Miscellaneous Japanese Weapons
Yari, Naginata, Kama, and More. These are all functional
weapons and not stainless steel wall hangers. Polearms are normally only
available in the dojo store due to the cost and difficulty of shipping them.
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This sword replicates the Gunto of a high-ranking Japanese army officer of the Pre-WWII and WWII era. These swords were made from 1933 onwards by a group of highly-skilled swordsmiths at the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo and are known collectively as the Yasukuni swords. Only 8000 of these swords were made and many were destroyed, so in recent years they have become highly collectable. Hanwei is producing these very accurate replicas for collectors unable to afford or obtain originals.
The Tetsubo or Kanabo is a Japanese war club used by the
strongest samurai. It is often associated with the
mythical oni. Our hand made octagon Tetsubo
is made of laminated oak slabs embedded with steel
rivets. This massive weapon weighs over 10 lbs.
These tetsubo are custom made to your specifications.
This is the Kanabo shown on Spike TV Deadliest Warriors.
After seeing the slow motion video, we have worked to
improve the mounting of the steel rivets. After
testing several methods (and losing allot of rivets),
our latest test showed rivet retention going from 0% to
100%. This change has made this a truly functional
weapon of awesome proportions
The Naginata, famed weapon of the Sohei, or warrior
monks, of medieval Japan was fearsome in the hands of a
skilled combatant and is today of great importance in
the martial arts field. This naginata, while retaining
its traditional qualities, has been revised to better
meet the needs of the martial arts practitioner
qualified to use an edged weapon.
Hand forged in 1065 high-carbon steel and edge
tempered, using a traditional claying method, the
naginata blade is at least the equal of the originals.
Mounted on a long tang to better absorb the shock of a
blow, the blade has a strong distal taper for balance
and quickness. The delicately engraved tsuba features a
silver butterfly motif. The one-piece staff (ebu) is
very strong, featuring a traditional tear-drop
cross-section for easy recognition of blade orientation
and a black non-slip finish for better control of the
weapon. The naginata is supplied with a wooden saya and
The Yari was an essential battlefield weapon of the
Samurai and took great skill to use and maneuver due to
its length and size. The Yari design is based on
originals dating to feudal Japan. The blade is forged in
T-10 high-carbon steel and triangulated and double-edged
with a deep fuller on the flat side of the blade.
Differential tempering results in a clear hamon on each
edge. The tang is long to absorb the shock of a blow and
the one-piece staff construction reinforces the
durability of the spear.
This yari is modeled after the su-yari or
"straight-spear" design. The shaft (ebu) is finished in
a deep black lacquer and have a flattened side at the
bottom section for blade orientation. The fittings
(koshirae) follow distinctive traditional designs. This
Yari features a long (16-3/4") blade and a black
lacquered sheath (saya).
The rattan wrap version has a more compact 11" long
blade, making for a faster weapon. It also features a
rattan wrapped section at the upper grip, making this a
visually stunning piece.
The Shuriken (darts) of the Ninja included various
projectiles such as dirks, darts and star-shaped discs,
all forming part of the art of shurikenjutsu, which was
an important part of the Ninja's armoury. This Shuriken
Set contains six darts in a forearm band. The
darts are black plated in the Ninja tradition.
The Practical Shinobi Ninja-to, whose construction
patterns closely that of the Practical Katana, is a
wonderful addition for those studying the Way of the
Ninja. The blade is hand-forged from a high-carbon steel
billet and is differentially hardened using a
traditional claying method. All the fittings (koshirae)
are finished in antiqued black iron. The ornate tsuba
displays the kuji-kiri (energy-channeling hand
positions) employed by the mystical ninja. The tsuka is
wrapped in a synthetic ray skin (same), available in
black or white, and the tsuka-ito is in durable synthetic
black leather. The saya has flat black finish with
demon-head bindings for the black Japanese cotton sageo
and an intricate kojiri. A sword no practitioner of
Ninjutsu should be without.
The neighboring Kouga and Iga clans of feudal Japan were
bitter enemies for centuries and their warring Ninja
families have been immortalized in Japanese literature.
To commemorate these secretive warriors the Hanwei
forge has introduced the Kouga and Iga Ninja-To.
We do not sell weapons to anyone under the age
of 18 without permission and consent of a parent or legal guardian. These are
real weapons and not toys. They are very sharp and should always be treated with
care. They are not prop weapons and are not designed to be used for theatrical
duels. They are not designed to cut down trees, cut through cinder blocks, stab
through cars, or any other torture test. Be careful to never put yourself or
anyone else in danger.
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