John Lee Fujisan Katana

Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and plays an important role in the ancient Japanese religion Shinto. Fu means rich, Ji means warrior and San means mountain.
The katana has a hand-forged blade made of carbon steel with a fine hamon and has been tempered traditionally. In addition, the steel of the blade has been folded 12 times, that means about 8000 layers have been created which give the sword a beautiful damascus pattern. The sharp blade features a hi (fuller) to reduce the total weight. The tsuba shows Mount Fuji. The handle (tsuka) is made of wood, has been coated with real fish skin and features two menukis. In addition it has been traditionally wrapped in black cotton. The tang is especially long and fixed with two bamboo pegs (mekugi). The scabbard (saya) is made of wood and the blade collar (habaki) is made of brass. This katana has been made according to original museum exhibitions. The sword comes with a certificate of origin, wrapped in cloth and packed in a high-quality wooden box. All measures are subject to estimation.

Blade Material: 1045 Carbon Steel
Handle Material: Wood / Ray Skin / Cotton
Sheath: Wood
Handle Length: 30 cm
Blade Length: 73 cm
Overall Length (without sheath): 104 cm
Weight (without sheath): 1050 g

RRP: 319,00 €

GTIN: 4050346857109
Item No.: 85710
Availability: in stock
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