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  • Padded Training Katana

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    This is a two-handed sword, with the blade made of soft, elastic components, which enables you full safety during training. Outer fabric guarantees long life of the product and high resistance for any damage of blade. The Blade has an additional core hardening. This sword is designed for thrusting practice, or for light training in pairs without heavy strength involved. It is not intended to use this weapon to hit any hard, metal or sharp items. Used too much whilst having hard hits while fighting may cause damage to them. The plastic hilt is covered with rubber for stronger and stable grip. Rounded guard (tsuba) is made of plastic, a soft disc with openwork design.

    Safety: For safety reasons, we suggest to use groin protectors and masks for face protection (especially eyes) during the training with this type to the weapon. 

    Important: This type of weapon is designed for light training without the use of heavy protective gear. Hits on hard elements, for example, wooden shields, or metal masks without soft overlays may cause damage of the weapon. 

    Blade length: 77cm
    Total length: 105cm
    Weight650g

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £24.39 Incl. Tax: £29.27

  • Highlander - Duncan Macleod Katana

    This iconic Dragon Katana was wielded by Duncan Macleod in the Highlander series and movie Highlander: Endgame. Duncan was given the katana by his mentor Hideo Koto whilst training in Japan. Hideo had been ordered to commit ritual suicide by the shogun for harbouring a foreigner and give the sword to Duncan shortly before his death.  

    This item is now out of license but made to the same exact specifications as the original licensed product. It features an impressively detailed faux ivory dragon-head handle, 420 stainless steel blade and red lacquered scabbard.

    Length: 104cm
    Blade Length: 70cm
    Weight: 1.5kg
    Blade: 420 Stainless Steel
    Edge: Sharp
    Scabbard: Lacquered Wood

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £116.65 Incl. Tax: £139.98

  • Highlander - Connor Macleod Katana

    The Connor Macleod Katana was wielded by the immortal Connor Macleod in the cult 80’s movie Highlander. Connor took the sword upon the death of his friend and mentor Juan Sánchez Villa-Lobos Ramírez in 1547 at the hands of the Kurgan. It was forged by the legendary smith Masamune as a wedding gift for Ramirez, remarking it was “one of a kind”. This sword was used to defeat the Kurgan in 1985 and 10 years later (with a reforged blade) to defeat the immortal Kane.

    This item is now out of license but made to the same exact specifications as the original licensed product. It features an impressively detailed faux ivory dragon-head handle, 420 stainless steel blade and black lacquered scabbard.

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    Length: 104cm
    Blade Length: 70cm
    Weight: 1.5kg
    Blade: 420 Stainless Steel
    Edge: Sharp
    Scabbard: Lacquered Wood

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £118.80 Incl. Tax: £142.56

  • Bushido Katana

    Bushido, or “Way of the Warrior”, defines the code of conduct an honourable Samurai must follow and the Hanwei Bushido katana is designed to perpetuate this tradition. The blade of the Bushido katana is hand-forged and folded from K120C powder steel, with a medium-length (chu) kissaki. The saya is deeply lacquered with inlaid brass cherry blossom (sakura) flowers. High-quality ray skin (same) is used on the tsuka. The tsuba is crafted in blackened and bronzed iron, with detailing in gold and silver and a battle scene decoration. The tsuka-ito and the sageo are woven from premium Japanese cotton. The fuchi and kashira are of blackened bronze with brass detailing, and the kojiri, koiguchi and kurikata are of polished buffalo horn. The habaki is a one-piece brass construction.

    Please note: Our range of katana, wakizashi and tantō are all made by hand and will feature the minor imperfections relating to this method of manufacture. This process ensures each piece is as unique as their historical counterparts.

    Total length:  101cm
    Blade length:  69cm
    Grip length:  29cm
    Weight:  1190g
    Blade thickness (base):  0.6cm
    Blade thickness (CoP):  0.5cm
    Blade width (base):  3cm
    Blade width (CoP):  2.4cm
    Point of Balance (PoB):  14cm
    Edge: Sharp
    Scabbard: Wood Saya lacquered with inlaid brass cherry blossom (sakura) flowers

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £592.20 Incl. Tax: £710.64

  • Koi Katana

    The Koi Katana from Paul Chen has a hand-forged T10 high-carbon steel blade. The blade on this katana is differentially hardened using the traditional claying method. The Koi Katana is mounted in black and white and features black same, the tsuka-ito is made of premium white Japanese cotton. The saya is finished in a deep black lacquer with a black and white striped cotton sageo. A finely rendered Koi, with true front-and-back detail, forms the black iron tsuba. The fittings are superbly antiqued adding to the aesthetics of the piece. The Koi katana from Hanwei is supplied with a protective cloth bag and traditional maintenance kit.

    It is said that a Koi swims up rivers and climbs waterfalls with bravery, not unlike a Samurai warrior. As well, it is said that if a Koi is caught, it will lie still beneath the knife, facing its death bravely like a Samurai facing a sword.

    Please note: Our range of katana, wakizashi and tantō are all made by hand and will feature the minor imperfections relating to this method of manufacture. This process ensures each piece is as unique as their historical counterparts.

