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Tenkara

Tenkara is a traditional style of fly fishing that originated in Japan. It is known for its simplicity and elegance, as it typically involves only a rod, line, and fly, without the use of a reel. This minimalist approach allows for a more intuitive and immersive fishing experience, and can be particularly effective in small, clear streams.

One of the unique aspects of tenkara is its focus on the use of fixed-line fishing, which allows for more precise control of the fly and a more delicate presentation to the fish. This can make tenkara particularly effective for catching smaller fish, and it allows anglers to focus on the art and skill of fly fishing rather than the mechanics of the equipment.


Additionally, the compact and lightweight nature of tenkara gear makes it easy to carry and transport, making it well-suited for backcountry or wilderness fishing. This, combined with its minimalist approach, has made tenkara a popular choice among outdoor enthusiasts and those looking for a more meditative and Zen-like fishing experience.

Tenkara: 概要
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The more you know, the less you need

TENKARA:

Japanese fly fishing rod without a reel

Tenkara: ようこそ!

The “SAO”

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Tenkara: 画像
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