the tip. This design was developed in the Far East for penetrating metal body armour, and the penetrating power of the d...
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tanto

The tanto, or knife, was an important weapon in the ninja's arsenal. Like the ninja-to, the tanto was not made of the high quality steel that the samurai's sword was but the ninja made up for this by using the tanto as a multi-purpose tool.
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