T10 Clay Tempered Ninja Tanto With Copper Tsuba
Hoja: T10 Steel (clay tempered)
Ranura de Sangre: en ambos lados
Filo de Hoja: Completamente Afilado
Material de Habaki (Collar de Hoja) y Seppa (Espaciador): Latón
Tsuba (Guardamano): copper tsuba
Fuchi (Collar de Empuñadura) y Kashira (Base de Empuñadura): Aleación de Metal
Tsuka (Mango): Piel de Raya Roja con Menukis Decorativos
Espiga (o Tang): Espiga Completa con 2 Clavijas Mekugi
Saya (Vaina): Saya de Palisandro
Largo de Hoja: 31 cm
Largo de Empuñadura: 16 cm
Peso Aproximado: 0.82 kg
Ancho de Hoja: 3.2cm
Grosor de Hoja: 0.75cm
The Tanto first made its appearance around the 8th century during the Heian Period. These first Tantos were almost always used as functional weapons and as a result did not have much have much artistic quality. Another result of their functional use was that not many survived from this period. It was during this time, and the years up until the 16th century, that the Tanto was worn with the Tachi as the Daisho of the Samurai. Women would also sometimes wear a smaller version of the Tanto in their Obi for self defence. All the fittings and materials used in the Tantos construction are genuine materials. The Tanto is full tang and comes sharp. It is suitable for tamashigiri (target cutting).
The blade of the sword has been constructed from differentially hardened T10 with a nami hamon. The kissaki is a medium length chu style. The entire tanto has been authentically forged with meticulous attention to detail. All the fittings and materials used in the Tantos construction are genuine materials. The Tanto is full tang and comes sharpened.
The saya has been constructed from high quality rosewood in natural finish. The kurigata is polished rosewood with black sageo. The koiguchi is a black protective ring that prevents the saya from cracking.
Blade is fully functional and capable of target cutting.
- Handmade T10 Steel Blade (Clay Tempered).
- The blade comes full tang and sharp.
- Saya: The saya is rosewood with hand crafted fittings and red samekawa ray skin.
- Tsuka: The habaki is brass and handle is hard wooden wrapped in black.