Traditional bamboo-laminated Bow Hankyu. Stylization of Japanese hankyu bow. This is asymmetrical bow, the grip (nigiri) has to be positioned at about two thirds of the distance from the upper tip. Bow has leather grip and rattan winding. There are special thickening pads at the bow ends.
Materials: ash wood + bamboo.
The full length of the bow 59″
Draw weight: 18-45#, measured at 28″ draw length
Max. draw length: 27″-31″ depends on the draw weight:
for 18-22# draw weight – 31″ draw length
for 23-29# draw weight – 30″ draw length
for 30-35# draw weight – 29″ draw length
for 36-40# draw weight – 28″ draw length
for 41-45# draw weight – 27″ draw length
You can specify draw weight of the bow and other details after the order is placed.
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Excellent Bow very pleased with the crafted finish. Just received the bow and shot European style but will try the Japanese style soon. Very good service all round.
Received 59" hankyuu (35# @ 28) mid-May and it's awesome. The bow is well built and sturdy. Communication from Ms. Kateryna was impeccable and she kept me up-to-date of the order. Shipping was really fast too! I got the parcel within a week from Ukraine to Hawaii! It's fun learning from this bow and highly recommended if you're looking for quality starter bamboo Japanese asymmetrical bow for a good price. Cheers!
Excelent quality! Profesional service of the staff. The bow its a nice art work. Details nice care. Im really satisfied with the product.
I have recently purchased and have begun using a Hankyu. I am Bugeisha and am having to give up my fighting training due to age and injuries which are making themselves more apparent in my daily life. So, I am exploring both Korean and Japanese archery and have a Korean bow as well as the Hankyu. I got my hankyu from Sarmat Archery and I appreciate the assistance that I received from Kateryna when I emailed them. She's a very nice lady and incredibly helpful.I'd like to say that it's an amazing bow. I have, in my arsenal along with my other training weapons, a Korean bow and 2 Hungarian leather covered recurve horse bows in addition to the Hankyu. Honestly, I really thoroughly enjoy the way the Hankyu looks and feels in the hand. I highly recommend this bow and the videos created on youtube by Mr. Armin Hirmer (https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=armin+hirmer+hankyu). These bows are true works of art. They are simple, elegant, and pretty.*Do keep in mind that these pieces of creative work take a few weeks as they are coming from the Ukraine. Be patient. It's very much worth the wait.I only wish I had a Kyudoka in my area to guide my study. Being Yudansha only makes me more aware of what I am missing, probably do not realize am doing incorrectly in my form, and oh so aware of what I do not know. Living in El Paso, TX has its benefits of multicultural exposure but it also has its limits in that, for things which are not here, the travel time to anyone for guidance/instruction is monstrously long by car/bus/horse or expensive by air. Any suggestions are welcome... email@example.com
I received a second hand "hankyū" of yours, which unfortunately was only a 24# one. I'll make a YouTube review as soon as I can!As soon as I have enough money to buy a 40# one, I'll order one and make a review on that one too, but that might take a while.Shooting the 24#: I cannot confirm the issues with the rectangular grip. The bow shoots quite well, but still has quite an impact, even with the low draw weight.The entire bow is very light, yet quite strong. The attachment points of the string are safe and well done.The leather grip is comfortable and allows the forward spinning motion of the string release quite well.The string is nicely done and of good quality.Overall experience: a very nice bow! I can only recommend it, and so I did! I know that some people already confirmed they will take my advice and order your equipment!Kudos!!!