The Kumori Katana is forged, polished and sharpened entirely by hand, a rarity in this price range. This is simply one of the finest Japanese katana blades you will ever see.
Includes Signed Certificate, Silk Sword Bag, Maintenance Kit and Display Stand!
All swords produced by the family run Thaitsuki Forge are 100% handmade with the highest standards and attention to detail by Thaitsuki craftsmen and artisans who have served for years in apprenticeship under the master sword smith, Mr. Sivarat.
Each Thaitsuki katana and Wakizashi is created following proven traditional methods. From the perfectly wrapped Ito, to the handcrafted Kashira, Menuki, Tsuba and Fuchi, each piece is made with the highest quality materials by skilled craftsmen that specialize and take pride in their art.
The Habaki, Menuki, Fuchi and Kashira are handmade from quality silver. The Tsuka is skillfully wrapped with only the finest Japanese silk over genuine high grade ray skin.
The saya is built in two layers, with a hardwood outer layer and softwood inner layer contacting the blade with a genuine black horn Koiguchi. Each saya is hand crafted to custom fit it’s partnering blade, then finished with multiple coats of hand rubbed lacquer.
Each full tang blade is perfectly balanced and hand forged from only high grade, high carbon Japanese steel.
Every Thaitsuki sword comes with it’s own serial number and signed certificate from Thaitsuki Nihonto, so you can trace it back to when and by whom it was made. Because each sword is handmade and the fittings are handcrafted, no two swords will be ever be exactly alike. Each is a unique work of art.
If you are looking for an heirloom quality katana that will impress even experienced sword collectors than look no further. The Kumori Katana is a fully functional, battle ready sword, not a replica. It is a weapon suitable for practitioners and collectors. This katana can easily sever a 4″ thick bamboo with single stroke.
The Kumori katana continues Thaitsuki tradition in premium Japanese swords, with a hand forged, high carbon, Japanese steel blade and top grade hand crafted silver fittings.
The Kumori Katana is forged, polished and sharpened entirely by hand, a rarity in this price range. This is simply one of the finest Japanese katana blades you will ever see. Silver hand crafted fittings and traditional Japanese dark brown silk over high grade rayskin tsuka with traditional Japanese flower motif round out this stunning katana.
The Japanese high carbon steel blade is clay coated, heat treated, hand polished and sharpened. It is forged in the Koto style with a half bo hi. Differentially tempered, the edge hardness is 60 HRC and the body hardness is 35HRC for correct flex and superb feel when cutting.
This is an heirloom quality katana and will appeal to the practitioner seeking a high end cutting sword as well as serious collectors.
Blade Collar (Habaki) silver 92.5%
Braid (Tsuka ito) : Ivory silk from Japan
Scabbard (Saya) : Dried CHUMPA light weight wood
Guard (Tsuba) : Copper guard fire blow stick with silver shi-shi
Ornament (Menuki) Silver 95.5%
Peg (Mekugi) : 2 units Pradoo Hard wood
Scabbard cord (Sageo) : Ivory silk from Japan
Spacers (Seppa) : Silver 92.5% and Brass
Handle (Tsuka) : Teng hard wood wrapped with genuine rayskin
Includes sword bag, sword stand, maintenance kit and signed certificate
Blade: 29 1/2″
Weight: 2.5 lbs.
Balance Point: 5 1/2″
This is a sharpened battle ready sword. You must be at least 18 to order this katana
Thaitsuki Samurai Swords
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We are proud to offer the full line of Thaitsuki Nihonto Samurai swords. These are heirloom quality swords, hand crafted by highly trained smiths. Each katana and Wakizashi comes with a serial numbered, signed certificate of authenticity.
Buy with confidence! We are the original U.S. Thaitsuki importer since 2004 and only sell genuine, certified Thaitsuki Swords
Thaitsuki Nihonto is owned and run by the Sivarat family who has been forging Japanese swords for over 400 years. The skills and traditions of sword making were taught to the Sivarat family by Yamada Nagamasa, the commanding officer stationed in Thailand in the late 1590s. The Sivarat family forge was one of few chosen to produce katanas for Japanese soldiers and for the past 400 years they have refined and perfected their forging skills of Japanese swords for private collectors and martial artists throughout Japan.
Without a doubt these are the finest hand made Samurai swords currently available.