This is a Japanese tachi made of pure copper scabbard. Because it uses pure copper, the weight is heavier than a normal tachi. The weight including the scabbard reaches 2096g, and the weight without saya is 1317g. Very exquisite sword fittings, the blade is forged with high-carbon steel, and the heat treatment method is to use the method of making the blades covered with soil, so that the blade can show the real hamon. While ensuring that the hardness of the cutting edge is high enough, it also takes into account the overall toughness of the blade to make it difficult to break. And also made a very big modification on the hamon. Like a real Japanese sword, this tachi is fired with a T-shaped detail, which is called Koashi in Japan, which is very difficult to make.
qiantian japanese tachi
This is a Japanese sword made of pure copper scabbard. The blade is forged with high-carbon steel, heat treated with real clay tempering method, and polished with 3A grade sashikomi. The total blade length is 71 cm