kiseru

See tabako-ire.

Kiseru

Typically the mouth piece and bowl are made from metal, with a tubular shaft of wood or bamboo stretching in between. The bowl is much smaller than that of western-style pipes. Because each kiseru is basically a rod with metal ends, extremely long kiseru could be carried as weapons, especially by the gangster-like kabukimono samurai of Edo period ...
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Kiseru

Long handled wooden pipe popular among samurai in the late 16th Century after the introduction of tobacco to Japan.
Found on http://www.samurai-archives.com/vocab.html
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