Shinwa Sunset Samurai Tachi Sword
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  • Traditional methods produce outstanding quality
  • Forged 28 1/2” 1045 high carbon steel blade
  • Faux rayskin and brown cord-wrapped handle
  • Pewter-color metal alloy tsuba; brass habaki
  • Orange lacquered sheath with metal accents
  • Sheath has koshiate (sword hanger)
  • Overall length: 38”

During the Koto period, before the development of katanas, the samurai class of feudal Japan carried tachi swords and, now, our master swordsmiths of Lonquan use centuries of tradition and experience to hand-forge our Shinwa Tachi Swords to be second to no others! Tachis were designed to be worn with the cutting edge down so they were usually designed with a koshiate (sword hanger). True to tradition, our Shinwa Sunset Samurai Tachi Sword has an orange lacquered sheath with an intricately wrapped koshiate. The decorative metal alloy tsuba has the appearance of pewter, which is an elegant contrast to the brass habaki that leads into the 28 1/2” hand-forged 1045 high carbon steel blade. The wooden handle is traditionally wrapped in brown cord and faux rayskin and has an ornate pommel. The sheath has pewter-colored, metal alloy decorative accents, which complement both the design of the tsuba and the pommel.

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KING MAUL Reviewed by on Oct 05, 2018   5 out of 5

What more can I say beautiful this a very outstanding makes my training that much More important ??

nice Reviewed by Gary Wolff on Aug 21, 2018   5 out of 5

fairly sharp out of the box, just took a couple of light hone stroke to perfect it.

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