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Musha Kujaku Katana

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Product Description

From the Musha Collection comes this intricately hand forged Geijutsuka Katana. Featuring a full tang 1045 high carbon steel blade, this resilient katana is sharp right out of the box.

A unique feature of this sword is the integrated Bo-Hi on the blade. Bo-Hi is commonly known as blood grooves, but that is a misconception. The purpose of the Bo-Hi is to help reduce the weight of the katana, which enables the user to wield the katana more smoothly, and puts less stress on the hands— perfect for advance cutting techniques that require the katana to change direction rapidly.

All Musha swords are able to be fully disassembled. The Mokko Gata style Tusba, Fuchi, Kashira all can be swapped out for a different set. The real wood handle is wrapped with traditional cotton.

Product Details
  • ColorsBlack
  • Materials
    1045 Carbon Steel, Wood

— Warranty: Manufacturer's 30 Day
— 43" Hand Forged Samurai Sword
— 28.5" Blade
— 11" Handle
— 45-52 HRC
— 1045 High Carbon Steel Damascus Pattern Full Tang Blade
— Razor Sharp and Ready to Cut
— Hand Forged with Maru-kitae process
— Kiku Gata Style Zinc Tsuba
— Metal Fuchi and Kashira
— Made in China
— Weight: 4 lbs

FAQ
Is it advised to keep the blade in the oil and plastic it comes in or remove it?

It should be removed, but the blade should be oiled periodically to avoid rusting. Frequency depends on the humidity of your area.

Is this a battle ready sword that can withstand repeated training cutting exercises?

The Musha Gold warrior is hand forged full tang, razor-sharp fully functional sword.

Does the sword come with a case?

The Kujaku Katana does come with a deluxe gift box.

Do they come with a blade care kit?

The Musha Kujaku does come with a maintenance kit.

Do they feature a traditional hamon?

It actually does not come with a visible hamon, as the blade is Damascus style. The Damascus pattern is very visible on the blade.

What’s the best steel to choose one from if you plan on using for full contact blade against blade practice?

We always recommend none sharpen iaido katana for practicing blade to blade as accidents can happen and improper use can lead to serious injuries or death. If both steels are of the same material, such as 1045 vs 1045, they will last longer, as the two properties are the same. But if you are using a 1045 vs a 1090 steel katana, the 1095 will last longer because of its harder properties.

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    — USA
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ships In
    3-5 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return