What is the sharpest samurai sword?

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The sharpest samurai sword is the Katana. The Katana is thought to be the sharpest weapon in the world. The Katana has a single edge, and the curved blade can range from 28' to 36' in length. These weapons are forged from the highest quality of steel in Japan, which offers strength, sturdiness, and flexibility. Their popular era was from the 12th to 19th century when the samurais were the warriors in Japan, and katana were more often used for duels and demonstrations than in actual battle.
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