1095 High Carbon Steel Blade Nagimaki Samurai Naginata Katana Nagamaki Sword
This nagamaki has a very unique structure. It’s a mix between katana and naginata swords, but the Unokubi-Zukuri blade shape is one of a kind. A traditional Japanese sword, this style has an extra long handle, and was used by the samurai class of feudal Japan. Our nagamaki for sale are entirely handmade by master craftsmen who have studied traditional Japanese and Chinese sword making techniques. Browse our selection of battle-ready nagamaki to discover a full tang blade that is equally ready to be used for practical purposes or a display piece in your home.
The Creation Process
When creating a nagamaki sword, a swordsmith repeatedly heat treats the blade to remove all impurities and ensure the metal is strong and flexible. Each blade is then hand sharpened and engraved to your specifications.
Our nagamaki for sale arrive with a black lacquered hardwood saya, rayskin wrap, buffalo horn koiguchi, silk sageo/ito, genuine same' (rayskin), and premium iron fittings. The tang is secured with two bamboo mekugi and features a hand engraved mei (signature). It is a very good choice for dojo and iaido use, gifts, cutting practice, and display. Our battle-ready nagamaki are sharp enough to slice through all kinds of materials from bamboo to bone without damaging the blade.
Hand Forged, Full Tang Sword
Unokubi Zukuri Style Naginata / Katana Hybrid
1095 High Carbon Steel Blade
Hardwood Saya with Rayskin Wrap and Buffalo Horn
Genuine Rayskin and Silk Wrapped Tsuka
Traditional 14 Stage Hand Polished Finish
High Quality Iron Fittings
Complimentary Sword Bag and Spare Mekugi
Our nagamaki swords can take anywhere from 2 to 3 weeks to create using traditional Japanese blacksmithing techniques.
Blade Length: 27.9"
Handle Length: 15.7"
Overall Length: 47.2"
Width Near Handle: 1.24"
Thickness Near Handle: 0.30"
Point of Balance: 5" from tsuba
Weight (without Saya): 3.11 lbs
Weight (with Saya): 3.64 lbs
Hardness (HRC): 60