Full view of the iaito with the saya and the picture of Akechi Mitsuhide
Full view of the Kissaki tip
Close-up of the Hamon and the Hi groove
Close-up of the Tsuka and the Tsuba
Close-up of the Menuki
Close-up of the Tsuba area
Close-up of the Tsuka
Close-up of the saya
Close-up of the sageo
A size chart showing the blade length and related information.
A size chart displaying what tsuka length matches respective blade lengths for iaito.
Full view of the iaito with the saya and the picture of Akechi Mitsuhide
Full view of the Kissaki tip
Close-up of the Hamon and the Hi groove
Close-up of the Tsuka and the Tsuba
Close-up of the Menuki
Close-up of the Tsuba area
Close-up of the Tsuka
Close-up of the saya
Close-up of the sageo
A size chart showing the blade length and related information.
A size chart displaying what tsuka length matches respective blade lengths for iaito.

Akechi Mitsuhide's Akechi Koshirae

$772.48

The blade Akechi Koshirae is known as a treasure of the Akechi clan and this version is a faithful reproduction of the original family treasure that is exposed today at the Tokyo National Museum. The Fuchigane is made of iron and Tsukagashira and Tsukagashira made from buffalo horn. The theme of the Tsuba is Hyotan Sukashi. The Tsuka is navy blue silk and wrapped around a black Tsukasame Menuki of finishes are silver plated antique. The Sageo is navy blue silk. The size of the blade is available up to 2.45 Shaku. Weight without Saya is 800 grams (2.45 to Shaku). This sword has great balance with a reinforced alloy of zinc and aluminum. Each element of this sword is carefully assembled by hand by expert blacksmiths who are also in charge of the manufacture of Shinken (real Japanese blades). Features A sand-casted, reinforced zinc/aluminum alloy blade Single grooved Hi Approximately 800 gram without the Saya(for 2.45 Shaku) Navy silk Tsuka Katatemaki wrapping over fully wrapped blackned stingray skin Silver-plated brass Fuchigane Blackened watter buffalo horn Tsukagashira Iron Tsuba with Hyotan Sukashi design Diamond-shaped Menuki Deluxe Shu Urumi Saya Handmade in Japan