• Musha Bushido Crimson Rain Shirasaya Sword
  • Musha Bushido Crimson Rain Shirasaya Sword

Musha Bushido Crimson Rain Shirasaya Sword

$59.99

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  • 27" high-carbon, hand-forged blade
  • Matching hardwood scabbard
  • Blade is fullered to reduce weight
  • Overall length: 40"


This Bushido Musha Crimson Rain Shirasaya sword brings a hand-forged, high-carbon blade into a no frills shirasaya sword form. The 27" high-carbon steel blade is hand-forged by skilled swordsmiths from the ancient town of Longquan. The blade is fullered to reduce weight and increase the speed of handling, but not so much as to reduce the integrity of the sword. A matching hardwood scabbard completes this simple, yet beautiful, functional work of art.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.78 out of 5
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Jefferey Johnson
Dec 18, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Love it

I absolutely love this sword, the condition it came in was great. The blade is very sharp and well crafted. Since crimson is my favorite color, it’s my favorite new toy.

Love it
 

Nicholas Rutledge
Oct 29, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Amazing Sword

I was given this sword as a gift when I was a child, and since have made a hobby and obsession of competitive sword fighting and armed martial arts. This sword begun my collection, and by chance I came across this site selling what I recognize as my own blade (though many years used, weathered, and repainted). I wanted to leave a review to show respects to a sword that has went through more than most men and continues strong to this day.

Amazing Sword
 

Anonymous
Jul 23, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Surprised.

For a price like this I was surprised how well it handled all my abuses and didn't have any chips on the blade at all, only damage was the tip bending a little when i tried to thrust it through a piece of plastic. Only thing I don't like is how the handle sometime slips down and I'll have to push it back up, and because of the location of the peg, I can't slip a tsuba onto it.

Surprised.
 

Anonymous
Jun 15, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Amazing

Took a little while for FedEx and USPS to get it here, but more than worth the wait. Absolutely gorgeous, well sized, well weighted. Sheath is perfectly made and it slides and locks perfectly.

Amazing
 

Stephen Schroeder
Mar 22, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Satisified

I was pleasantly surprised with this piece. Musha makes products for those of us who do not want to use our higher end katanas on everyday cutting so they make some “no frills” blades. At this price, and at the time a 20% off sale, I consider this a bargain. The hamon is not real, but in no way does that have any bearing on the blade’s ability to cut. It is a 1045 steel. Mine was very sword sharp – sliced the shipping box in two with virtually no effort. Being a shirasaya style, it is blade heavy but feels good when swung. My blade was perfect in that there were no scratches, nicks, etc. All the fittings were tight. The saya was smooth with no blemishes. The rose wood finish is flat/matte, but I plan to experiment with some lacquer to see if I can make it look like all my others. If you are looking for an inexpensive cutter, this should serve you well.

Satisified
 

Stephen Schroeder
Mar 22, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Satisfied

I was pleasantly surprised with this piece. Musha makes products for those of us who do not want to use our higher end katanas on everyday cutting so they make some “no frills” blades. At this price, and at the time a 20% off sale, I consider this a bargain. The hamon is not real, but in no way does that have any bearing on the blade’s ability to cut. It is a 1040 steel. Mine was very sword sharp – sliced the shipping box in two with virtually no effort. Being a shirasaya style, it is blade heavy but feels good when swung. The red wood finish is flat/matte, but I plan to experiment with some lacquer to see if I can make it look like all my others. If you are looking for an inexpensive cutter, this will serve you well.

Satisfied
 

Anonymous
Jan 09, 2016
(5 out of 5)
5 Stars

My wife ordered this shirasaya for a gift. i am happy with it its worth, more than the price tag. it is as they describe, practical. Thank you true true swards. i will be using it for practice, and yes it cuts.

5 Stars
 

TONY
Jun 09, 2015
(5 out of 5)
GOOD DEAL

NOT MY FIRST ORDER. THE PRICE WAS RIGHT. PUT ORDER IN. SHIPPING IS CAREFULLY DONE NO DAMAGE FROM DELIVERY. BLADE IS SHARP. THE SCARBOARD IS TIGHT. I LIKE THE WOOD COLOR. LAST IS I WONDERED HOW SOLDIERS CARRIED THIS WEAPON ON THEIR BODY??? AROUND THE WAIST OR OVER THE SHOLDER. I WAS COURIOS ON THE BELT OR SHOLDER HARNESS.

