Heyo Minna!~ Today I sent a post about Hitsuka with her cousin, Hana Hyuga. 😂😂😂 -
#Q :" Are they looks so cuteee?" 😻😻
Hana is a cousin of her father's family. Hitsuka's father, Hataka Hyuga and Hana's father, Daichi Hyuga, were cousins as well because their father was a brother. But because Hataka's parents died when he was 8 years old, so he lived with Daichi's family.
So they have a child who becomes a close cousin. Hitsuka and Hana started meeting when they were 2 years old. From that time on they were very often playing together and practicing together. Especially after Hitsuka's parents died, Hitsuka lived with his grandfather and family Hana.
Hope you like it ♡
Hitsuka belongs to Me
Hana belongs to @kaminari_shiori -
@kaminari_shiroi , you can repost it if you want
But I'm sorry, i'm not answer your message because i can't talking in dm for now, but maybe tonight i can talking with you again...
I hope you not angry :')
~Sorry for my bad english~
Okay, so today I cutt of the endings and sealed them (by burning them, paracord seals well like that), and then I held it into the steam of cooking water and occasionally drizzled a spoonful of hot water over it, making sure every part of the grip got drenched.
It's not the water, but rather the heat that makes paracord shrink. A little experiment with my lighter and a 9cm leftover piece of paracord shrank it down to 8cm. So I could be sure that itvs not fake material and that my heat treatement would have an effect on the wrapped grip.
After the heat treatement, moving the wrapping was a lot more difficult. Before, I had had some trouble with the center knot, and could still twist it around the grip because I didn't really succeed in tightening the knot properly.
After the heat treatement, moving the center knot feels impossible.
I am now pretty sure that this grip will hold in my training. whether it feels comfortable is another question. If I decide to keep it on, I will buy some beeswax next week and try to wax it to give the grip a better feel.
Even though the knots are not perfect, I am pretty happy with the results, and hope it fulfills its purpose of not slipping around in my hands when I train with it.
Used 11m of 3mm diameter #paracord to #wrap this #grip of my #bokuto (or #bokken ).
I am practising #kenjutsu with it.