Handmade Sword has a full range of Replica Japanese Style Samurai Katana Swords. We have been offering high quality Katana, Wakizashi, Tanto, Movie Replica and sword accessories internationally with wholesale and retail price range for more than 19 years. All the swords are fully handmade and functional.
Katana, Wakizashi, Tanto, Unsharpened & Blade in Shirasaya
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Our vast selection of steel grades allows us to provide an assortment of the finest knives and swords.
Excellent craftsmanship of each handmade sword using Traditional methods make it a piece of art.
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-Katana, A long single edged Japanese sword. The katana gets its gentle curve from quenching during forming. It is actually prior to quenching. Differential quenching causes martensite, a steel crystalline structure, to form predominantly in the edge of the blade rather than the back. Katana were the primary weapons of the Samurai.
The Best Companion For your Katana
-Wakizashi, A traditional Japanese . It is similar to, but shorter than a katana. The wakizashi was usually worn with the katana by the samurai of feudal Japan. When worn together the pair of swords were called Daisho, which translates literally as "large and small". The wakizashi was often called the companion.
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-Tanto, A common Japanese single or, occasionally, double dagger. The tanto was designed primarily as a stabbing instrument, but the edge can be used to slash as well. Tanto first began to appear in the Heian period, however these blades lacked any artistic quality and were purely weapons.
Traditional & Contemporary Together
Blade in Shirasaya
-Shirasaya, is a plain wooden Japanese blade mount consisting of a saya and tsuka, used when a blade was not expected to see use for some time and needed to be stored.