Kagecho Katana with Bo-Hi
The kagecho katana is specially designed for practitioners of Japanese sword fighting arts and very suitable for light tameshigiri
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Made of 9260 spring steel this blade is durable and resilience. This steel is especially resilient to stress and will be merciful with an inferior technique. This katana is a real cutter for frequent light practice.
The blade is handforged and through-hardened till +/- HRC 52 - 53. The blade is handpolished with a chu-kissaki and Bo-Hi.
The Tsuka is covered with real white rayskin and the tsuka-ito is made of black cotton. The Tsuba features the Kagecho Tsuba.
The fuchi and kaskira are matching with the Kagecho Tsuba.
The Menuki features a Mon from Japan.
The saya is black gloss and the sageo is also black cotton.
A fully disassembled katana which are a perfect introduction to the arcane of the Samurai warrior tradition.
9260 Spring Steel
Mekugi : 2
Overall length: 101,5 cm
Tsuka length: 28 cm
Motohaba (bottom width): 3,2 cm
Motokasane (bottom blade thickness): 7 mm
Sakihaba (yokote width): 2,3 cm
Sakikasane (yokote thickness): 5 mm
Weight: +/- 985 gram
Specs slightly differ from piece to piece
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