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Mount Fuji is with over 3,700 metres the highest mountain of Japan. In Shinto, the ancient Japanese religion, this sacred mountain plays an important role. `Fu` means empire, `Ji` means warrior and `San` means mountain. The guard (tsuba) of this beautiful katana depicts on one side Mt Fuji and on the other side fighting samurai.
This katana has a length (without scabbard) of 104 cm with a grip (tsuka) of 30,5 cm and a blade of 73 cm. It weighs 1050 g. The blade is made of Damascus steel from 12 times folded 1045 carbon steel with over 8000 layers and is sharp. The blade is made in the Shinogi-Zukuri style with a fuller and a crafted blade pattern (hamon). The grip wrapping is made of brown cotton in the classic Hineri-Maki style underlaid with genuine shagreen.
This katana has a long tang (nakago) which is fixated in the grip by two bamboo pins (mekugi). It also has a black high polish lacquered scabbard (saya) in the Kuroro style made of wood. The katana is delivered including a protective fabric cover and a striking collector`s box.
John Lees models are inspired on historical originals and are high quality weapons. No plastics are used, only high quality authentic materials, like metal, brass, wood and shagreen. Every John Lee weapon is delivered including a seal and a certificate of authenticity.
This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.
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