Ninjato

The Ninjato is the most common name for the sword that the ninja of feudal Japan are portrayed as having carried. The Ninjato is typically depicted as being a short sword, often portrayed as having a straight blade with a square guard. Suffering from a lack of excavated relics or surviving antiques the description relies on written testimony which contrasts it against the katana as 'shorter and straighter than usual' - most likely for the ease and convenience of stealth operations. Experts speculate the shorter blade made it easier for stabbing, as opposed to slicing. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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Ninjato - Black (silver blade print)
The Ninjato is the most common name for the sword that the ninja of feudal Japan are portrayed as having carried. The Ninjato is typically depicted as being a short sword, often portrayed as having a straight blade with a square guard. Suffering from a lack of excavated relics or surviving antiques the description relies on written testimony which contrasts it against the katana as 'shorter and straighter than usual' - most likely for the ease and convenience of stealth operations. Experts speculate the shorter blade made it easier for stabbing, as opposed to slicing. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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Ninjato - Carbon
The Ninjato is the most common name for the sword that the ninja of feudal Japan are portrayed as having carried. The Ninjato is typically depicted as being a short sword, often portrayed as having a straight blade with a square guard. Suffering from a lack of excavated relics or surviving antiques the description relies on written testimony which contrasts it against the katana as 'shorter and straighter than usual' - most likely for the ease and convenience of stealth operations. Experts speculate the shorter blade made it easier for stabbing, as opposed to slicing. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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Ninjato - Gold
The Ninjato is the most common name for the sword that the ninja of feudal Japan are portrayed as having carried. The Ninjato is typically depicted as being a short sword, often portrayed as having a straight blade with a square guard. Suffering from a lack of excavated relics or surviving antiques the description relies on written testimony which contrasts it against the katana as 'shorter and straighter than usual' - most likely for the ease and convenience of stealth operations. Experts speculate the shorter blade made it easier for stabbing, as opposed to slicing. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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Ninjato - Silver
The Ninjato is the most common name for the sword that the ninja of feudal Japan are portrayed as having carried. The Ninjato is typically depicted as being a short sword, often portrayed as having a straight blade with a square guard. Suffering from a lack of excavated relics or surviving antiques the description relies on written testimony which contrasts it against the katana as 'shorter and straighter than usual' - most likely for the ease and convenience of stealth operations. Experts speculate the shorter blade made it easier for stabbing, as opposed to slicing. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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Ninjato - Steel
The Ninjato is the most common name for the sword that the ninja of feudal Japan are portrayed as having carried. The Ninjato is typically depicted as being a short sword, often portrayed as having a straight blade with a square guard. Suffering from a lack of excavated relics or surviving antiques the description relies on written testimony which contrasts it against the katana as 'shorter and straighter than usual' - most likely for the ease and convenience of stealth operations. Experts speculate the shorter blade made it easier for stabbing, as opposed to slicing. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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