Japanese Hand Forged White Katana 1060 Carbon Steel
Approximate Size: Overall Length 102 (cm)
Blade Length 72 (cm)
Handle Length 27 (cm)
Weight: 1.31 Kg
Material: Hardwood Saya & AISI Acero de Carbono 1060 Simple
Hoja: Completamente Afilada
Condición: Totalmente Nueva
Features of this White Katana
Blade: Hand forged with High Carbon Steel 1060
Ranura de Sangre: De Ambos Lados
Blade Edge: Sharp
Material de Habaki (Collar de Hoja) y Seppa (Espaciador): Latón
Tsuba (Hand Guard): Japanese crest Tsuba
Fuchi (Handle Collar) and Kashira (Handle Buttcap): matching fuchi kashira
Tsuka (Handle): authentic black ray skin with ornament menuki
Espiga (o Tang): Espiga Completa con 2 Clavijas Mekugi
Saya (scabbard): gloss white hardwood lacquered saya
Esta Katana personalizada was hand forged and crafted authentically in all aspects of its creation. All the fittings and parts are genuine material. The blade has great balance. It is completely functional and can be completely disassembled for full maintenance.
Hoja: The blade of the sword has been hand made with High Carbon Steel. The Carbon has been hammered throughout the blade so that it has a universal hardness throughout the entire blade. A bloodline has been added to the top of the blades to decrease the weight of the blades and give audible feedback when swung. The blade also features a kissake and a thin edge already sharpened. The sword is full tang, fully functional, and sharp. It can be used for drills, practice and cutting tests.
Saya (Vaina): The Saya has been constructed from hardwood with a white lacquered finish. A white silk Sageo has been tied around the bright copper Kurigata.
Tsuba (guardamano): The Habaki is a one piece brass construction over a brass Seppa. The Tsuba has been constructed of metal with a Japanese crest design. An additional Seppa rests behind the Tsuba to secure the tang of the sword in the Tsuka.
Tsuka (empuñadura): The Tsuka core is wooden with real black ray skin samegawa wrapped over the wood. A white silk Ito has been wrapped over the black Samegawa. Two bamboo Mekugi secure the tang in the Tsuka. The Menuki, Fuchi and Kashira are all made from metal and match the design of the Tsuba.