Japanese Swords, Sai, Armor, Weapons and more
The Japanese culture is heavily imbued with the sword (daisho). Early weapons included bows, arrows and swords. The early Samurai emphasized fighting with the bow and arrow. They used swords for close fighting and beheading their enemies. The Samurai slowly changed from fighting on horseback to fighting on foot. Legend says that the gifted sword maker Amakuni developed the classically styled Japanese sword. The Samurai wore the long sword (daito - katana), which was more than 24 inches, and the short sword (shoto - wakizashi) was between 12 and 24 inches. The Samurai's desire for tougher, sharper swords for battle gave rise to the curved blade we still have today. Miyamoto Musashi, Tsunemoto and Yamamoto are still regarded as kensai (sword saints) in Japanese folklore. In 1877 Emperor Meiji disbanded the Samurai.
This katana is forged for the beginner in a classic dragon samurai theme. The samurai warrior is depicted on the cast metal tsuba and kashira. The tsuka is wrapped in a cotton ito over a traditional and genuine rayskin to prevent slippage. The tsuka or handle has been double pegg....
This is an aesthetically beautiful damascus steel hand forged katana that will surely be noticed in your collection.Stock: IN STOCK
The Last Samurai Katana is 41" overall with a sharpened 27" 440 stainless steel blade.Stock: IN STOCK
This full size samurai sword set offers an exceptional value to add a Japanese flair to your homes decor.Stock: IN STOCK
By: Paul Chen - Hanwei
The Practical Iaito Katana provides an economical yet authentic sword for the Iaido practitioner.Stock: IN STOCK
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