Blade Length: 27.7"
Handle Length: 10.5"
Steel: Folded Damasus Steel
Blade: heat tempered;oil quenched blade
Edge: Sharp, hand sharpened by Japanese whetstone
Hi(Blood groove): long Hi on each side;if want groove or not,tell us for free change
Tsuka(Handle): Genuine Rayskin wrapped with Japanese cotton Ito with Menuki (ornament);
Saya: Black lacquered wood
Tsuba: iron tsuba;
Condition: Brand new & can be fully disassembled and assembled;
Katana Cutting Video
Frequently Asked Questions
We can ship to United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia with no customs issues. Hand forged swords are perfectly fine to possess in these countries. We’ve shipped to each hundreds of times before.
The katanas are handmade by traditional methods, they have come full tang blade and functional edge for cutting practice.
Shipping usually takes around 12-18 days to most countries including United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia. In some cases bad weather and also the pre-Christmas rush can delay shipping around 1-2 weeks. We’ll provide a tracking number when your sword ships that you’ll be able to track.
The blade attains its sharp edge during the polishing process, with the final stages of fine stone polishing. Our swords are made with a traditional niku edge by default, meaning the cutting edge side of the blade is convex, slightly rounded for maximum durability. Traditionally, Japanese swords are made with niku so the samurai’s blade could retain it’s cutting edge even after cutting through his enemy’s bones and clashing against iron armor.
For the convenience of most customers that all prices are based on USD, However, it will exchange automatically when your payment.
Very impressed with the sword, beautiful to look at very sharp and quite heavy. I have a couple of swords but not to this quality, this is the real deal will definitely be buying another from this company, 10 out of 10
Perfect blade. Light in hand and just beautiful to look at. You guys make some excellent products.
It was a gift. They loved it.
I found the tsuka to be extremely well wrapped. I was happy with the design work on the tsuba. The sword itself is quite sharp,