Wakizashi Inmortal Marble Hilt

The wakizashi (Kanji: 脇差 Hiragana: わきざし?) meaning "side inserted sword" is one of the traditionally made Japanese swords worn by the samurai class in feudal Japan. More information...

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, dispatch on 24-May-2024

Wakizashi Inmortal Marble Hilt

Please note: This is just an ornamental item, not intended for real use!

  • Overall length 74cm
  • Blade length 42.5cm
  • Length of the brass habaki 2.5cm
  • Diameter of the tsuba 8cm
  • Handle length 15.5cm
  • Length of the Kashira 9cm
  • Blade width at the Habaki 28.48mm
  • Blade width 10cm off the blade point 28.12mm
  • Thickness of the striking edge 0.40mm
  • Weight approx. 875 g
  • Weight of the scabbard approx. 179 g

High-quality Wakizashi Inmortal Marble Hilt of the Collection "Oriental Arms" made by MARTO®

Certificate of Origin and Quality. Made in Toledo, Spain.

The wakizashi being worn together with the katana was the official sign that the wearer was a samurai or swordsman of feudal Japan. When worn together the pair of swords were called daishō, which translates literally as "big-little".

The wakizashi was one of several short swords available for use by samurai including the tantō.

While the wearing of katana was limited to the samurai class, wakizashi of legal length (ko-wakizashi) could be carried by the chonin class which included merchants. This was common when traveling due to the risk of encountering bandits. Wakizashi were worn on the left side, secured to the waist sash.

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