Take a look at the world’s most massive blade.
According to research done on this sword, it was initially produced in 1447. The most incredible part, though, is that it was constructed in a single piece. The Kibitsu Shrine now owns the sword, which was reportedly completely coated in dust when it was unearthed.
It has now been cleaned and restored extensively.
This colossal blade (called “niohnto” in Japanese) weighs 31 pounds and is 148 inches in length. The fourteenth century was the first time it was utilized. Who, on the other hand, could have held such a big sword?
Consider how magnificent it would have been if a big samurai wielded this sword. According to mythology, if you manage to ‘eradicate’ a massive samurai, you must preserve the samurai’s sword as evidence.
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