Nami Koshirae Wakizashi

(1 customer review)

Original price was: 960.00$.Current price is: 849.00$.

If you choose handmade saya, the production time at least will be 2 months longer.

■Habaki:Two Piece Habaki(Brass Core)
■Tsuka:Handmade Tsuka(Haichi Style)
■Tsuka Samegawa:White Rayskin (Normal Emperor Node)
■Tsuka Ito:Blue(High Quality Hishigami)
■Kashira&Kurikata Shitodome:Cupronickel
■Saya:Hron Koiguchi、Kurikata、Kojiri
■Saya Style:黑石目塗り (Oil Lacquer)
■Sori:About 1.4CM
■Tsuka Length:20CM
■Bohi:No Bohi
■Material:Smelted Steel (improved by ourselves)
■Hamon Style:Notare Style Hamon
■Blade Style:Shinogi Zukuri
■Heat Treatment:  Clay Tempered
Weight with/without Saya :905g/741g

Warning:The data is just for reference because the handmade products’s data has error.
■Polishing:Sashikomi A





1 review for Nami Koshirae Wakizashi

    Nami Koshirae Wakizashi photo review
    Nami Koshirae Wakizashi photo review
    Nami Koshirae Wakizashi photo review
    Ryan Hawthorn
    January 29, 2023
    The Wakizashi has beautiful grain and is visible in shinogi&shinogi-ji as a sparkling like static you might see on a old TV set..where as in the ha area there is nice rippling activity I can only imagine came from the forging process heating and drawing out over and over of the crucible ignot. The polish,the hamon tie together perfectly with the koshirae all reminding you of rolling waves. The silk feels extravagant in your hands so nice to hold..the ito is nice and tight and the end knots slightly depressed due to the hand made tsuka..The two peice habaki fits well into place giving a welcomed break from the usual one peice habaki ..the kisaki has been polished correctly to give contrast to rest of the blade..the koshirae is nice and neat and well detailed been of good quality..The hand made saya is very refined feeling more like something from the feel of my shin-gunto saya it is very refined thin and precise.The horn beautifully polished to show reflective shine,the koiguichi hand shaped and carved out to fit the habaki snugly and make noto some little things I noticed upon removing the mekugi peg and taking the tsuka off and dismantle I noticed that the habaki the inside peice of it on the ha side the little leg that gos down in front is very fragile it is very thin down the bottom it’s literally like a shaving of brass thick and was allready a little bent down the bottom maybe it needs to be a little thicker so it doesn’t break in time ..Also the seppas are very loose around the nakago and don’t have a tight fit… the nakago is very thin across and in thickness..It was a bit of a trick to get it all Back so it would be tight .Dunno how zsey did it ???I had to use little copper shims..I think if I dismantle again I’ll need to make a sekigane for the tsuba and shim the the seppas..but other than that everything is on spot it’s light feels great in your hand..koshirae very nice the hamon and the polish is the star of the show here excellent job ZSey..The whole thing gos together well the blade slides in smoothly it’s definitely a very nice peice .. nice one ZSey you can take all my stars on this one 5 stars ?⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️…

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