"Dad, this a real sword?" "Of course, it is a duel after all."
I've finally got the knack of kendo.
Kamui no Ken was a sort of samurai/ninja story set during the transition of the fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate and the re-establishment of Japan under the Emperor Meiji in 1868.
A longsword sheathed in an intricately engraved scabbard.
Take it seriously! The school festival won't wait for us. We're already in the final countdown.
Oh my. However much it's just a P.E. class; if you don't face it in real earnest, then when it comes to a real fight it won't do you any good.
The soldiers were marching with their swords shining.
She always has a serious look on her face.
He let go of her hands and his voice grew serious.
You need not have worried about her so seriously.
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