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DescriptionPut this Three Piece Wind God and Buddha Samurai Sword Set proudly on display and embellish any room in your home, office or dojo. This Wind God and Buddha Samurai sword set makes an awesome gift for any man, woman or child (under 18 with adult supervision). This Wind God and Buddha sword set features three samurai swords, each with painstaking detail from handle to scabbard. The scabbards of each Samurai sword are constructed Burgundy or Black lacquered bamboo, with delicate gold accents. Each of the three Samurai swords has a full tang for balance and stability, and each handle is hand wrapped with black cord for exceptional grip and precision. Each Wind God and Buddha Samurai sword features a beautiful cast metal tsuba that features the great Buddha himself. The total lengths of these Samurai swords range from 39 1/2 inches, to 31 1/4 inches, to 21 1/2 inches. Each blade is forged out of sharp 440 stainless steel. This Three Piece Wind God and Buddha Samurai Sword Set comes complete with a hand carved sword stand with fine gold leaf Japanese characters. This Three piece Wind God and Buddha Samurai Sword Set is a beautiful addition to any collection, so order yours today at this amazing low price, while supplies last!
The katana (刀?) is a type of Japanese sword (日本刀, nihontō?), also commonly referred to as a "samurai sword". In the strictest sense, the term katana in Japanese is applied to any kind of single-edged sword, of any origin; contrary to common belief outside Japan, the Japanese word does not necessarily refer to a Japanese sword. But incorrectly or habitually, some Japanese and Western sword enthusiasts define katana as the standard size moderately curved (as opposed to the older "tachi" style featuring more curvature) Japanese sword with a blade length of greater than 60 cm (23.6 inches).
The katana is characterized by its distinctive appearance: a curved, slender, single edged blade, circular or squared guard, and long grip to accommodate two hands. It has historically been associated with the samurai of feudal Japan, and has become renowned for its sharpness and cutting ability.
This distinguishes them from the straight-bladed chokutō, which was brought from China by way of Korea The chokutō is speculated to have been the first "sugata" type the katana took on, being modeled after the imported swords. This emergence of the first nihontō took place the same time period as the beginning of Japanese feudalism and recognition of the daimyo or "great family" in the late ninth century.
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Three Piece Wind God and Buddha Samurai Sword Set