Deshi Series Katana - Yakusoku

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Deshi Series Katana - Yakusoku

Product Code: SW11

Manufacturer: Tora Hanta

£215.00 (INC. VAT)

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The Tora Hanta Deshi series of Katana is designed for those who are students at a Dojo or who are passionate about cutting and their sword, these swords feature premium Saya and iron fittings along with a differentially hardened (clay tempered) 1060 High carbon steel blade. Suitable for cutting bottles, tatami and bamboo.

Featuring a black Saya with genuine buffalo horn fittings & green Silk sageo and ito this sword has a distinctive look that works well on display but is also fully functional, The tsuba is a circular feathered design with the handle featuring waves menuki and a genuine white rayskin wrap. The blade is 1060 High Carbon steel with a traditional clay temper With no Bo-Hi.

Key Features:
Brocade Display Box & Cloth Bag
Genuine Buffalo Horn Fittings
Clay Tempered 1060 Blade
Full Tang With Two Mekugi For Security
Hand Forging Certificate

Specifications:
Overall Length - 116cm
Blade Length - 79cm
Blade Thickness - 7mm
Tsuka Length - 29cm
Bo-Hi - Without
Weight (With Saya) - 1479g
Weight (Without Saya) - 1203g
Tsuba Material - Iron
Fuchi & Koshirae Material - Iron
Seppa Material - Brass
PoB - 15cm

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    A beautiful piece of steel
    Review by Steve853
    This sword is beautifully made, nicely balanced and solid.

    The traditional construction using two mekugi pegs and ray-skin wrapping under a green silk ito makes the whole suka very solid and secure, no rattles or other issues, and beautifully done.

    The blade is solid, well balanced and weighted, with the point of balance about four inches in front of the tsuba. I opted fro a blade without bo-hi, so slightly heavier but manageable. The hamon is distinct yet subtle.

    All in all the nicest sword in my collection