Wakizashi functional
Dragonfly wakizashi

Many Japanese swords offered today are interpretive copies of feudal Japan antiquities that were made for warriors of small stature who rarely climbed above one and a half feet. As beautiful and expertly designed as these swords are, they may not be perfectly suited to the modern warrior, who has become a substantially taller and stronger version of his historical part!

Shikoto Hidden Samurai Wakizashi
Shikoto Hidden Samurai Wakizashi

This Shikoto wakizashi was inspired and is worthy of the warrior who fights in the shadows - the Ninja hidden in the night. It has a burned 19 3/4" T10 carbon steel blade, seasoned with clay, sharp, extending from a brass habaki and a brass Samurai tsuba. The wooden handle is wrapped in genuine tea-colored skin and brown cord and features brass dragon menuki. The 30 3/4" wakizashi glides smoothly into a black haired wooden hem with brown drawstring wrap details. Also included is a certificate of authenticity with forging specifications, signed by the master swordsman who made the blade.

Wakizashi snake
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This masterfully forged Samurai sword features a beautiful wavy hamon evenly and Finely rendered snake motifs adorning the tsuka, fuchi and tsuba.
Wakizashi Golden Lion
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The Gold Lion Wakizashi reflects the materials, fit and finish of its big brother (Gold Lion Katana, Product No. 88ABK) in all respects except size. It is equally light and fast, and with the same high quality materials, but in a fraction of the size, making it an excellent piece to accompany the Katana Golden Lion, or a beautiful standalone blade by itself.
Wakizashi of wind and thunder
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Hanwei's Wind and Thunder Wakizashi by Paul Chen features a blackened iron tsuba with a raiden motif, theJapanese god of thunder (also known as Raijin). From the sword fuchi and kashira present a JapaneseTomoe motive.
Wakizashi Kami with hem
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Hanwei's Kami Wakizashi has a K120C powdered steel blade forged and folded by hand with a hand-engraved Horimono "Fudo" and Bo-Hi. The folding process creates exceptional hada, or grain pattern, along the blade and is accented by the distinct hamon.
Iaito wakizashi John Lee
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Iaito Wakizashi of John Lee red wood model. The iaito has a borderless Shinogi-Zukuri blade, hand-forged with 420 stainless steel. Habaki and Seppa are made of bronze.
The name of this piece derives from the brownish red color of the pod.