Second Generation Japanese Anime Ninja Sword
In Stock!

Fast and Accurate Order Processing

We offer standard, 3 day express, 2 day express, and overnight express shipping options for your convenience. If you place your order Monday - Friday by 2:00 PM EST using one of our express shipping options, your order will be processed and shipped the same day it is placed!

Applies to delivery within the 48 contiguous states only.

Engrave this item?

 Include Sword Gift Bag

  • 440 stainless steel blade
  • Hardwood handle
  • Matching scabbard
  • 40-1/4" overall length

This Japanese manga/anime sword features a 26-1/2" blade of 440 stainless steel with satin finish that will make it a showpiece in your anime sword collection. The sleek wooden handle features a heavy groove that continues to matching scabbard for a seamless look when it"s closed.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.00 out of 5
Write A Review (Click)

From: .

1 - 2 of 2 Reviews (View All)
dont buy with high expetations Reviewed by on Mar 22, 2016   2 out of 5

the sword was my first buy from budk and I was a little disappointed the blade tip was bad and strait out the scabbard it had glue or some gunk and the blade was rusted in some places but for the price its ok if your looking for a show piece paint it ur self because it was faded and chiped
Response: We apologize for the condition of the product you received. This is unacceptable and we'd like to make it up to you. Please contact customer service at 866-246-7164 and we will refund you the purchase and shipping amount or we could send you a replacement if you'd prefer. We are truly sorry for this inconvenience. Sincerely, BUDK Customer Service

Good Inexpensive ninja sword Reviewed by Will on Oct 18, 2015   4 out of 5

I bought two of these for a friend who thought they wanted them, but refused them when they arrived and saw they are rectangular in cross section, instead of a round cross section, as we were both expecting, neither of us having looked closely enough at the picture. They both measure 39 1/4 inches long in the scabbard, and 36 1/4 inches long without the scabbard. A nice length, though an inch shy of the catalog description. They measure roughly an inch by an inch and a half in cross section, nice and even, well rounded edges, and painted a dangerously pleasing flat black color, so it will be nearly invisible in the dark. The long full length shallow groove on each side keeps it from looking like a piece of lumber. The 27 inch blade seems to be a strong, very slightly flexible steel almost 4mm thick (the description says 440 stainless, and I have no reason to doubt it). I am particularly fond of stainless steel in sword blades, as they last so well for so long (even centuries). In addition this blade has a nice wave pattern hamon (temper line), which is fake of course, and would unfortunately be nearly ground away if you give it the fine edge a ninja sword deserves. However, if you don't have access to the proper power equipment, it would take many hours of work by hand to give it a fine edge, and you may not want to bother. According to my little rare earth magnet, the tang goes about half way into the handle and so far seems very firm. I have only whacked and stabbed a big cardboard box, and not given it any kind of torture test yet. Should the blade ever get loose, I intend to drill through both the handle and tang and insert a peg (mekugi) to fasten it firmly in the time honored way. I find the tip of a bamboo chopstick makes a cheap strong mekugi. Though these swords have no visible closure, the friction is exactly right on both of them to allow for instant drawing, yet tight enough so they don't fall out of the scabbard when you leap from roof to roof and down into the occasional courtyard. At first I was annoyed with being stuck with them, but they are growing on me and I am comfortable adding them to my collection. They are good for the price, and if you want to do the work of sharpening and drilling, you could end up with a really deadly ninja sword, especially if you don't mind its unusual "flat stick" shape, which no one would ever guess contained a weapon.

1 - 2 of 2 Reviews (View All)