    Overall: 114cm
    Blade Length: 72cm
    Handle Length: 37.5 cm
    Weight: 1276g
    Point of Balance: 13cm
    Sori: 2.86cm
    Blade Steel: T10
    Edge: Sharp
    Scabbard: Black Lacquered Wood Saya

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £525.00 Incl. Tax: £630.00

  • Raptor Katana - Unokubi Zukuri

    The Raptor Katana Unokubi-Zukuri (Cormorant's Neck) blade design (also called Nagamaki Naoshi) is patterned after the shape of the Nagamaki, the powerful long-handled sword popular between the 12th and 14th centuries. Notable for the strongly relieved shinogi-ji and diamond-shaped kissaki, the Unokubi-Zukuri Katana provides excellent balance in a strong cutting blade.

    Please note: Our range of katana, wakizashi and tantō are all made by hand and will feature the minor imperfections relating to this method of manufacture. This process ensures each piece is as unique as their historical counterparts.

    Total length:  110cm 
    Blade length:  72cm 
    Grip length:  33cm
    Weight:  1219g
    Edge: Sharp
    Scabbard: Black Lacquer Wood Saya

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £283.33 Incl. Tax: £340.00

  • Raptor Katana - Nambokucho Zukuri

    The Nanbochuko period in Japanese history (the latter part of the 14th. century) encompassed sixty years of internal conflict in Japan, which spawned a demand for more and bigger sword blades than ever produced previously. Blades became longer and wider, sometimes to extremes (the Odachi had its genesis in this period). Named for this period, the Nanbokucho Katana is impressively sized. With a blade length of 30”, a long kissaki and a weight of just under 3 lbs. it is designed for heavy targets. It is, however, surprisingly agile and nimble enough to master double cuts.

    Please note: Our range of katana, wakizashi and tantō are all made by hand and will feature the minor imperfections relating to this method of manufacture. This process ensures each piece is as unique as their historical counterparts.

    Total length:  113cm
    Blade length:  77cm
    Grip length:  34cm
    Weight:  1330g
    Edge: Sharp
    Scabbard: Black Lacquer Wood Saya

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £283.33 Incl. Tax: £340.00

  • Tonbo (Dragonfly) Katana

    The blade of the Tonbo katana is hand-forged and folded from powder steel, with a medium-length (chu) kissaki. The saya is a deep black lacquer featuring gold dragonflies. High-quality ray skin (same) is used on the tsuka. The tsuka-ito is made of premium purple Japanese cotton. The tsuba is crafted in black iron, with detailing in gold and bronze and an exquisite dragonfly scene decoration. The silk sageo compliments this piece and is elegantly woven in dark blue and black. The fuchi and kashira are black and with bronze and brass detailing, and the kojiri, koiguchi and kurikata are of polished buffalo horn. The habaki is a one-piece brass construction.

    Please note: Our range of katana, wakizashi and tantō are all made by hand and will feature the minor imperfections relating to this method of manufacture. This process ensures each piece is as unique as their historical counterparts.

    Overall Length: 107cm
    Blade Length: 71cm
    Handle Length: 32cm
    Weight: 1049g
    Point of Balance: 12cm
    Sori: 2.5cm
    Steel: K120C
    Edge: Sharp
    Scabbard: Black Lacquered Wood Saya featuring Gold Dragonflies

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £647.50 Incl. Tax: £777.00

  • Bamboo Mat Katana

    Our Bamboo Mat Katana features a chu-kissaki blade of Hanwei's own high-alloy HWS-2S steel, which combines impressive performance with a striking O-choji hamon. This steel is made in Hanwei's new factory, with high-tech equipment, producing a very pure, advanced-metallurgy blade with excellent edge-holding capability and resilience.

    The fittings on the katana feature a bamboo-themed black iron tsuba, textured in a bamboo mat design with a jointed bamboo rim and highlighted with gold-tipped bamboo leaves. The fuchi/kashira follow the same theme and the golden menuki feature a pair of sparrows. The saya is finished in high-gloss lacquer with horn fittings.

    Please note: Our range of katana, wakizashi and tantō are all made by hand and will feature the minor imperfections relating to this method of manufacture. This process ensures each piece is as unique as their historical counterparts.

    Overall: 102cm
    Blade Length: 73cm
    Handle Length: 128cm
    Weight: 1247g
    Blade Steel: HWS-2S
    Edge: Sharp
    Scabbard: Black Lacquered Wood

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £525.00 Incl. Tax: £630.00

  • Great Wave Katana

    The Great Wave Katana made by Paul Chen for Hanwei displays the Tomoe motif used frequently for family crests and shrine decoration. The koshirae are crafted in blackened iron and feature the Tomoe mon. The blade on the Great Wave Katana is hand-forged from T10 high-carbon steel featuring a long (o)kissaki and is differentially hardened to produce a distinctive hamon. The saya is deeply lacquered in black. The rayskin of the tsuka has a premium woven Japanese black cotton wrap with a matching sageo.See models SH5024and SH5022 for the Great Wave Wakizashi and Tanto.

    Please note: Our range of katana, wakizashi and tantō are all made by hand and will feature the minor imperfections relating to this method of manufacture. This process ensures each piece is as unique as their historical counterparts.

    Total length:  103cm
    Blade length:  71cm
    Grip length:  29cm
    Weight:  1190g
    Blade thickness (base):  0.76cm
    Blade width (base):  3.2cm
    Point of Balance (PoB):  13cm
    Sori: 2cm 
    Edge: Sharp
    Scabbard: Black Lacquer Wood Saya

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £454.17 Incl. Tax: £545.00

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