Hand Forged 1095 High Carbon Steel Unokubi Zukuri Straight Blade White Chokuto Ninja Sword
Unokubi Zukuri White Chokuto Sword
This ninjato sword is Unokubi-Zukuri style, which refers to the tapering of the tip of the blade around its point of impact. The geometry of this design was originally meant to create a lighter blade that still delivered the same force, power, and momentum of a larger sword. Even removing as little as 100 grams of weight can make a samurai that much faster and lighter on their feet.
In addition to the traditional design of the blade, we’ve also accented this weapon with classic Japanese themes. The blossoms and bamboo on the hilt — picked out in silver and gold plating — add delicate artistry to such a brutal weapon.
Carbon Steel Ninjato Features
Made of high carbon steel, this Unokubi-Zukuri style ninjato has been repeatedly heat-treated and forged to ensure strength, flexibility, and durability. Each of the weapons at Swords of Northshire is meant to be fully functional and battle-ready, so they’re built to last. Use this weapon in the dojo to practice Iaito forms, or cut bamboo and iron wire. Some other features you can expect from this samurai weapon include:
- Hand Sharpening
- Full Tang
- Hand Forging
- 1095 High Carbon Steel
- Traditional 14 Stage Hand Polished Finish
- White Hardwood Saya
- Silk & Genuine Ray Skin Wrapped Tsuka
- Premium Copper Fittings
- Free Sword Bag & Spare Mekugi
Please allow two to three weeks for the forging of your Unokubi-Zukuri sword, as each piece is made to order.
Because of the traditional hand forging methods behind the creation of our weapons, measurements may vary from sword to sword.
- Blade Length: 27.9"
- Handle Length: 10.6"
- Overall Length: 40.9"
- Width Near Handle: 1.24"
- Thickness Near Handle: 0.30"
- Point of Balance: 5" from Tsuba
- Weight (Without Saya): 2.2 lbs.
- Weight (With Saya): 2.6 lbs.
- Hardness (HRC): 60
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