Custom Shirasaya

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  • The Shirasaya can be done in several different sizes and styles,

    Choose from the options below, what kind of blade you want your Shirasaya to hold:

    • Shirasaya Katana - 72 cm Blade and 25cm Handle.
    • Shirasaya Wakizashi - 50 cm Blade and 22cm Handle.
    • Shirasaya Tanto - 31 cm Blade and 15cm Handle.

    Above you can find the measurements of your Shirasaya size selection, we use our standard size on all custom swords, unless you want also the size to be customized, there is additional payment of $90 for custom size and it takes longer to make than usual.

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom blade length you want in centimeters: 

    *Please note that the blade length you will choose includes the Habaki

    Blade Length: (Centimeters):

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom blade length you want in centimeters: 

    *Please note that the blade length you will choose includes the Habaki

    Blade Length: (Centimeters):

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom blade length you want in centimeters: 

    *Please note that the blade length you will choose includes the Habaki

    Blade Length: (Centimeters):

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom handle length you want in centimeters: 

    Handle Length: (Centimeters):

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom handle length you want in centimeters: 

    Handle Length: (Centimeters):

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom handle length you want in centimeters: 

    Handle Length: (Centimeters):

    Do you want your sword to have traditional curved blade, or do you want to make your Shirasaya sword with a straight blade, Ninjato style?

    • Samurai Style
    • Ninja Style

    Choose the steel that will be used for your Custom Shirasaya, visit our steel comparison page to learn more about the different steel types.

    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon content.
    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • 1095 Carbon steel is very hard and tough and contains 0.95% carbon, the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade. (It's Highly recommended to add clay tempering to the 1095 steel)
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic hamon line that you can choose.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature an authentic Hamon line
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 Multi-Refined Folded Clay Tempered Steel, T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistant for scratches and going through the differential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • Tamahagane Steel is the traditional steel used to make Nihonto, referred to as the jewel steel, the Tamahagane contains high carbon content is both aesthetically beautiful and fully functional, tough and durable. Production time is about 2-4 Months.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.

    Choose the steel that will be used for your Custom Shirasaya, visit our steel comparison page to learn more about the different steel types.

    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon content.
    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • 1095 Carbon steel is very hard and tough and contains 0.95% carbon, the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade. (It's Highly recommended to add clay tempering to the 1095 steel)
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic hamon line that you can choose.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature an authentic Hamon line
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 Multi-Refined Folded Clay Tempered Steel, T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistant for scratches and going through the differential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • Tamahagane Steel is the traditional steel used to make Nihonto, referred to as the jewel steel, the Tamahagane contains high carbon content is both aesthetically beautiful and fully functional, tough and durable. Production time is about 2-4 Months.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.

    Choose the steel that will be used for your Custom Shirasaya, visit our steel comparison page to learn more about the different steel types.

    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon content.
    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • 1095 Carbon steel is very hard and tough and contains 0.95% carbon, the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade. (It's Highly recommended to add clay tempering to the 1095 steel)
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic hamon line that you can choose.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature an authentic Hamon line
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 Multi-Refined Folded Clay Tempered Steel, T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistant for scratches and going through the differential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • Tamahagane Steel is the traditional steel used to make Nihonto, referred to as the jewel steel, the Tamahagane contains high carbon content is both aesthetically beautiful and fully functional, tough and durable. Production time is about 2-4 Months.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.

    The hamon is considered the blade pattern its the effect created by the hardening process

    • Choji Hamon
    • Straight Hamon
    • Round Hamon
    • Wave Hamon

    The hamon is considered the blade pattern its the effect created by the hardening process

    The Kissaki is the tip and pointy end of the Japanese sword that feature a ridge line.
    You can choose either traditional Kissaki or Kiriha Zukuri type.

    The Habaki is the blade collar, this wedge shaped metal helps the sword not fall off it's Saya.

    Choose the Saya (scabbard) and Handle set from the different  available options: (The Saya and Handle will be made especially for your blade)

    • a top quality and rare dense black hard timber that features a elegant and smoothly finish, usually found on high end handcrafted items or furniture
    • a Creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • Hexagon Shape Maple wood - Creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • Common hardwood with a coat of Matt Black
    • Redwood is used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Hexagon Shape Redwood - used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Quality natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • Quality Hexagon Shape Rosewood - natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • Common hardwood with a coat of Sparkle Black

    Choose the Saya (scabbard) and Handle set from the different  available options: (The Saya and Handle will be made especially for your blade)

    • a top quality and rare dense black hard timber that features a elegant and smoothly finish, usually found on high end handcrafted items or furniture
    • a creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • Hexagon Shape creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • a common hardwood with a coat of Matt Black
    • Redwood is used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Hexagon Shape Redwood - is used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Good quality natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • Hexagon Shape Rosewood - Good quality natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • a common hardwood with a coat of Sparkle Black

    Choose the Saya (scabbard) and Handle set from the different  available options: (The Saya and Handle will be made especially for your blade)

