Masahiro - Engraved Dragon Ninja-to Sword Razor Sharp
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  • Hand-forged high carbon steel
  • Custom dragon tsuba
  • Antique-finished accents
  • Genuine ray skin handle
  • Black lacquered scabbard
  • 41" overall length


An intense custom sword creation from Masahiro. This model presents the oriental dragon in a new and unique way. The thick tsuba struggles to contain the prominent dragons while another dragon runs wild, engraved on the 1065 carbon steel blade. The handle is lined with real ray skin and comes wrapped in black faux leather. Secured by dual bamboo pegs, this is a full tang sword with hand honed cutting edge.

This is everything you need to have a fully functional, professional, and affordable ninja sword. Perfect for both beginners and novices, this product makes a great gift for any sword enthusiast.

Masahiro - Engraved Dragon Ninja-to Sword Razor Sharp


About Masahiro:

For more than 2600 years, the "City of Treasure Sword", Longquan, is known for making the best swords in the world. Located within the border of South Zhejiang, and under the Fengyang Mountain, Longquan is rich in resources which are ideal for crafting swords.

During the period of Warring States (770-476 B.C.), a famous sword maker named Ou Yezi created the most renowned sword in Longquan. Since then, the secret arts of crafting swords have been passed down from generation to generation.

Masahiro swords are hand forged by master craftsmen with years of experience from Longquan. These master sword smiths combine modern knowledge with traditional secrets to produce superior quality swords known for their durability, sharpness, and exquisite craftsmanship.
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Cool, but.... Reviewed by on Apr 28, 2017   3 out of 5

This is an interesting sword. One one hand, it's poised, maneuverable, and heavy enough to really cut with. On the other hand, the blade on mine was not tempered and hardened, so one swing at a tree 3 in branch resulted in a sizable dent. If you're looking for a practice sword, this is great, but for actual sparing...not so much.



Good sword with some issues Reviewed by Emily Kalman on Sep 30, 2016   3 out of 5

I received this sword and was initially pleased. I have always been pleased with Shinwa straight swords in the past. Although the blade was filthy, it was well balanced and weighted. The blade was not difficult to clean, although the engravings took a little work. However, while polishing the blade, I noticed the last two inches were very rough and uneven. Also, the tip itself was chipped. I attempted to sharped the roughness out of the edge, but there is nothing I can do about the chip. Disappointed because I would have liked this sword very much if not for that defect. Also, the handle wrap is a little weird, not the cord commonly used. It feels somewhat like faux leather and is strangely sticky. I can get used to that, but would have preferred a traditional wrap.



Ninja sward Reviewed by Alton Rowell on Jul 30, 2016   5 out of 5

Idis is a well built sword. Blade came sharp. But can be sharpened to shave. I intend to use it only as a showpiece only. But considering its quality I think it could be used for real Combat. I used a ceramic stick to bring the edge up to shaving sharpness .Be careful when sharpening the Finish is so nice you couldn't easily scratch it. Butt if you do use some fine crocus cloth and lightly polish out the scratches. Then you some polishing cream which can be found at Parts houses for polishing metal. I can only say that the Japanese people who used the sword to defend them selves had to be battle-hardened people. I can see one of these swords could could inflict serious damage to a person. For the price and quality I would recommend this sword. It's a nice piece to add to your collection. But I keep mine locked up in my gun vault because of its razor sharp edge. I do consider it a weapon.



sward review Reviewed by Alton Rowell on Jul 19, 2016   5 out of 5

Nice sward for the money. It came sharp. Keep in mind swards can't be razors. They will chip. The sward is very nice looking. Handle with Ray skin is well assembled. This is my first sward. I don't have any comlants. The blade has a very high gloss finish. I wish I would have had my wife's name a ring and my Name put on it. It's worth the money.



Very pleased Reviewed by on Oct 09, 2015   5 out of 5

I have a wide collection of knives I have purchased or received from family hand downs. I decided to add a sword to the collection and went with this one. It is a Masahiro sword but had me worried my order had been messed up when it came in a Ten Ryu box. Maybe the two are tied together I am not sure. Either way upon opening the box my worry was put to rest. The sword came in a nice little cloth/nylon/silk type sheath or dust cover. The scabbard is wood and has a beautiful shine. The sword fits very well in the scabbard and is secure except for being able to hear the lower part of the blade rattle a bit as it hits the inside of the scabbard if shaken side to side. Nothing I am concerned about. The handle is very well put together and feels solid in the hand. The wrap and accents are pleasing to the eye. Upon pulling out the blade, it is as impressive as the rest of the sword. The laser etching along with the inscriptions on the blade are beautiful. The blade is not razor sharp but would not take much to hone it up as it is sharp. This was all just my initial overview. I wrapped it back up happy to add it to my collection and was very satisfied with my purchase. My son is already asking me how old he has to be before I would consider giving it to him. Thank you CH for another great experience.



Reviewed by sid on Feb 21, 2015   5 out of 5

Nice sword, sharp, everything is tight I love the leather wrapped handle I wish all my swords had leather wrapped handles they look better and feel better for grip and handling I really don't like cotton wrapped handles but what are you going to do My only complaint with this sword and most swords is weight Do they make swords that are lighter? I would definetly recommed I got this sword for less than half this four years ago or more Now I am really glad I got it.



Reviewed by Kenz on Dec 13, 2014   5 out of 5

it sucks...
Response: Hi Kenz, We would appreciate it if you could be more specific about what you did not like about the sword. But if you are not satisfied with the product, you may return an item within 60 days of purchase. You can contact us at 1-800-735-3326 to obtain a return label for your package. Thanks!



Reviewed by Raymond Lee on Jun 20, 2014   5 out of 5

ordered for a friend - delivery was quick! the sword is sharp, feels durable and the engravings are good eyecandy. comes with a holding bag which is a nice bonus



Reviewed by Reid Johle on Apr 28, 2014   5 out of 5

Excellent blade! Craftsmanship is impressive and shipping was fast.
All fittings are tight and of good quality. Engravings are nicely done and visible. Dragon tsuba is well made also. The sword fits snug in the saya.
The blade was sharp right out of the box. After a few strokes with my honing steel the blade was nearly razor sharp. This blade goes through bottles of water cleanly and with ease.
Excellent value for the price overall!

Thank you TrueSwords!
I plan to stick with TrueSwords for future purchases because their products are of excellent quality for the price and they offer excellent shipping and customer service.



Reviewed by Yalier Diaz on Mar 26, 2014   5 out of 5

I should start out by saying that this is my first sword i bought from true swords and i must say that i was very impressed and shocked about how beutiful the sword was and how its weight was overall even. I did notice something that was kind of a let down for me the dragon engraving was barley visible. The blade come sharp but not razor sharp. I am very grateful to true swords for such and awesome sword. Thank you true swords.



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