The nami higo koshirae on a katana rack.
Close-up of the kissaki.
Close-up of the hamon and blade.
The brass shonai style habaki.
The tsuba, engraved with raging waves from the ura side.
The tsuba seen from the omote side.
The tsuba mount and wave fittings.
Close-up of the wave themed fuchi.
Close-up of the ura-side menuki.
The omote-side menuki.
Close-up of the higo style kashira.
The higo style pommel seen straight-on.
Close-up of the black cotton sageo.
The koiguchi of the saya.
Close-up of the saya lacquer.
A size chart showing the blade length and related information.
A size chart displaying what tsuka length matches respective blade lengths for iaito.
The nami higo koshirae on a katana rack.
Close-up of the kissaki.
Close-up of the hamon and blade.
The brass shonai style habaki.
The tsuba, engraved with raging waves from the ura side.
The tsuba seen from the omote side.
The tsuba mount and wave fittings.
Close-up of the wave themed fuchi.
Close-up of the ura-side menuki.
The omote-side menuki.
Close-up of the higo style kashira.
The higo style pommel seen straight-on.
Close-up of the black cotton sageo.
The koiguchi of the saya.
Close-up of the saya lacquer.
A size chart showing the blade length and related information.
A size chart displaying what tsuka length matches respective blade lengths for iaito.

Minosaka Nami Higo Koshirae Iaito

$506.42

Featuring raging waves, the combination of fittings on this higo stlye koshirae are exlcusive to Tozando, provided by the Minosaka workshop. Genuine honoki wood and stingray skin are used to create the foundations of the saya over which cotton ito are tightly wrapped in the hinerimaki style.

Made by hand at Minosaka's workshop in Gifu Prefecture, this koshirae is an excellent choice for practitioners looking for a dignified ocean themed koshirae that is durable and will perform well in keiko.