Tameshigiri Cutting Mat // 10 Pieces
In ancient Japan, only the most skilled Kenshi had the honor to test katana. In the modern practice of tameshigiri, the targets most often used are the goza or tatami “omote” rush mat. To be able to cut consecutive times on one target, or to cut multiple targets while moving, requires a very skilled swordsman.
Once you have the foundations nothing can be more satisfying than testing your skills with tameshigiri. But to practice without proper training and knowledge is reckless and could endanger yourself and others around you. One must learn the essential techniques and principles of how to use a katana before actually trying tameshigiri.
37.5"L x 6"W x 4"H
— Warranty: Manufacturer's 30 Day
— Includes 10 Cutting Mats
Please Note: Make sure you soak the mats in water for three to five hours and dry overnight before you start cutting. Always be aware of your surroundings and use extreme caution when cutting. Improper care can result in serious injuries or death.
You will need to soak it in water overnight. Then ideally place it on a cutting stand upright. Please do not try cutting without proper experience as improper use of a katana can lead to serious injuries or death.
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