Traditional Japanese sword

~Katana 刀~

刀匠~Tosho~ Swordsmith

Iron, the raw material for Japanese swords, is harder and more easily broken when it contains high levels of carbon. Iron with less carbon is softer -more tenacious- and less likely to break.Japanese swords are made with these two types of iron. Furthermore, this lump of iron is repeatedly "heated to red hot, beaten, stretched and folded".The forging is folded back ten times, resulting in a total of 1024 layers. This forging produces a strength of iron in Japanese swords that is unparalleled in the world.The blade is further hardened by a process called "quenching. This is the secret of the blade's ability to cut without breaking or bending.

白銀師~Shiroganeshi~ skirting board

The part metal collar mounted between a sword blade and the hand guard metal collar mounted between a sword blade and the hand guard.

鞘師~Sayashi~ sheath maker

Carving out wood to make the scabbard and handle wood.

柄巻師~Tshukamakishi~ Grip maker

Wrapping a ray skin and braided cord around the grip

鐔師~Tsubashi~ Visor maker

Making Visorfrom iron

塗師~Nurishi~ Painter

Coat the scabbard with lacquer, etc.

We will send our goods by EMS. Possible destinations are UK, France, Germany, Canada, USA, Australia, etc.
The prices include their shipping costs

Difference of us

Our items are are different

We mainly deal in iaido swords. Of course, like other companies, we also have imitation swords and art.
Sword for Iai: A serious sword made for practical use. For more information, please see the video.
Art Sword: Decorative swords made for ornamental purposes. Includes swords that have no blade and cannot be cut.
Imitation sword: A replica made from an alloy of nonferrous metal and made to resemble the appearance of a Japanese sword. It has no blade and cannot be cut.