Blade Sori(Curvature): non
Overall Length: 15.7 Inch /40Cm
Blade Material: Clay tempered OROSHIGANE with saguha hamon & polished by japanese way top work.
Nagasa Length: 9.2 inch / 23.5Cm, hand work copper habaki fixed
Handle Length: 4.7 Inch / 12Cm
Blade Edge: Hand Polished Be razor sharp
Handle and saya Material: Hard Wooden with black horn wrapped real ray skin, the menuki made of silver on each saide of tsuka. the hand made saya with top quiality glossy black lacquer finished.
-The Blade Of The Sword Has Been Hand Forged Using The Ancient Method Of Sword Making . Full Hand Forged And Full Hand Polished be razor sharp.
-The Blade Was Made Oforoshigane steel, And It Has Been Laminated In A Maru Configuration(Single Type Mono Steel). Differential Hardened And Clay Tempered, Oil Quenched.
-This Blade Has Been Tried And Tested To Cut Everything That Gets In Its Way. The Sori (Blade Curvature) Is Specially Crafted To Create Leverage In Order To Perform The Smoothest And Cleanest Cuts. That In Combination With The Choice Of Traditional And Our Top Selling Koshirae (Fittings), Assures That You Will Get The Best Of Both Appearance And Functionality.
-The real Hamon Pattern Is Done In The Same Process As The Traditional Method. Harden The Edge Is By Using The Special Clay Wrapping The Blade Then Put In oil To Quench. It Requires A Lot Of Skills. The Fire Temperature Can Not Be Too High Or Too Low It Needs To Be Well Controlled By The Sword Smith. The Blade Is Then Put Into oil For Quenching. The Blade Shape Is Done This Process Creates Beautiful Hamon Hada. Clay To Protect The Edge And Quenched In oil To Temper The Mune Or Spine Of The Sword. The Hardness Of The High Carbon Steel Measures At An Impressive HRC On The Rockwell Scale. The Perfect Combination Of The Hardness Of The Edge Steel, And The Increased Sori (Curvature Of The Blade), Enables This High Quality Blade To Easily Cut Through Tatami Straw Mats Or Bamboo For Tameshigiri.