This tachi is made from Damascus steel. The special feature of this material is that it creates patterns during forging by the master blacksmith. The result is an original and beautiful blade, full of finesse. The handle is carved from solid wood. It's made of rosewood, an exotic wood that's very strong and resistant. The scabbard is adorned with stingray. This is fish skin that has undergone the same treatment as leather. It is used in luxury leather goods. The handle is also in solid rosewood.
A purchased katana =
+ 1 silk storage box
+ 1 (random) cotton bag
+ 1 unique stand
Discover the authenticity of our katanas, hand-forged according to ancestral Japanese customs. Each blade is meticulously crafted by our expert craftsmen in Asia, ensuring the unrivalled quality of our katanas.
Give your katana a personal touch with our customization service! Our expert craftsmen can engrave a text of your choice on the blade, ensuring precise, long-lasting personalization.
For production and delivery, our team needs between 7 and 18 working days*.
Our katanas are handmade and forged in the Japanese tradition. They are then stored in our Chinese warehouses.
All of our Katana swords have a full tang construction. We meticulously handcraft these blades, ensuring that the blade extends seamlessly into the handle. This not only enhances their durability and resilience for training purposes but also pays homage to the traditional Japanese craftsmanship.
On request, we can provide you with a certificate of authenticity for our katanas. This certificate will include a detailed description of the katana's configuration and the producer's signature.
We carry out careful and fast shipping of our katanas with UPS delivery service.
Katanas fall under the category of knives and are regulated as such by state laws, making their ownership perfectly legal. In the United States, individuals must be either 18 years old or have explicit parental consent to possess a Katana.
The ability to carry a Katana outdoors varies by state, and we advise you to personally verify the laws in your specific state. As a general rule, openly carrying the sword in public is prohibited, and it should be securely stored in a designated bag or case.