Katana Sword has been a symbol of status in Japan
Katana is a long, curved sword manufactured by the Japanese and is basically an all purpose, pure martial arts weapon. Since ancient times, the Katana Sword has been a symbol of status in Japan. It’s still popular as a martial arts weapon for collectors, enthusiasts, and even for use by the samurai warriors of old.
Even today, many enthusiasts still consider the Katana as one of their most preferred blades. As it has great flexibility and a good balance, this makes it one of the most perfect blades to make as a collector’s item. The high carbon steel and the beautiful curvature make it a great looking piece of collectible or display piece. Many people have enlisted the finest katana swords for their collections nowadays.
There are several styles of Katana swords
The first two types are the Wakizashi and the Tanto. The Wakizashi, also known as the Southern Katana, is made from high carbon steels and has a tapered blade that can be longer or shorter. It can also be forged into a straight sword or have a partial “V” shape. The Tanto is shorter and heavier and is typically forged into a short sword.
Both katana swords are made from the finest high carbon steels known for their strength and flexibility. The length and weight of each style are variable, just like any other type of swords. You can get short katana swords that are around 2 feet long. You can even get ones that are three feet long! Obviously, you’re not going to find them in your local yarn shop, so your best bet would be to look online for them.
Katana swords are also available with a katana scabbard
But this piece is unique because it wraps around the blade with six slits. These slits are designed so that you have a ready cut when you need one. In the past, if you had an immediate opening attack, you could simply swing the scabbard around and catch the attacker off guard. Now, you can block the opening move with the scabbard.
It may seem like a small detail, but a well-made katana adds to its value and prestige. The best katana swords aren’t for display, they’re for fighting. They are designed for serious workmanship and to last for years of close work. For this reason, they are a great investment and a worthwhile piece for your collection.