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It is very possible that this was the iron used for manufacturing the ancient double-edged swords (tsurugi) and halberds of the Yamato, a hypothesis strengthened by the fact that the sword of Susanoo was called Orochi no Kara-suki, Kara being a Japanese name for Korea.
No that's just you being slow. tsurugi either comes out as soon as possible before the apex of the jump and completes before landing, or you do it at some point in the arc but not too close to the ground. if its not coming out until you land and then the input is turned into a karakusa then you're hitting kick when you land. which means you're simply doing the input too slow.
Ryukyu shogi tsuba Ryukyuan shogoin turnip tsubo sabi shogun Tsuga sakai, adj. shogunate tsugaresinol sakaki shoji tsunami sake shomio tsurugi sakura Showa tsutsugamushi samisen shoya disease samsien shoyu tsutsugamushi mite samurai shubunkin tsutsumu san Shuha, adj. tycoon Sanda ware sika udo sanpaku, adj.
"including how terry tsurugi keeps basically raping all the female victims in the movie and sells one of them into hong kong prostitution. mmmmm, misogy-licious."