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Miscellaneous Myths: Kusanagi No Tsurugi

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Video description
Quick! What's your favorite magic sword? Personally I like Stormbringer, but it's kind of a jerk. My historically-precedented fave is definitely Grasscutter (formally Kusanagi-No-Tsurugi), though, and that's what we're talking about today!

This video also contains a brief look at Susanoo-No-Mikoto, the storm god, when he battles the eight-headed snake Orochi and beats it through strategic use of booze. That one was too short for its own video, so here we are.

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