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What a difference in a katana and an Iaito
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Little katana dictionary
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Musashi Miyamoto the greatest samurai Japan has ever known
The laikidoka sword: the bokken
Kendo, the legacy of the samurai
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The Habaki of the katana
The Saya of the katana
The Hamon of the katana
The Tsuba of the Katana
How to measure a katana or an iaito
The Sageo of the katana
The history of the Japanese sword - 1
The history of the Japanese sword - 2
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Chanoyu, the Japanese tea ceremony
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The best incense from Japan
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Sharp Katana "Murasama"
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Sharp Katana "Murasama"
Muramasa (千子 村正) was a Japanese katana smith, he is particularly famous for his dark side. He created his own school, named Sengo, in the 16th century in the province of Ise in Japan. Muramasa appears to have been a Buddhist monk, under the kaimyō (Dharma name) of Myōdai. The number of surviving Muramasa sabers is unknown, but it is assumed that less than 25% survived the ravages of time.
This katana has a flexible blade (Spring Steel 1065) with a real Hamon.
We created this model to have flexibility and a durable edge.
This katana is perfect for intensive cutting.
The polishing as well as the sharpening is done by hand.
Hand-forged 1065 (0.65% carbon) steel blade with sharp groove.
Selective clay tempering with real hamon.
Hardness: approximately 58° HRC on HA and 40° HRC on Mun.
Tsuka real ray skin covered with black cotton braided in Hinemiraki with 2 Mekugis
Blade length 71.5 cm
Total length with scabbard: 105 cm
Handle length: 29cm
curve (Sori): 1.6 cm
Balance point: about 14 cm above Tsuba
Blade width on the Habaki: 3.1 cm
Blade width at the transition to the tip (Kisaki): 2.2 cm
Weight with scabbard: 1250g
Weight without scabbard: 1050 g
Comes with a protective cover.
Option: 1 place matte stand
Lacquered support in photo reference A6338 (Not included)
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