Minamoto no Yoritomo dismissed the Heike clan and relocated its administrative base to Kamakura, organizing a form of government based on the Samurai regime, known as the "Kamakura Shogunate". Limited edition with serial number engraved on the stainless steel blade which is acid-etched in gold and black. Damascene finish.
This katana has a cord wrap and a decorated scabbard. Includes stand. Carbon steel blade 67´5 cm, total length 97 cm
Katana with tsuka ito for decoration and collectors. Carbon steel blade oil tempered. Maximum hardness. Includes scabbard, 2 different interchangeable Tsubas, cleaning kit and wooden box. Size of the blade 69 cms. Total size 100 cms. Black color.
Katana for decoration and collectors with tsuka ito. Red color. Carbon steel blade oil tempered. Maximum hardness. Includes wooden box, case, cleaning kit and 2 different interchangeable tsubas. Size of the blade 69 cms. Total size 100 cms.
Bokken para entrenamiento de gran dureza, prácticamente irrompible y resistente al corte. Longitud total 105 cm. hoja 76 cm. grosor de la hoja 2,5 cm. mango 29 cm.peso 564 gr. Material: polipropileno de alta calidad.
Hanwei´s Tactical Katana features a blade in 5160 high carbon spring steel, plasma-coated for corrosion protection, and a checkered Kraton handle for a positive grip. The guard and the handle feature lanyard holes which, with the included Paracord, provide a number of carrying options. The fiberglass scabbard construction eliminates water absorption and...
Designed for maximum cutting power in heavy targets, the blade of this Samurai sword is forged from 1566 high carbon steel and differentially hardened in the traditional manner, producing an edge hardness of 60 HRC and spine hardness of 40 HRC.
Key features: T10 high carbon steel blade, Ornamental saya, with matching cloth bag and maintenance kit. Key features: T10 high carbon steel blade, Ornamental saya, with matching cloth bag and maintenance kit. Key features: T10 high carbon steel blade, Ornamental saya, with matching cloth bag and maintenance kit.
The blades are forged in 5160 high carbon steel and specially heat-treated to produce very high resilience and greater tolerance of misdirected cuts than a conventional differentially tempered blade. This steel structure also avoids the need for excessive thickness, allowing the blades to replicate the weight and handling characteristics of Japanese...
The Japanese had a very wide variety of weapons. The most famous is the katana sword, of course, an authentic work of art associated with its culture, values and traditions. But in addition to the katana they had many more weapons in their arsenal:
Bo: A stick almost two meters long and about 3 centimeters wide. Generally used by fishermen but also used as a weapon in a very effective way
Bokken Basically a wooden katana, very popular in the Muromachi period
Eku: It originated from the oars of the fishermen. In spite of being of wood it has filosy is sharp in the extreme
Hanbo: It is a stick with rounded shape of a little less than 1 meter long
Kama: A long-handled sickle
Naginata: Consists of a blade stuck in a long stick. It looks vaguely like European halberds but the leaf is simply curved
Nunchaku: They are two very short sticks (about 40 centimeters) joined together by a rope or chain. Very popular nowadays thanks to television and cinema
Sai: It is a dagger with a sharp point but without edge and with two lateral protections (tsuba)
Tanto: Short weapon similar to a dagger
Tonfa: A stick half a meter long with a perpendicular grip about 15 centimeters
Wakizashi: Short sword similar to the katana