They have this thing called scythe. Just like the one that bony guy uses:
It looks badass & is wickedly sharp:
They customized a little handle there for ease of use.
See this 30-sec power right here:
Scything non-stop on slopes:
Many say this ancient tool was invented 2500 years old. It came to Europe for around 800 years. Austrian, Belgium, Romanian villages are known for their superb scythes. They mowed the lawns around churches or on their farms back in the days.
The Japanese also have something called the grass sickle. Some believe they stole this invention from Korea during their invasion. It's a shorter-handled version of a scythe. The drawback is you have to bend over every time you mow.
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