“Tsuru” (Crane) – For thousands of years the Japanese culture has treasured the crane as a symbol of honor and loyalty.The crane symbol is used on many Japanese heraldic devices and is a theme in many famous works of art. It is a majestic bird which mates for life and is extremely loyal to its partner. The bird is strong, graceful and beautiful. Because of the great importance of the crane, the Japanese people feel that a person who folds 1,000 paper cranes will be granted his or her greatest wish. The blade of the Tsuru sukashi tamewari katana is hand forged , is made of T10 tool steel in a Maru lamination. The blade is hardened differential to the sword to make strong but flexible.
- Blade: The blade of the sword has been constructed from forged differentially hardened T10 tool steel .
- Blade Material: T10 tool steel.
- Saya: The Saya is wooden with a high gloss black finish with one-third rayskin. The Sageo is black a Shigeuchi . Koiguchi- kurikata and kojiri made from horn.
- Tsuba: The tsuba is Iron.
- Tsuka: The habaki is brass .The fuchi-kashira are handmade copper with higo nut design and crane menuki made from brass. The tsuka core is wooden with white samegawa and black silk ito use hishigami. The tsuka features a two pinned bamboo mekugi.
- Tsuka Length: 29Cm
- Fittings: Handmade Copper.
- Overall Length: 106Cm
- Blade: Razor Sharp
- Blade Length: 72Cm
- Lamination : Maru
- Polish : Traditional polishing use wet stone
- Hardness: 41-60 degree
Price : Rp.4.600.000
Status : Out Of Stock