I think what I found most interesting about this video wasn’t so much what was in the video but what Etsuji Katayama-san wrote in the comments to the video.
It’s a wonderful movie.
I started learning Tenkara at my school (or I am self taught) and I am still studying for 40 years.
Always something new to learn. If you’re paying attention.
At the beginning of the video, when you see a close up of his Daiwa Expert LL 360 rod, just above the grip, on the rod barrel, is a bit of velcro or other material, which I think he uses to stick the kebari in. I’m not sure what it is. I can real Japanese more than I can understand spoken Japanese. I’m unsure what he says when he describes it. A good idea. I cringe when I see pictures of people sticking there kebari into the cork or foam grip.
Also in the おまけ, omake, Bonus - section of the video.
He fires a few rounds from a small revolver. He fires it with his left hand, but he cast with his right hand. Seems strange. I’m not that ambidextrous.
テンカラを始めて２年目で気づいたこと① For TENKARA beginners
What I noticed in the second year after starting Tenkara ① For TENKARA beginners
What I noticed in the second year since I started Tenkara ② About casting