    • a top quality and rare dense black hard timber that features a elegant and smoothly finish, usually found on high end handcrafted items or furniture
    • a creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • Hexagon Shape creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • a common hardwood with a coat of matt black
    • Redwood is used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Hexagon Shape Redwood - used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Good quality natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • Hexagon Shape Rosewood - Good quality natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • a common hardwood with a coat of Sparkle Black

    In order to ensure the Shirasaya is well made and to help preserving wood and prevent splinters, we highly recommend choosing high end Brass or Buffalo horn fittings, (the set include 4 pieces to support the handle and saya from both ends. choose which type of fitting you prefer below:

    • buffalo horns are extrememly strong and long lasting. As change in temperture or moisture content in woods can happen. Adding buffalo horns to your shirasaya can help prevent your saya from spilting.
    • a metallic alloy that is made of copper and zinc. They help prevent your saya from spilting.

    Here you can enhance your sword to be something extraordinary, our enhancement includes: Blood grove, Hadori Polish, Sword Engraving, Carbon Electroplating

    If you wish us to sharpened your blade, please tell us whether sharpened or non sharpened:

    • The Blade will be extra sharpened by hand to achieve a very sharp edge. (this will compormise it's durability for the long term if intended for frequent test cutting)

    Choose if you want a Blood Groove on your sword

    Choose if you want Sword engraving, we can do the engraving in Chinese, Japanese or English. please enter the exact characters you want to appear in the engraving.

    If you wish us to engrave an image on your blade, please upload the file here.

    Choose if you want to make the blade of your Shirasaya in black and dark red or Purple:

    please choose if you want to make the blade of your Shirasaya in Gold, Blue or Black

    Choose if you want your katana to have the Hadori Polish (Enhanced Hamon).

    Here you can choose the accessories, which includes stands, sword box and sword bag.

    Choose which sword stand you wish to receive

    Choose a bag for your sword:

    • Cotton and Linen Fabric
    • Cotton and Linen Fabric
    • Linen Fabric
    • Linen Fabric
    • Cotton and Linen Fabric
    • Cotton
    • Cotton
    • Cotton
Custom Shirasaya
  • The Shirasaya can be done in several different sizes and styles,

    Choose from the options below, what kind of blade you want your Shirasaya to hold:

    • Shirasaya Katana - 72 cm Blade and 25cm Handle.
    • Shirasaya Wakizashi - 50 cm Blade and 22cm Handle.
    • Shirasaya Tanto - 31 cm Blade and 15cm Handle.

    Above you can find the measurements of your Shirasaya size selection, we use our standard size on all custom swords, unless you want also the size to be customized, there is additional payment of $90 for custom size and it takes longer to make than usual.

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom blade length you want in centimeters: 

    *Please note that the blade length you will choose includes the Habaki

    Blade Length: (Centimeters):

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom blade length you want in centimeters: 

    *Please note that the blade length you will choose includes the Habaki

    Blade Length: (Centimeters):

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom blade length you want in centimeters: 

    *Please note that the blade length you will choose includes the Habaki

    Blade Length: (Centimeters):

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom handle length you want in centimeters: 

    Handle Length: (Centimeters):

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom handle length you want in centimeters: 

    Handle Length: (Centimeters):

    Drag and move the bar to choose the custom handle length you want in centimeters: 

    Handle Length: (Centimeters):

    Do you want your sword to have traditional curved blade, or do you want to make your Shirasaya sword with a straight blade, Ninjato style?

    • Samurai Style
    • Ninja Style

    Choose the steel that will be used for your Custom Shirasaya, visit our steel comparison page to learn more about the different steel types.

    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon content.
    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • 1095 Carbon steel is very hard and tough and contains 0.95% carbon, the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade. (It's Highly recommended to add clay tempering to the 1095 steel)
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic hamon line that you can choose.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature an authentic Hamon line
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 Multi-Refined Folded Clay Tempered Steel, T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistant for scratches and going through the differential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • Tamahagane Steel is the traditional steel used to make Nihonto, referred to as the jewel steel, the Tamahagane contains high carbon content is both aesthetically beautiful and fully functional, tough and durable. Production time is about 2-4 Months.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.

    Choose the steel that will be used for your Custom Shirasaya, visit our steel comparison page to learn more about the different steel types.

    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon content.
    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • 1095 Carbon steel is very hard and tough and contains 0.95% carbon, the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade. (It's Highly recommended to add clay tempering to the 1095 steel)
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic hamon line that you can choose.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature an authentic Hamon line
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 Multi-Refined Folded Clay Tempered Steel, T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistant for scratches and going through the differential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • Tamahagane Steel is the traditional steel used to make Nihonto, referred to as the jewel steel, the Tamahagane contains high carbon content is both aesthetically beautiful and fully functional, tough and durable. Production time is about 2-4 Months.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.

    Choose the steel that will be used for your Custom Shirasaya, visit our steel comparison page to learn more about the different steel types.

