Introducing the Blood Shadow Katana, a Japanese Samurai Sword made with real handmade Damascus Steel. The blade features a Shinogi-Zukuri shape and a chu-kissaki kissaki shape. It is sharp and has an overall length of 40.9 inches, with a Nagasa (blade length) of 28 inches. The blade width near the habaki is 1.26 inches, while the blade width near the kissaki is 0.91 inches, making it a stylish and functional weapon. The sword's Tsuka (handle length) is 10.6 inches, featuring Genuine Ray Skin and Hard Wooden material. The Tsuba (guard) is made of copper, while the Saya (sheath) is made of Hardwood with Lacquer. The sword weighs 1.4 kilograms, and comes with a cotton sword bag.
Please note that the length of the sword may have small errors, but you can contact us for customized blade lettering or other changes. As the manufacturers, we assemble many commodities, so each shipment might be slightly different. We appreciate your understanding and thank you for your support.
Maintaining your Blood Shadow Katana is vital to ensure its longevity and quality. A sword usually consists of three components: the blade, the sheath, and the accessories. The blade is typically made of iron, steel, or copper, while the sheath is made of wood. To avoid rusting, do not store the sword in a damp environment or expose it to sour or salty substances. Avoid hand touch to prevent the surface from corroding due to perspiration. For maintenance, apply oil to the surface of the sword, particularly for blades made of medium carbon steel, high carbon steel, pattern-welded steel (Damascus steel) material, and stainless steel.
We hope these tips will help you properly maintain your Blood Shadow Katana and preserve its beauty, durability, and exceptional craftsmanship.