Tsuka ito is available in silk or in high quality doeskin. To determine how much ito you need to rewrap a handle, take the measurement of your handle in inches and add 4 to that number. That is the number of feet you will need to wrap your tsuka. So, a 12 inch tsuka will require 16 feet of ito to wrap it correctly.
Our sword stands are the perfect compliment to any of our swords. They come in a variety of woods and designs to match any of your needs.
We carry a variety of sword bags to meet your needs. We carry bags for Katana, Wakizashi, Tanto, as well as bags for blades in shirasaya. If you are looking for more protection for traveling we recommend our premium sword bags, as they offer a greater amount of padding.
Fusahimo were used to tie katana bags closed. They were often bright colors to accent the bag. Our fusahimo come in a variety of colors and match up perfectly with our sword bags. They come free with the purchase of one of our imported Japanese sword bags.
Inryo were used to keep medicines and drugs by Samurai during fuedal Japan. They have several different compartments where a variety of items can be carried. These Inryo feature a variety of designs, and work well with our Netsuke.
Netsuke have a long tradition in Japan. They are a form of functional art that has become a popularly collected item over the last two hundred years. Netsuke were used as a toggle to keep objects worn on the obi such as inryo, tobacco pipes, and purses from sliding through. Netsuke were intricately carved from ivory or wood, and were greatly prized by Samurai.