|measurement from the center of your neck to the tips of your left finger.
|length of the arrow. We recommend beginners to add 10cm to their yadzuka to get their yajaku.
|fletching, or feathers, of an arrow
|tip, or point, of the arrow
|nock of the arrow
|the purple trim on the wrist portion of the yugake.
Sanbun Heri is the partial trim that starts at the base of the middle finger and extends just past the curve.
See the Koto yugake picture for a sample.
Shichibun Heri is the full trim that starts at the base of the middle finger and extends all the way around the lower edge of the yugake.
|decoration on the yugake, specifically the purple outline around the base of the thumb and decorative purple stitching across the width of the thumb.
|target form (bamboo portion that makes the shape of the mato)
|straw bale used for shooting practice in small spaces