Anime Inspired Typhoon Swell Samurai Sword With Scabbard
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  • Double-edged blade
  • Sleek stainless steel
  • Fang-like guard design
  • Cord-wrapped handle
  • Painted hardwood scabbard
  • 40" overall length


Add a new addition to your prized anime collection with this sword! This inspired Typhoon Swell samurai sword features a double-edged 28" stainless steel blade with a blood groove spanning the center of the blade. The uniquely designed, fang-like guard has an attractive brass finish and is very distinctive. The handle is wrapped in cord with a decorative pommel and ornament. It comes to you with a painted hardwood scabbard.


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Review Fri,March 18 Reviewed by Devone Baldwin on Mar 18, 2016   5 out of 5

Beautiful sword stright out the anima samurai champloo i love everything about the sword its gotta be sharpend more an its not all that for combat but it is a nice sword i will be geting more.



Nice Display Piece Reviewed by on Nov 14, 2015   3 out of 5

I was hoping that this sword would have a sharp edge to it. It does not, nor could I get it to hold a decent edge after sharpening. I like the design, and looks good on my wall.



Reviewed by doug jarrett on Jan 01, 2015   5 out of 5

Keliikinolua Kelekolio, the reason you cannot draw your sword from the back is because you do not strap a samurai sword on your back it is impractical. i know mugen does in samurai champloo, but it is a cartoon. so remember it is impractical and almost impossible to draw a samurai sword from your back.



Reviewed by Ambrose Brown on Jan 01, 2015   5 out of 5

Got mine a couple months ago...it's fun to play with ...but i finally finished sharpening it ..now the real fun begins. ..lol..very light in the hand definitely not a defensive weapon but good buy for this price...i just like samurai shamploo..that why i bought it. .get it and have fun with it..and definitely sharpen it..take my word for it



Reviewed by Keliikinolua Kelekolio on Jul 23, 2013   3 out of 5

the strings on the sword for the strap was tied all diffrent ways so i had to undo all and retie them. sword not sharp. not completely accurate but closes one ive seen. it is not full tang blad didnt go all the way through the handle. and blade insanly thin so bends easy. but cool to look at nd cosplay. fan of the anime sure to get sword.. no matter what way i tie it i can never pull the sword out from my back lol



Reviewed by nathan podgurski on May 24, 2013   4 out of 5

I just got this sword today and the tip of the blade is about an inch from being straight. Other than that its a great sword



Reviewed by Jimi Gomez on Nov 28, 2012   4 out of 5

When i draw the sword, the gold piece at the end of the sheath stays on the base of the blade rather then staying on the sheath, but super glue fixed that problem. This sword is a lot smaller than my other swords, but that makes it very nice to swing around, it is defiantly light but not very sturdy. Sheath is plastic and blade is dull, but its for display so 4/5.



Reviewed by aaron michaud on Jul 22, 2012   5 out of 5

the typhoon swell may be my favorite sword of all time. Its very close in detail to the one seen in the anime series Samurai Champloon. i love it.



Reviewed by Zach Evans on Apr 13, 2012   4 out of 5

The sword itself is great. Not sharp, but that's an easy fix with some patience and a file. I'm not having any problems with the golden piece on the end of the handle. The sheathe, however, is plastic. The site says hardwood, but that's definitely plastic. The inside is some kind of wax that comes off on the blade when you draw it. I', hoping that after time, that will stop. Overall a good sword if you loves Samurai Champloo and want a wall prop.



Reviewed by Matt Connell on Oct 13, 2011   4 out of 5

The sword looks amazing. The only slight problem I had was that the blade wasn't perfectly straight. It wasn't a big issue though, after all it is just for display. The attention to detail is fabulous and looks exactly like Mugen's sword. It will look very impressive once I get it hung up. The sword is just for looks only. I would not feel comfortable at all with swinging it around. This is a must have for any Samurai Champloo fan or anyone who just wants a really unique sword in their collection. The sai style tsuba really makes it all stand out.



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