Original Japanese Sodegarami made in the year 1803.

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Original Japanese Sodegarami made in the year 1803.

With some battlefield damage.
The sodegarami is a type of man catcher.
With multiple barbed heads facing forwards and backwards.
The pole is sturdy hardwood with sharp metal barbs or spines attached to metal strips,
on one end to keep the person being captured from grabbing the pole.
The opposite end of the pole has a metal cap or ishizuki, like those found on naginata and other pole weapons.
The sodegarami, tsukubō (push pole), and sasumata (spear fork) comprise the torimono sandōgu
(three implements of arresting) used by samurai police to capture suspected criminals uninjured.
The sodegarami was used to entangle the sleeves and clothing of an individual who could then be more easily disarmed or dealt with.
This Sodegarami is quite short and has some damage, take a good look at the photos
great for restoration or decoration piece
Length is 141 cm.
weight is 1019 grams.

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