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How can I place an order? 


You can preview the katana customizer options we offer, choose the katana part you want, and we will make it according to your options, we offer you the options of katanas in blade steel, in saya, in tsuba, and in any texture or color you want, even in seppa, habiki, ito, rayskin, sageo, etc. You can combine them as you want. Color and material options, you can combine them according to your own ideas,Prices will be displayed on the final checkout page, each material or process is different, resulting in a huge difference in price, so all you need to do is to choose the right accessories within your budget to make!

How long do I have to wait for my order to be shipped?


Our katana is handmade, so we will be the first time you choose the corresponding katana parts to make, 7-30 business days for shipment. (Depends on the complexity of the process), of course, the process is particularly complex blade or parts, we will be in the corresponding options marked with the time required to produce, you can reasonably arrange for a good time to make in advance.

 

Unique katana!



The process of making a customized katana is a long honed skill and you will be involved in every aspect of the katana's design, which will be unique, whether you use it for martial arts practice or to add to a collection!


I'm not quite sure how to design katana

If you cannot find your dream katana in the options, you can contact us and share your thoughts with us. We will create a Katana custom guide for you, and then make changes based on your ideas to turn your dream sword into reality


About your sword options



You can choose to include blades, tsuba, saya, habaki, ray skin, sageo, tsuka ito, seppa, as well as sharpening and engraving (engraving is not a mandatory item)

 Blade: Here we provide a variety of materials for you to choose, you can choose the blade you need, here we only provide uchikatana blade, the length of the blade is around 96cm/37.8inch, the length of the finished product is about 102cm/40inch, if you need to change the size, please contact us.

● tsuba: tsuba refers to the protection on the handle, which is usually round or oval in shape. In the tsuba option we offer zinc alloy, copper, iron and copper-gilt-silver options, and there are several types of tsuba to choose from in each of these options.

● saya: saya refers to the scabbard of katana, usually sheath is solid wood paint based, in this option I have provided solid wood paint. Hand-painted paint. Premium solid wood. In this option I offer solid wood paint, hand painted paint, premium solid wood, and metal sheath options, in each of which we will continue to update with various types of styles for you to choose from.

● habaki: The habaki is a piece of metal that sits on the bottom of the blade where the tsuba meets and serves to secure the blade to the tsuba and to tighten the sheath when closing the blade.

● ray skin: ray skin refers to the sticker inside the handle ito, usually there is a difference between the real and the fake, we guarantee that we are using the real ray skin

 sageo: refers to the rope wrapped around the sheath of the katana.

tsuka-ito: ito refers to the rope on the handle

● Seppa: usually there are two pieces of seppa, one between habaki and tsuba and the other between tsuba and fuchi

Whether to sharpen or not: For security reasons, we provide the option of whether to sharpen or not, choose according to your own requirements

● Whether to engrave or not: this option is not mandatory, can be used for your personalized signature, or a specific letter, in order not to destroy the beauty of the knife, please control the length of the characters

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Katana parts names and terminology

Katana parts names and terminology

In the world of Katana, Katana parts names and terminology are very important as most of the Katana parts names use Japanese vocabulary and special nouns. This page can help you understand Katana faster.

A complete list of nouns for various parts of katana
KASHIRA  Metal cap at the bottom of the handle.
MENUKI  Metal ornaments on both sides of the handle
TSUKAMAKI  A ribbon wrapped around the handle.
OYATSUBU  A circular fixture for fixing the handle and stem is inserted through the eye nail hole. It can be made of copper, iron, bamboo, wood and other materials.
FUCHI  The ring at the base of the handle has a hole for the knife stem to pass through.
TSUBA  Hand guard between handle and blade.
HABAKI  collar of the blade.
KOIGUCHI Sheath opening.
SAGEO  a cord used to attach the sheath to the obi.
KURIKATA   A horn or metal ring used to tie sageo.
SAYA  Scabbard
KOJIRI  The cap at the bottom of the scabbard is usually made of animal horn or metal.

 

The professional names of various parts on the body of a samurai sword

A.SAKIKASANE  Thickness of blade tip.

B.MOTOKASANE Thickness of the bottom of the blade.

C.KISSAKI NAGASA  Length of tip.

D.SAKIHABA  Width of blade tip.

E.MUNE  The surface of the katana back.

F.MOTOHABA  Width of bottom of blade.

G.MUNEMACHI  The notch at the top of the blade stem,where the back surface (mune) of the blade begins.

H.HAMACHI  A notch at the top of the blade,where the blade begins.

I.FUKURA  The radian of the blade in the tip area.

J.BOSHI  Blade text in the tip area.

K.YOKOTE  The boundary between blade tip and blade body.

L.KOSHINOGI  Shinogi-ji above the blade tip area (yokote).

M. MITSUKADO  Intersection point of yokote and blade edge of blade body and blade edge of tool tip.

N.SHINOGI MITSUKADO  Shinogi,Koshinogi und Yokote linien.

O.SHINOGI-JI  Blade surface between shinogi and mune.

P.SHINOGI  A chear straight line extending along the longitudinal direction of the blade is the thickest part of the blade (only appearing on katana of shinogi-zakuri) .

Q.JI  The surface between shinogi and nioiguchi.

R.HA  The edge area of the cutter body is hardened by quenching.

S.HASAKI  Asharpened edge.

T.NIOIGUCHI  A clear line separating the hardened blade from the softer part of the blade body.

U.ASHI  Nioiguchi's extension line in the direction of the blade.

V.HACHO  A straight line that determines the length of the blade.

W.SORI  Degree of blade bending.

X.ZENCHO  The total length of the katana,including the stem (the blade length is only the blade body).

Y.NAKAGO NACASA  Length of katana stem.

Z.MAKUGIANA  A hole in the shank for receiving Mekugi (bamboo nail for fixing the blade in the handle).

AA,MEI  Inscription on the hilt (usually the name of the katana maker,but there are often other information).

Now that you have learned the terminology and proper nouns of katana through this article, you also design customize your ideal katana.