GOOD DEAL
 

Lance H.
Jun 02, 2015
(4 out of 5)

Katana arrived quickly, this shirisaya is well made and beautiful rosewood finish, single mekugi, no wiggle or jiggle, blade Is sword sharp not razor sharp, fits very snug with saya, couple knicks in blade(not edge) and habaki slightly scratched, for the price this sword is a must buy, full tang 1045 carbon steel with beautiful hardwood. Came oiled, would suggest cleaning yours asap, oil was goopy due to long period of storage. Well balanced and fully functional sword. Thanks Musashi. now known as Musha btw. 4 stars.

 

Michael
Feb 19, 2015
(4 out of 5)

I received my sword today it's great, sharp, balanced, but disappointed after opening and looking at the sword I have some of the coating at the end of the handle peeled off I guess since its not real rosewood? Well thanks anway truesword and will shop again!

 

scott
Dec 27, 2014
(5 out of 5)

great sword hands down! beautiful balence, everything it tight fitting, blade came sharp, and arrived very quickley.

 

samuel hewitt
Nov 24, 2014
(5 out of 5)

oh this sword... beautiful. the dark red/blackish finish is so beautiful itself. the handle is secured by a single wooden peg, the blade is beautiful, came oiled already, nice blood groove, and a nice wrapping. just a bit longer/heavier than I am used to but it is still an amazing sword, a must have.

 

Scott L
Oct 14, 2014
(5 out of 5)

I collect swords and I wanted one that was build this way.. Shirasaya style.I was afraid this was going to be just a cheap wall hanger but to my surprise it is a well made sword and very nice workmanship...The blade is sharp and straight and balanced very well. Very happy with this purchase...

 

Samuel Sneed
Jul 19, 2014
(5 out of 5)

I ordered this sword on July 17th and i got it today and I can say that this sword is a beautiful work of art

I'm thoroughly pleased with my purchase

A Must for first time buyers looking for a reliable sword at a cut rate price

 

William Frattarelli
Apr 09, 2014
(5 out of 5)

What a wonderful sword! It's perfect for beginners, given the low price and that it's a Shirasaya. I have had issues with the blade staying in the hilt; but they have been minimal. I heavily recommend this for beginners and collectors.

 

Ben Vigil
Jan 25, 2014
(5 out of 5)

Great blade for a great price. It's sharp balanced beautiful and durable only complaint is some scratches in the scabbard

 

Chris Phy
Oct 20, 2013
(4 out of 5)

Have not received this product yet but from what it looks like It's gonna be bad (bad as in awesome!!) I personally have never owned a katana, besides a cheap anime sword. I cannot wait to get it!

 

brian calabrese
Sep 06, 2013
(3 out of 5)

Good sword and all but the sheath is so tight that when I pulled it out for the first time it made the metal piece between the blade and handle a little loose. I carved the inside of the sheath a little to fix the problem and its fine now, but gonna have to get some super glue or something to fix the loose part

 

brett schoenberger
Apr 27, 2013
(5 out of 5)

sheath is a lil loose...cut my finger...LOVE IT!

 

shane shank
Apr 25, 2013
(4 out of 5)

I am very happy I decided to purchase this sword. The shipping was fast as always, and I got it two days after ordering. This is the second MUSASHI I have bought. The first was, the more expensive samurai sword, that had the clay temper and authentic hamon. It was very nice, although, it did not come as sharp as I would have liked. The rosewood shirasaya, on the other hand, came razor sharp, right out of the box. I chose this sword, mostly for it's simple, clean look... but was quite happy to learn, that it was fitted with the same blade that MUSASHI uses for their Bushido series swords. The 1045 steel, and impressive sharp edge, make this sword perfect for light cutting ; tatami mats or water bottles. All around it is a great starter sword as well, and I would not hesitate to give it as a gift to someone just beginning their collection. This sword is very well balanced, although, it is slightly heavier than I am accustomed to. It's still a good weight though, and feels very sturdy in the hand. As for it's faults, I can only come up with two. The first is merely cosmetic; This sword is etched with a fake hamon. It's not ugly, but it looks fake, it's wavy peaks and valleys all perfectly even, as opposed to a real hamon, being less pronounced and more uneven, fading in and out as the light catches it. I have seen many a cheap sword, with similar, wire etched blades... this is a quality sword, pretending to look like a flea market knock-off, make no mistake. The second fault, is more important to note; The sword IS full tang, but the handle is secured by only a single bamboo peg. It's fitted perfectly snug and tight, but it raises a concern of mine... I know This sword will stand up very well to light cutting, but I have a hunch, that if you tried to cut through something, like a tree branch, that the impact ,could possibly crack the wooden handle. If you find yourself purchasing this beautiful sword, be mindful when using it... this is not a machete, but a finely honed cutting instrument ( with no Tsuba to protect your fingers ). If you respect this sword when using it, it will serve you well.

 

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