Sokojikara Clay Tempered T10 Steel Katana Sword - Royal Blue
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  • 28 1/3" T10 carbon steel blade
  • Iron tsuba, collar and pommel
  • Cord-wrapped ray skin handle
  • Royal blue lacquered wooden scabbard
  • Overall length: 41 1/3”

The process of clay tempering this T10 carbon steel blade gives it the strength and flexibility, which is the hallmark of a high-quality sword. Through this differential hardening process, clay is used to create the difference in temperature on the edge and the spine of the blade to achieve a blade that is a masterpiece of perfection. It just doesn’t get any better than this! You're getting 28 1/3” of sheer beauty and power! The katana is further elevated by the keen attention to detail in the iron tsuba’s design. The tsuba is accented with a brass blade clip and menuki. The handle is ray skin wrapped in soft blue cord. Its perfection is completed with the royal blue lacquered wooden saya. Measures 41 1/3” long overall.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 5.00 out of 5
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Follow on review Reviewed by Jeffrey McMullen on Apr 24, 2016   5 out of 5

This sword has grown on me. The blade is really good. It is very solid, well balanced, and strong. It is an excellent cutter. The wrapping and all of the furnishings remain tight after several weeks of moderate use. I was a little hard on this sword on my first review.

Good sword Reviewed by Jeffrey McMullen on Mar 26, 2016   5 out of 5

I like this sword. It has an excellent blade and cuts well. Good balance, weight and fit. The handle cord wrapping was good, the Menuki looked a little cheap and the bamboo pins were not finished or sanded down in anyway and look sloppy detracting from what should be a nice Show piece. There are other swords in this price range that are better and there are swords for less that are better. The ray skin is also sloppy looking. The blade is what makes this sword attractive to me. I compare this to the CAS Hanwei Practical XL Lite Katana. Comparable workmanship, better components, better blade. The Sokojikara gets hurt mostly for the sloppy workmanship on the handle. I buy a lot of swords and will get the bamboo one too. I am very happy with BudK overall. Just one question, if I actually order the stuff in my cart, can I get a date with that cute blonde on the Pop up?

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