Nihonto: Real Samurai Swords

Nihonto are authentic Japanese swords, nagamaki, naginata, and yari, made by using traditional methods and materials.  These were the weapons of Samurai, who followed the ways of Bushido (code of ethics for the warrior class).  The Samurai sword is thought to embody the soul of the Samurai, according to Bushu folklore, propagated by Tokugawa Ieyasu. Mission: Honor and integrity will be uncompromised in the avocation of nihonto collecting and will be the basis of every item represented.



An outstanding Juyo Token Naginata Naoshi by Osafune Masamitsu of the Kanemitsu Den.

Price: SOLD

Yasuyoshi Tanto

yasuyoshi1 A fine Nambokucho Period tanto from the O Sa school.  Comes with premium koshirae and shirasaya with sayagaki. NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon.

Price: $15,000

Ishido Teruhide Gendaito

An excellent Gendaito signed (Ishido) Teruhide.

Price: SOLD

Tadayoshi Wakizashi

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A beautiful wakizashi with a questionable mei.  A fresh import from Japan.

Price: SOLD

Mino Tanto

A nice Sue Seki, Mino Tanto in original koshirae.

Price: $1000

 Kanabo Masasada Naginata

Kanabo Masasada NaginataA fine Koto Period Naginata by Kanabo Masasada.

Price: SOLD

Koto Bizen Tachi

000_0002A Bizen Tachi from the Koto Period.

Price: SOLD

Uda Hirakuni Tanto

Uda Tanto Hada A very nice NBTHK Hozon papered Uda Tanto.

Price: SOLD


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