Wakizashi Sword T10 Clay Tempered Steel with Red Acid Dye and Hadori Polish with Full Black Ray Skin Saya With Buffalo Horn tips
T10 Clay Tempered Steel Wakizashi Sword with Hadori Polish and Red Acid Dye. The blade is full tang without Bohi and features Full Black Ray Skin Saya with buffalo horn tips and Black Leather Ito wrap and Black Samegawa
Sword Type: Wakizashi
Steel Type: T10 Clay Tempered Steel Red Acid Dye Hadori Polish
Blade Length: 51 cm
Handle Length: 21 cm
Blade Width: 3.2 cm
Tang: Full Tang
Blood Groove: No Bohi (Blood Groove)
Tsuba (Handguard): Iron Tsuba
Fuchi (Hilt Collar): Brass Fuchi
Kashira (Pommel): Brass Kashira
Menuki (Handle Ornaments): Metal Menuki
Saya (Scabbard): Full Black Ray Skin Saya With Buffalo Horn tips
Ito (Wrap): Black Leather
Ray Skin (Samegawa): Black
Sword Bag: Silk
You’re looking at a T10 Clay Tempered Steel with Red Acid Dye and Hadori Polish Handmade Wakizashi Sword.
The Wakizashi is actually a full tang sword, which is held in place with the help of 2 bamboo Mekugi pegs.
When forged accurately, T10 steel Wakizashi will become tough and extremely resistant against abrasion or damages. It is a perfect choice for practice cutting.
This is a differentially hardened Wakizashi (also referred to as clay tempered Wakizashi), meaning the sword have a hard edge and flexible core.
This Red Acid Dye shade gives the blade an unique visual appearance that could upgrade its overall exterior.
T10 Clay Tempered Steel Wakizashi
In addition to being an auxiliary weapon, the Samurai also widely used the Wakizashi for committing ritual suicide. It’s exactly why its generally known as the Honor Blade.
The Wakizashi Sword blade is 51 cm long and with a width of 3.2 cm. The overall weight of the sword is 1.55KG and the handle length is 21 cm.
The Wakizashi Samegawa consists of high grade ray skin and wraps the Black Leather Ito wrap or handle/hilt.
The Wakizashi includes Full Black Ray Skin Saya With Buffalo Horn tips to protect the blade after using it. The Saya is created perfectly for the blade to allow smooth, controlled movements of drawing the sword when practicing Tameshigiri or laido.
A classic Wakizashi Sword features various parts including excellent fittings. These include the Tsuba, Fuchi, Kashra, and Menuki.
In order to improve visibility, the swords hamon (temper line) is enhanced using Hadori polish method (often called the KEISHO) and makes the Hamon stand out.
The Wakizashi blade comes sharp by default, however if you need it non sharp or instead razor-sharp, then you can indeed select your preferred sharpness level in the options given during checkout.
You are able to further tailor-make the sword to make it much more personal by picking our free sword engraving on the blade. This could be your name, important dates, some powerful quote or anything that comes to mind to help make this sword unique and personal.
If you’re considering buying it as gift for a friend, relative or even yourself, a Wakizashi is among the top choices when you’re thinking of something special and heart-felt.