This black and white sword, a replica of a Ninjato, is named after the straight-edged weapons used by the mysterious ninjas of Japan. It is made from 1095 high carbon steel, laminated using the maru (single steel) method to enhance its durability for cutting. The steel has been traditionally tempered with clay and water-quenched to produce a genuine hamon with a much harder, hazuya stone-polished edge.
The full tang handle features a traditional hineri-maki (cord wrap style), over a rayskin wrap, while the scabbard is crafted from wood and finished with a robust matte coating. The fittings are a blend of alloy, brass, and copper, engraved and adorned with the Japanese fish symbol - a representation of love and friendship. This Ninjato is ideal for use in tameshigiri (cutting practice), Iaido training or as decor.
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