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Old 11-07-2019, 03:05 PM   #1
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Bought with a number of other bits this week, lad wanted me to belive it was a cloth carry cover for a blade but i wasnt having it, still ended up with it so was wondering if anyone had a clue on what it might have been used for
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Old 11-07-2019, 03:44 PM   #2
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Looks like an old golf club bag to me. I see them all the time in Japan; designed to carry a wood. Lots of people practice at the driving range during off- times.

Similar to below, but I’ve seen smaller:
https://www.amazon.com/Wellzher-Unis...-571555979038#
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Looks like an old golf club bag to me. I see them all the time in Japan; designed to carry a wood. Lots of people practice at the driving range during off- times.


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HaThat thought had struck me as well Guy, sword bag
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Please forgive my ignorance, but do the Japanese still mark their products with the sakura? My head lives in the WWII era so much, I automatically assumed this was from the war when I saw them on the bottom.
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Please forgive my ignorance, but do the Japanese still mark their products with the sakura? My head lives in the WWII era so much, I automatically assumed this was from the war when I saw them on the bottom.

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The cherry blossom is still a popular symbol in Japan. Google Image.


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Old 11-08-2019, 02:46 PM   #6
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The cherry blossom is still a popular symbol in Japan. Google Image.


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Thanks Guy! Makes sense, of course. Sadly, most of what I know of Japanese culture stops about 1950!
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The cherry blossom is still a popular symbol in Japan. Google Image.


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Agreed, especially here in Yokosuka. There is almost not a shop or such that doesn't have the Cherry blossom. Of course, their SDF uses it still, so it's not too surprising!
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