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Edo Wakizashi Toranba Hamon with Kogatana & Shakudō Tsuba

Edo Wakizashi Toranba Hamon with Kogatana & Shakudō Tsuba

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Blade Length: 40.5 cm
Curvature (Sori): 0.7 cm
Mekugi-ana (Peg Holes): 2
Motohaba (Base Width): 27.5 mm
Motokasane (Base Thickness): 5.8 mm
Sakihaba (Tip Width): 20 mm
Sakikasane (Tip Thickness): 4 mm

Double Bo-hi

Overall Koshirae Length: 73.2 cm
Scabbard (Saya) Length: 55 cm
Tsuba Dimensions: 8 x 7.35 cm
White Scabbard (Shirasaya) Length: 60.9 cm



Tōran-ha Hamon: The blade showcases a captivating Tōran-ha (wave pattern) Hamon. This complex pattern is admired for its lively and dynamic appearance, a testament to the skill and precision involved in its creation.

Maki-e and Nashiji Artwork on Scabbard and Handle: Intricate Maki-e artwork adorns the scabbard and handle, depicting karashishi (mythical lions) and peonies. The Nashiji finish adds depth and texture, enhancing the visual appeal.

Shakudō Tsuba with Gold Inlays: The tsuba is made of Shakudō and features gold inlays. The karashishi and peony motif, depicted in gold on the tsuba, is a timeless symbol in Japanese art.

Menuki with Lion Motif: The menuki, decorating the handle, features a lion motif, echoing the theme on the scabbard and tsuba.

Kashira with Bird and Peony Scene: The kashira at the end of the handle is meticulously crafted, featuring a beautifully etched scene of a bird among peonies.

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Customs and Taxes

・Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer’s responsibility.
・Please check with your country’s customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying.
・These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up - do not confuse them for additional shipping charges.

Shipping and Return

  • Swords are shipped from Tokyo, Japan. We manage all the procedures to export the sword.
  • You can't return sword to Japan because procedures are too strict.
  • We work with a shipping company that have experience with Nihonto so you don't have to worry.
  • Please check the rules of your country before importing the sword. We do not take any responsibility, including (not limited to) refund, due to the above reasons.

Export Procedure (We manage it)

・All our swords are registered in the Agency for Cultural Affairs as artwork and The Board of Education(Cultural properties protection Committee); therefore each sword has the registration card, issued by the Board of Education.
・After receiving the full payment of the items,we return the registration card and get the permission from Ministry of Cultural Affairs to export the swords legally from Japan. It will take about 20 business days to do this procedure.
・After the receiving the permission, we will inform you by email and send the items immediately.

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