Kamakura Tachi by John Lee

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The Kamakura period (1185-1333) was a crucial period in the Japanese history. It is characterized by the first military government (shogunate) which originated in 1192 by Minamoto no Yoritomo. The name of this period is derived from the former seat of government, which was in the city of Kamakura (about 50 km southwest of Tokyo). Together with Armor (Yoroi) and combat knife (tanto) the Tachi was usually worn on the battlefield. The Kamakura Tachi John Lee puts on a deliberately simple design, and thus differs from replicas of later epochs, which were often richly decorated and served only for ceremonial purposes. More information...

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Kamakura Tachi by John Lee

  • Sword in Shinogi zukuri style without fillet (Bo-Hi), hand-forged from 1045 carbon steel.
  • Sharp blade with integrated Hamon line with particularly autentischer optics.
  • Handle wrapped in black silk in classic Hineri maki-style, underlaid with genuine ray skin.
  • Black, high-gloss lacquered scabbard (Kuroro-style) made of wood.
  • Highly detailed baldric leather inserts and high quality, 2-colored cotton Sageo.
  • Long fishing, which is connected two bamboo pins (Mekugi) is fixed in the handle. The sword is thus fully dismantled.
  • It only high-quality, authentic materials are used, no plastic is used.
  • Blade collar (habaki) and washers (Seppa) are made of brass.
  • All trim rate (Tsuba, Fuchi, Menuki, Kashira) are made of metal.
  • Supplied with protective cover in fabric and in a nice collector's box.
  • Handle length 32.5cm
  • Blade length 76cm
  • Overall length (without sheath) 109cm
  • Weight (without scabbard) 1240 g
  • Sharp blade edge

The protective wooden case, in which is the product packaged, comes free of charge.

22-Oct 2020
Z.L.
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