    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon content.
    • 1060 Carbon is our most basic steel, it is heat treated and contains 0.60% carbon. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • 1095 Carbon steel is very hard and tough and contains 0.95% carbon, the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade. (It's Highly recommended to add clay tempering to the 1095 steel)
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic hamon line that you can choose.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature an authentic Hamon line
    • 1095 Clay tempered steel is going through diffrential hardening process which allows the blade to have a very hard edge while keeping the spine softer, making it more flexible. this steel feature an authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistent for scratches and going through the diffrential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • T10 Multi-Refined Folded Clay Tempered Steel, T10 is referred to as high speed steel and consists of 1% carbon content and tungsten, what makes this sword durable, resilient and tough. additionally it is has more resistant for scratches and going through the differential hardening process and feature authentic wave hamon line. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.
    • Tamahagane Steel is the traditional steel used to make Nihonto, referred to as the jewel steel, the Tamahagane contains high carbon content is both aesthetically beautiful and fully functional, tough and durable. Production time is about 2-4 Months.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles.
    • 9260 Spring steel is very durable and highly flexible, it can be bent, twist and revert back to it's original shape. it has high shock absorption and it's great for cutting advance targets like Bamboo poles. the steel is folded 13 times which creates beautiful Hada (grain pattern) on the blade.

    The hamon is considered the blade pattern its the effect created by the hardening process

    • Choji Hamon
    • Straight Hamon
    • Round Hamon
    • Wave Hamon

    The hamon is considered the blade pattern its the effect created by the hardening process

    The Kissaki is the tip and pointy end of the Japanese sword that feature a ridge line.
    You can choose either traditional Kissaki or Kiriha Zukuri type.

    The Habaki is the blade collar, this wedge shaped metal helps the sword not fall off it's Saya.

    Choose the Saya (scabbard) and Handle set from the different  available options: (The Saya and Handle will be made especially for your blade)

    • a top quality and rare dense black hard timber that features a elegant and smoothly finish, usually found on high end handcrafted items or furniture
    • a Creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • Hexagon Shape Maple wood - Creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • Common hardwood with a coat of Matt Black
    • Redwood is used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Hexagon Shape Redwood - used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Quality natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • Quality Hexagon Shape Rosewood - natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • Common hardwood with a coat of Sparkle Black

    Choose the Saya (scabbard) and Handle set from the different  available options: (The Saya and Handle will be made especially for your blade)

    • a top quality and rare dense black hard timber that features a elegant and smoothly finish, usually found on high end handcrafted items or furniture
    • a creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • Hexagon Shape creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • a common hardwood with a coat of Matt Black
    • Redwood is used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Hexagon Shape Redwood - is used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Good quality natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • Hexagon Shape Rosewood - Good quality natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • a common hardwood with a coat of Sparkle Black

    Choose the Saya (scabbard) and Handle set from the different  available options: (The Saya and Handle will be made especially for your blade)

    • a top quality and rare dense black hard timber that features a elegant and smoothly finish, usually found on high end handcrafted items or furniture
    • a creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • Hexagon Shape creamy white hardwood. One of the most common wood used for making shirasayas
    • a common hardwood with a coat of matt black
    • Redwood is used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Hexagon Shape Redwood - used mostly for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. It has a reddish tint to it
    • Good quality natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • Hexagon Shape Rosewood - Good quality natural color wood that has a nice and clear grains with beautiful patterns
    • a common hardwood with a coat of Sparkle Black

    In order to ensure the Shirasaya is well made and to help preserving wood and prevent splinters, we highly recommend choosing high end Brass or Buffalo horn fittings, (the set include 4 pieces to support the handle and saya from both ends. choose which type of fitting you prefer below:

    • buffalo horns are extrememly strong and long lasting. As change in temperture or moisture content in woods can happen. Adding buffalo horns to your shirasaya can help prevent your saya from spilting.
    • a metallic alloy that is made of copper and zinc. They help prevent your saya from spilting.

    Here you can enhance your sword to be something extraordinary, our enhancement includes: Blood grove, Hadori Polish, Sword Engraving, Carbon Electroplating

    If you wish us to sharpened your blade, please tell us whether sharpened or non sharpened:

    • The Blade will be extra sharpened by hand to achieve a very sharp edge. (this will compormise it's durability for the long term if intended for frequent test cutting)

    Choose if you want a Blood Groove on your sword

    Choose if you want Sword engraving, we can do the engraving in Chinese, Japanese or English. please enter the exact characters you want to appear in the engraving.

    If you wish us to engrave an image on your blade, please upload the file here.

    Choose if you want to make the blade of your Shirasaya in black and dark red or Purple:

    please choose if you want to make the blade of your Shirasaya in Gold, Blue or Black

    Choose if you want your katana to have the Hadori Polish (Enhanced Hamon).

    Here you can choose the accessories, which includes stands, sword box and sword bag.

    Choose which sword stand you wish to receive

    Choose a bag for your sword:

    • Cotton and Linen Fabric
    • Cotton and Linen Fabric
    • Linen Fabric
    • Linen Fabric
    • Cotton and Linen Fabric
    • Cotton
    • Cotton