By: Paul Chen - Hanwei
The Practical Shinobi Ninja-to, whose construction patterns closely that of the Practical Katana, is a wonderful addition for those studying the Way of the Ninja. The blade is made of hand-forged high-carbon steel and is differentially tempered using a traditional claying method. All the fittings (koshirae) are done in antiqued black iron. The ornate tsuba displays the kuji-kiri (energy-channeling hand positions) employed by the mystical ninja. The tsuka is wrapped in a synthetic ray skin and the tsuka -ito is done in imitation black leather. The saya has a black finish with demon-head bindings for the black Japanese cotton sageo and an intricate kojiri on the end of the saya. A sword no practitioner of Ninjutsu should be without.
5/5 average from 24 reviews
Rated by people who own this product
"I think is very good. " -Michael (5/5)
"Very durable. It passed all of my rigorous testing, Still has no chips or folds. Awesome for the price." -Dylan (5/5)
"Excellent blade, fittings moderate quality at best. Overall, very happy for the price." -Colin (5/5)
"Nice Looking but thought it would be sharper then it came as." -Daryl (2/5)
"Very nice sword, i'm looking forward to buy a more expensive one!" -Benoit (5/5)
"everything about this sword is great. however, my sword arrived and it extremely tight in the saya. when i did get the blade out the habaki was stained a bit. Not sure if this was a shipping adhesive that did it. Not really a huge issue though" -Jim (4/5)
Reliks Response - The residue from the packing oil can sometimes discolor the brass a little bit. Most common metal cleaners should take that out easily.
This site is based in London,Ontario Canada
© 2000-2017 RELIKS Inc.