A Japanese traditional oil (made from cloves) that is applied on the blade of the Shinken (Japanese swords) and whiped off with the Nuguigami. The Choji abura prevents the blade from rusting.
As Iaito are made of Zinc/Aluminium alloy, it does not require oil maintenance but may help to nourish the wooden Saya from the inside when applied regularly. This traditional oil is available in two sizes (M and L) and is labeled with the Kanji for "Sword Oil".
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