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The Shirasaya is a sword with a very long history in Japanese sword making. The Shirasaya first came into use when the sword smiths needed a place to store their sword blades. The smiths used a wooden sheath to store the sword blades until they could be fitted. Later the Shirasaya was used by the Samurai to conceal their swords when sword carrying was banned in Japan. With the arrival of the 21st century the Shirasaya has started to make a come back as a stylized sword.
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Does not look anything like picture. I ordered this sword which is supposed to be black and a red one from another vendor. I wanted one of each color for a decorative wall piece. Read morePublished 3 months ago by joshua meyer
Strong, beautiful, balanced, and SHARP just as the ad said. I like it so much I intend to purchase two more for relatives for Christmas.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Can be use as a home invasion self defense secondary weapon, or to chop up some fruits in the mid air.Published 10 months ago by user01
100% real sword. Very nice the black painted wood is very smooth. Definitely great quality!!Published 10 months ago by ryan bland
I absolutely love this thing. it's sleak, it's sexy, and most of all it's sharp. the blade itself is sturdy, and while it may be a bit heavy it is definitely worth the money.Published 11 months ago by caleb
I was disappointed in this purchase. The blade is sharp but not as sharp as you would expect. You could tell it was a hastily applied machine edge and not hand sharpened as... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Frank