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  • Anthony J. Bryant
    Feb 3, 2002
      Ii Saburou wrote:

      > On Sun, 3 Feb 2002, Anthony J. Bryant wrote:
      > > > Makes sense. Is it attached to the belt (is it an obi that you see around
      > > > the armor, that the sword is hung from/stuck through?)?
      > >
      > > There are actually several sets of cords going around the body. One is the
      > > tachiobi (which holds the sword). One is the koshikawa, which is the waist
      > > cord for the ebira (quiver). (The tsurumaki actually hangs off this.) Another
      > > is the uwaobi, which kind of holds everything together. In older armours,
      > > this was a large, cord like thingie, while in the sengoku period it was a
      > > real cloth sash.
      > So, do all three exist in the later armours as well? I've just been using
      > one, lately. I may have to change that.

      Fraid so. Of course, you only need a tachi obi if you're wearing a tachi. The
      tachi comes with one, so it's all part of one thing. You only have a koshikawa
      when you're wearing a quiver, obviously. The one you *do* need is the uwa obi,
      which can be a squire's belt or just a big muckin' sash.

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