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Create your custom Wakizashi using the form below, or download our app and use our 3d modeling tools, while you can see the outcome of the custom sword. (currently the app only support custom Katana swords, however you can use it to select theme combination for your Wakizashi)
Click here to download the app.
Choose the steel of your custom Wakizashi sword, we offer variety of quality steel types. depending on your needs and budget, you can select the appropriate steel.
For more information about the steel we are offering, visit our steel comparison page. or see the remarks near each steel.
Note: different steel types open different options for Hamon, blade coloring and polishing
The sword Hamon line is the blade pattern that is created by the differential hardening process (Clay Tempering), you can choose your preferred pattern below:
The sword Hamon line is the blade pattern that is created by the differential hardening process (Clay Tempering), for folded & clay tempered steel we offer only Wave hamon:
The Bohi (sometimes called blood groove or fuller) is a straight groove that is mainly utilized to lighten the blade, and allow more speed to the wielder. choose if you want blood groove for your sword:
The Kissaki is pointy end (tip) of the Samurai sword that feature a ridge line.You can choose between traditional Kissaki or Kiriha Zukuri Kissaki style.
We can make the blade in your preferred size, please choose blade length here (in Centimeters):
We can make the handle in your preferred size, please choose handle length here (in Centimeters):
Choose all sword fittings, including: Tsuba, Fuchi, Kashira, Menuki, Habaki and Seppa.
The sword Tsuba (Handguard) is located where the blade begins and the handle ends; it helps keep the hand protected and the sword balanced. there are 4 types of Tsuba you can choose from different quality materials:
The Fuchi is known as the hilt collar found between the Tsuba and the Tsuka which covers the Tsuka opening on the samurai sword.
The Kashira is the butt cap or pommel that is found at the tsuka (Handle) end.
The Menuki are the ornaments set on the tsuka used to fit right on the palm for proper grip; it was primarily meant to conceal the mekugi.
The Habaki is the blade collar, It is a wedge shaped metal collar utilized to prevent the sword from falling out of its saya; it also works to support the sword's fittings. It fits right at the ha-machi and the mune-machi, preceding the nakago.
The Seppa are known as sword spacers or washers, and can be found below and above the sword Tsuba (handguard). It works mainly to tighten the fittings of the sword, ensuring that the Habaki, Tsuka, and blade have a good fit.
Choose the wrap style for your sword Tsuka (Handle), you can choose between Traditional Wrap (Tsumami-Maki) and Battle Wrap (Katate-Maki)
Ito is the handle wrapping cord. Its main purpose is both aesthetic and functional, it reinforces the Tsuka and prevents technical failure when using the sword.
The Rayskin Samegawa is used to wrap and protect the sword tsuka and is primarily created to keep sweating hands dry, allowing proper gripping and helps prevent the hands from slipping over the Tsuka during practice.
The saya is the scabbard of the blade. Its main purpose is to protect the blade when it is stored for display, and allow quick draw of the sword when being used for practice or cutting sessions.
The Sageo is used to tie the Saya to the Samurai Obi belt, the Sageo is tied through the Kurikata and wrapped around the saya.
In this section you can enhance your sword and make it truly unique and special, the enhancement options includes: blade coloring, blade polishing, sharpening and engraving.
The blade will be treated with acid dye color which makes the entire blade surface in color. This gives the blade a unique appearance for those who prefer an extraordinary look on their sword. The Acid Dye treatment is a natural color dyeing method. It does not affect the performance of the sword.
The Hadori polish enhances the visibility of the crystalline structures of the Hamon. The ultimate purpose of this procedure is to reveal the best of the Hamon.
Choose if you want to engrave text or image on your sword and make it more personalized.
Choose your preferred accessories to accompany your sword.
Choose the type of sword bag you prefer when buying a sword, it is a more convenient solution for those who need to move around with the sword.
Choose stand for your sword.
The sword box is created mainly to protect the sword when it is not in use. It is suitable for those who would like to have stylish storage for the sword.
Tachi Sword 9260 Spring Steel With Redwood Saya
Samurai Katana Sword T10 Folded Clay Tempered Steel Hadori Polish With Full Ray Skin Buffalo Horn Saya
Tanto Knife T10 Clay Tempered Steel With Rosewood Saya
Shirasaya Sword 1060 Carbon Steel With Smoke saya
Naginata Blade 1060 Carbon Steel With Synthetic Leather Holsters Saya
Tanto Knife T10 Clay Tempered Steel With Rosewood With Buffalo Horn Saya
Tanto Knife T10 Clay Tempered Steel With Matt Black Hardwood Saya
Tanto Knife T10 Clay Tempered Steel With Metallic Burgundy Saya
Tanto Knife T10 Folded Clay Tempered Steel With Ebony Wood Saya
Samurai Shirasaya Sword T10 Clay Tempered Steel With Matt Black Hardwood Saya
Katana Sword 1060 Carbon Steel With White Saya
Naginata Blade Folded 1095 Carbon Steel With Sparkle Black Hardwood Saya
Tanto Knife T10 Folded Clay Tempered Steel Hadori Polish With Full Ray Skin Buffalo Horn Saya
Tanto Knife T10 Clay Tempered Steel With Ebony Wood Saya
Samurai Katana Sword 1060 Carbon Steel With Red And Gold Saya
Shirasaya Sword T10 Folded Clay Tempered Steel With Rosewood Saya
Tanto Knife 1060 Carbon Steel With Matt Black Sun Tzu saya
Shirasaya Sword 1060 Carbon Steel With Green And Gold saya