Are allegedly the preferred weapon that the shinobi of feudal Japan carried. It is portrayed by modern ninjutsu practitioners the weapon of the ninja and is prominently featured in popular culture. Replicas of this sword have also been prominently on display at the Ninja Museum of Igaryu located in Iga,
Mie Prefecture, Japan, since it was established in the mid 1960s. The honorary director of the Iga-ryu Ninja Museum is Jinichi Kawakami. The swords are also prominently on display at the Koka Ninja Village Museum in Kōka, Shiga and at the Gifu Castle Archives Museum in Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan
Historically, there is no physical evidence for the existence of this "katana-like short sword legendarily used by ninja" before the 20th century, though it is believed that the designs demonstrated by alleged replicas are based on the design of the wakizashi or chokutō swords or the swords associated with ashigaru.
Blade Length(without Habaki):71CM
Handle Length: 26CM
Blade Material: High carbon Steel, with hohi(groove)
Blade Feature: Sanding polished
Blade Thickness: 7.0mm
Blade Width: 3.2cm
Scabbard (Saya)Material: hardwood, Lacquered
Scabbard (Saya) Length:76cm
Rayskin(same): white imitated ray skin
Ito: good leather
Sageo: polyester rope
Blade Edge: Razor sharp
Tsuba Material: Zinc alloy
Fuchi &Kashira Material: zinc alloy
Habaki Material: brass
Other Fittings(Seppa, Menuki): Brass
Fittings Feature: sanding polish, plating
Packing: carton box with sword bag
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