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High Quality Japanese Samurai Katana Clay Tempered Choji Hamon Blade Sword Ray Skin Saya

L0973
Our factory has used only traditional method for japanese sword making, each blade is individual hand forged, heat treated, tempered and polished by skilled hands creating a true battle ready and perfect sword which is studied not only for its elegant lin
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$560.00
  • Sharpening:
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    Hand Sharpened
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Sword specifications:
Steel : t10 high carbon steel with clay tempered and water quenched blade
Overall Length: 40.5 inch/104 cm
Nagasa : 27.8 inch/70.5 cm
Tsuka : 10.6 inch/27 cm
Motohaba(width near habaki) :  3.15cm
Sakihaba(width near yokote) :  2.3cm
Hamon : “Midare” Style
Blade Shape: SHINOGUI-ZUKURI
Kissaki Shape: CHU-KISSAKI
Hardness: 60HRC
Tsuka Ito : real ray skin covering and Leather wrap
Same : real ray skin
Tsuba : high quality brass
Saya : Hard wood + Ray Skin
Sageo : japanese silk wrap
Mekugi : Nr. 2 in bamboo
Weight : 1.65kg

.Hand forged and t10 high carbon
.Clay tempered and water quenched blade(60HRC)
.Hand polished with excellent hada
.Hand sharpened samurai sword
.Fully funcitional "battle ready" samurai sword
.All its parts can be disassembled and reassembled like a real katana
.High level Katana perfect for expert and demanding practitioners
.Elegant and practical Koshirae suitable for Iaido and Kenjutsu practice

Overall Length: 40.5 inch/104 cm
 Nagasa : 27.8 inch/70.5 cm
 Tsuka : 10.6 inch/27 cm
 Motohaba(width near habaki) :  3.15cm
 Sakihaba(width near yokote) :  2.3cm

Average rating: 5.0 based on 2 reviews
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