Ryujin T10 Custom Katana w/bo-hiRyujin T10 Custom Katana w/bo-hi4
IN STOCK Bo-hi Version.
Select and Customize your own style - Any Tsuba, Any Handle and Saya Color - One Low Price, No Hidden Costs - Ships within 1 week!!
Select Your Custom Design from the images above: One Low Price
- Assembled and Shipped within 1 week from Los Angeles!
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This is one of the most exciting developments in the sword industry for YEARS - the option to customize your own high quality, solid performing out of the box T10 tool steel differentially hardened Katana with real hamon WITHOUT waiting for weeks, months or even years - at an incredibly low price and assembled and shipped from WITHIN the United States..
The concept was developed by Mr. Sam Sung, one of the co-founders of Musashi Swords and with the modular assembly system he has developed, keeping a large variety of parts in stock and YOU select what design best suits your unique style WITHOUT breaking the bank..!
Our version of this sword, developed working closely with Mr. Sung and his team, utilizes only the BEST available options to ensure you get the best looking, best performing cutting Katana possible - fully guaranteed to not only meet but EXCEED your expectations. With only the best options available, it is practically impossible to design a bad looking sword. Just pick the components that you like the look of best and let us make it real for you!
But don't make the mistake of thinking these swords are just pretty ornaments - these are serious, practical blades that are surprisingly robust yet traditionally constructed and at our special introductory price, are some of the best cutting swords available anywhere near this price point. The ability to customize them is indeed just a very special free bonus!!
1) Select which Tsuba you wish to be mounted. All tsuba are made from solid iron and all but the Double "C" Ring Musashi and Black Crane tsuba feature REAL gold accents to give the design a splash of color at NO additional cost to you (normally $75 more!). The 'Front' is the Omote and is the side that faces the tsuka, the 'Back' is the Ura and faces the tip of the blade. This is so that when the sword is worn or displayed, the more attractive side faces onlookers, and when drawn, the less attractive part faces the opponent..
2) Select tsuka (hande) ito color from 8 different choices of synthetic silk rayon.
3) Select saya style and color. T920322 has a wood-grain finish. T920911 is the natural wood with clear lacquer finish. T920111 is a standard glossy black, T920121 has a textured finish to minimize finger prints and scratches.
Click the thumbnail to open a high resolution picture of each option or hover your mouse over a thumbnail for a quick view.
This version is only available with a solid bodied (no-hi) blade.
Fuchi and Kashira are generic black iron and will match your overall design and the tsuba you select.
Sageo wrap tends to be black and cannot be specified as it is made at the forge.
No hidden costs, one price for any and all customization selected.
Over 30,000 combinations possible, meaning your sword can be almost as unique as your own personal tastes!
Assembled and shipped from the Ryujin workshop in Los Angeles within 1 week after ordering!
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Featured positive reviews:
So, over the past few years I’ve purchased maybe 4 Katana, all in the $200- $300 range. I have never written a review of a sword, and I just don’t really like to write reviews, that is unless the product just truly stinks. I ordered this katana thinking that I was gonna feel pretty much the same way as the others, the way I feel about the others is... kinda meh. You know, I could live with or without them,sometimes wishing maybe a should have just putt all that money into one great katana, cuz after all, you do get what you pay for right? Well sometimes that’s true, but it seems to me in the Chinese katana market, sometimes spending $100 more on a sword is a big downgrade,and you might just end up with a $150 sword, that’s in no way an upgrade. Every single one of those katana I purchased said things like “razor sharp” “genuine hamon” you know all that marketing crap they tell you. When saw the option to chose my colors and choose the fittings on these katana, I thought WTH, I’ll buy one for a beater, at least I can “design” my sword and have the colors I want. When the description said this sword will exceed my expectations, I truly thought, yeah right, I’ve been though this before. Now here we are, I have katana that’s pretty flipping sharp, I mean it’s not truly “razor” sharp but it’s sharp enough to cut stuff, and to me that’s pretty good for a katana of this price. Is this the ultimate $200 katana? It just might be my friends. At any rate, I’m super happy that I made the move, and bought this katana