Handmade Folded Steel Japanese Katana Samurai Sword Razor Sharp Full Tang Blade
-The Blade Of The Sword Has Been Hand Forged Using The Ancient Method Of Sword Making . Full Hand Forged And Full Hand Polished.
-This blade is made of folded 1075 steel and has folded 11 times to create the 2048 layers to increase the flexibility and hardness of the blade and a distinct texture is left on the blade as a result of the repeated folding during the process. The visible tenuous undulating grain on the blade was resulted from folded repeatedly during forging.
-This blade comes with a full length Tang which greatly enhances the strength of the sword. this sword is strong enough to Cut through a thick bamboo tree with a single strike yet sharp enough to slice paper.
-This Blade Has A Full Length Tang Which Greatly Enhances The Strength Of The Sword. The Blade Has The Shinogi-Zukuri Shape And With Chu-Kissaki,It Is Well Defined With The Hamon Going All The Way Through The Boshi.
-Koshirae: The Tsuba (Guard), Fuchi (Sleeve) And Kashira (Buttcap) Of The Sword Made Of High Quality Iron.The brass Habaki (Blade Collar) Is A One Piece Construction. Two brass Seppas (Spacer) Secure The Tsuba.
-Tsuka: The Tsuka (Handle) Core Is Wooden And It Is Tightly Wrapped Over Genuine Ray Skin (Samegawa) With Black Leather Ito Wrapped.The Full Tang Of The Sword Is Secured By Two Mekugi (Peg) . You Can Unassembled The Blade From The Handle By Taking Out 2 Pegs.
-Saya: The Saya (Sheath) Made Of Real Hard Wooden With Lacquer Work Finished . A High Quality japanese Sage-O Has Been Tied Around The Kurigata (Knob) Of The Sheath.
Blade Material: Folded Steel
Overall Length: 40.9 Inch /104 Cm
Nagasa Length: 28.0inch/71cm
Handle Length: 10.6 Inch / 27 Cm
Blade Shape: Shinogi-Zukuri
Blade Edge: Hand Polished Be Razor Sharp
Handle Material: Genuine Ray Skin + Hard Wooden
Blade Width (Near Kissaki): 0.91inch / 2.3cm
Width (Near Habaki): 1.26 Inch / 3.2Cm
tsuba Material: High Quality Iron
Saya Material: Hard Wooden With Lacquer Work Finished
Kissaki Shape: Chu-kissaki