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The Katana Edo is a katana with a high quality blade made of Damascus steel 1095 - 1060.
Damascus steel, hand forged: The Edo is a high quality katana, the blade is made without hi.
Sugata (Blade Style):
Hand forged, curved blade without hi and Chu-Kissaki (tip). Real Hamon on the blade made with clay. The hardness of Mune is 50 ° HRC and Ha (blade edge) is 60 ° HRC Rockwell. Very sharp blade. Azuya stone finish on the upper part of the Hamon which gives a magnificent contrast on the Shinogi Ji.
Nagasa (Blade length from the Tsuba): ~ 71 cm.
Sori (Curvature): about 2cm.
Moto-Kasane (Thickness at the base): about 8 mm.
Saki- Kasane (Tip thickness): about 5 mm.
Saki-Haba (Width at the tip): about 21.5 mm.
Moto-Haba (Width at the base): approximately 31.5 mm.
Balance point (measured from Tsuba): ~ 13 cm.
Nakago (tang of the blade) with Mei (inscription) according to tradition
Fuchi-Kashira (Pommeau): Copper streaked
Tsuka (Handle): Wood, suitable for silk. Length 28 cm
Tsuka-ito (Fabric around handle): Fitted black silk.
Samé: Real ray skin, white with full curl
2 Menuki: silver. One on each side, mounted in the traditional way.
2 Mekugi: Bamboo wood, Assembly according to traditional methods. The 2 mekugi-ana are drilled diagonally and conically in the tang. The mekugi are attached in opposite ways on each side.
Tsuba (Guard): Very pretty Edo style tsuba
Saya (Scabbard): Selected wood with stingray skin insert. Curved according to the Sori of the blade. The Koi-guchi is made of buffalo horn. Saya with kurikata and 2 shitodome for Obi support. The end of the Saya is made of buffalo horn.
Sageo: Double black.
1140 gr. without Saya.
1,420 gr. with Saya
Embroidered protective cover.
Supplied in a transport case with a black lacquered holder and a maintenance kit.
Possibility of personalizing your saber with laser engraving, contact us by email for this.
CATEGORY D WEAPON - SALE TO MINORS FORBIDDEN
French law requires us to verify the majority of the customer for the sale of a category D weapon.
Please send us a photocopy of your identity document using the order form that you will receive by email following your purchase.
You can also send it to us by post or email: email@example.com.
Order with payment obligation (Exchange or refund possible within 14 days), details in our general conditions of sale in the "Customers" section at the bottom of the page.
Delivery time: Within 5-7 days for our items in stock, maximum 3 weeks for items made to order, 10 to 14 weeks for our custom katanas and iaitos.
If you want a specific delivery date, please let us know before ordering. We strive to send your order as soon as possible according to the productions. Delivery times are indicative and may vary.
Deadline 14 weeks
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