The Tanto is a type of Japanese knife or dagger with a short blade, typically ranging from 15 to 30 centimeters in length. It is distinguished by its sharp double-edged blade and often characterized by a symmetrical point. Historically, the Tanto was designed to serve various purposes, reflecting its versatile role in Japanese society.
Explore our collection and uncover the diversity of materials used in crafting Tantos. Steels such as 1045, 1060, 1095 in Maru or Damascus provide each blade with unique characteristics, ranging from robustness to exceptional sharpness, with some featuring intricate patterns derived from the forging process.
Discover the essence of warriors through this varied collection of Tantos, where each blade embodies the honor, tradition, and ingenuity of skilled blacksmiths. Welcome to a realm where the history of the samurai unfolds through the magnificence of steel and the grace of blades.