Scratched into the right handle scale, some scattered nicking and spot darkening to the handle scales, some patina to the handle scale screws, and with some scattered age wear evident (ALL pictured). Otherwise, the bayonet is in fine shape, with no other damage. Most interestingly, it features a 15 1/8" blunt edge fullered straight back blade that was factory left "in the white, boasts the classic early war hooked quillon, and is correctly unmarked as to its maker. It sports tough brown hardwood handle scales secured by two metal screws, the left of which is deeply stamped with the number "120" in large font, bears a fully functional "locking lug" attachment at the pommel, and is complete with the original Imperial Japanese Army WW2 Type 30 Arisaka Training Scabbard in good condition, with some light cracking at the inner right side edge of the throat, the frog post at the front throat having been factory affixed at a bit of an angle, some overall denting, finish abrading, pitting, and patina, and with some overall age wear evident (ALL pictured).Otherwise, the scabbard is in fine shape, with no other damage to the tough lightweight steel construction. Most interestingly, it exhibits somewhat more crude craftsmanship than the contemporary combat versions, which is most notable on the frog post at the front throat and the "ball" end tip, and the set is a fine example of a rare, original Imperial Japanese Army WW2 HOOKED QUILLON TYPE 30 ARISAKA TRAINING BAYONET. We have shown a photo of Japanese troops wading ashore on Guadalcanal; a similar hooked quillon bayonet is mounted on the Arisaka in the foreground.