Blade Shape
Blade Shape
Blade Shape
Blade Shape
Blade Shape
Blade Shape
Blade Shape
Blade Shape
Blade Shape
Blade Shape
Blade Shape
Blade Shape

Blade Shape

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Now we provide the following zukuri:

1: Shinogi-Zukuri

Shinogi-Zukuri means a sword which has the SHINOGI-JI.It is also referred to as Hon-Zukuiri.
This shape is very common in TACHI, KATANA and WAKIZASHI while TANTO are usually HIRA-ZUKURI.

2: Shobu-zukuri

Shobu-Zukuri refers to an iris leaf looking sword which has a high SHINOGI-SUJI and a thin MUNE but no YOKOTE.
The sword shape was developed in the middle Kamakura period.
The shape is often seen in short swords such as WAKIZASHI and TANTO.

3: Unokubi-Zukuri

The thickness on the back becomes thinner towards the tip(from 1/3 for katana, from half for Tanto).

4: Hira-zukuri

the zukuri refers to a sword that has no SHINOGI-JI. So that the cross-section of the sword is a triangle.
This shape is more common in TANTO, seldom in WAKIZASHI and very few in KATANA.

5: KISSAKI-MOROHA-ZUKURI(Kogarasu-maru)

The Kogarasu Maru, or "Little Crow", is a unique Japanese tachi sword believed to have been created by legendary Japanese smith Amakuni during the 8th century CE.

C: The blade is full tang?
H: yes, our all japanese is full tang.  

c: can i customize these katana swords?

H: yes, all japanese swords accept customize work. please check here