Un saluto a tutti gli utenti del forum,è molto che non vi faccio nessuna domanda ma vi assicuro che leggo con assiduità questo incredibile forum,ho da porvi una domanda ,mi sono imbattuto in questo termine :" dōtanuki" ho cercato qualcosa su internet ed ho trovato questo- A dōtanuki is a Japanese swordmithing school. The word "dōtanuki" literally means "sword that cuts through torsos."
The "dōtanuki" (jap. 同田貫 or 胴田貫) is a very thick, long handled sword resembling a katana. The dōtanuki was made to slice through a target with just a single cut. "Dōtanuki" is the name of a Shintô period smithing school in Higo Province (Southern Japan). There were quite a few smiths who used the name dōtanuki, and their swords have a reputation for being very sturdy, having rather broad blades, and cutting well. However, Edo period sword testers seemed to have a different opinion, since dōtanuki blades are not found among the "Wazamono" listings. The artistic features of the dōtanuki swords are rather unremarkable, supposedly due to their lack of the laminated construction that most other Japanese swords have, and most books on nihonto don't even mention this school, or do so only in passing
Mi potete spiegare la differenza di questa lama da una "convenzionale".Grazie