Here's a neat old Arisaka for you- the type 30 Arisaka in 6.5Japanese, aka the hook safety rifle.
This was the precursor to the Type 38. The difference on these guns is the crazy bolt, something simplified by Gen. Nambu on the T38 once he started overseeing rifle production. It consists of something like 9 pieces in total, with both the extractor and ejector built onto the bolt head.
Based on total production, I think this Arisaka was made in 1902 at the Tokyo Koishikawa plant. You can see where the mum was voided, this gun was removed from Japanese service and, based on the gizmo on the trigger guard that blocks the mag release, was sold to Russia as aid around the start of ww1. That piece was not originally on Japanese guns, but was added by the Russians to prevent gloved hands from accidentally dumping the mag.
The Type 30 did not last long in Japanese service, only about 9 years and was obsolete once the T38 was introduced. But these guns served in multiple conflicts like the Russo-Jap war and WW1, and in multiple nations including England, Hungary, Russia, Austria and of course Japan. They're stout rifles with a rich history, quite fun to shoot, and still inexpensive in today's market. Go get ya some!