Musha Zatoichi Style Shirasaya
From the Musha Collection comes this intricately hand forged Zatoichi style Shirasaya is a minimalist’s dream. Featuring a full tang 1045 high carbon steel blade, this resilient katana is sharp right out of the box.
Traditionally, Shirasaya was used to store the Samurai's blade when not in use. This Shirasaya comes with a clean black wood handles, no wraps, and a simple matching black wood saya. What makes the Zatoichi Shirasaya unique is the blade is straight.
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. You are free to add any style Tusba, Fuchi, or Kashira to make the tsuka you want and make your katana truly unique.
1045 Carbon Steel, Wood
43"L x 4"W x 4"H
— Warranty: Manufacturer's 30 Day
— Razor Sharp
— Maru-Kitae Hand Forged
— Blade Length: 27.25"
— Blade Material: 1045 Carbon Steel
— Blade Thickness: 0.25"
— Blade Hardness: 45-52 HRC
— Blade Finish: Polish
— Handle Material: Ray Skin, Cotton, Birch
— Handle Length: 11"
— Tang: Full
— Overall Length: 41"
— Weight (Oz): 32
It does come with a black cotton sword bag.How many folds does the Shirasaya have?
The Musha Shirasaya is not folded, however, it is hand-forged.How sharp is this knife?
It is sharp enough to cut paper with the proper skill.
Shipping AvailabilityUnited States
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Ship In2-3 weeks
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