Full view of standard bokken in white oak.
Close-up of the back of the kissaki and upper mune.
Side-on view of the kissaki.
View of the tsuka and flat tsuka-gashira.
Full view of the shoto variation in white oak.
Full view of the red oak daito.
Full view of the red oak shoto.
Full view of the bokken in isu.
Close-up of the tsuka on the isu version of the bokken.
The isu shoto seen in full.
Close up of the isu shoto's tsuka.
Close-up of the kissaki on the isu shoto.
Full view of standard bokken in white oak.
Close-up of the back of the kissaki and upper mune.
Side-on view of the kissaki.
View of the tsuka and flat tsuka-gashira.
Full view of the shoto variation in white oak.
Full view of the red oak daito.
Full view of the red oak shoto.
Full view of the bokken in isu.
Close-up of the tsuka on the isu version of the bokken.
The isu shoto seen in full.
Close up of the isu shoto's tsuka.
Close-up of the kissaki on the isu shoto.

Standard Bokuto

$47.71
Material
Size
**Standard Red Oak Bokken - Shoto

This bokken is made of one-piece, solid Japanese red oak habitated in the southern Kyushu islands. 100% Japanese Red Oak, 54.5 cm. Flat spine. Made in Japan.
The actual color or the wood grain may differ from the image due to the nature of product.

**Standard Red Oak Bokken - Chuto

This is a medium size bokuto especially for children and young practitioners. This bokken is made of one-piece, solid Japanese red oak habitated in the southern Kyushu islands.

100% Japanese Red Oak, 91 cm.

Flat spine. Made in Japan.
The actual color or the wood grain may differ from the image due to the nature of product.

**Standard Red Oak Bokken - Daito

This bokken is made of one-piece, solid Japanese red oak habitated in the southern Kyushu islands.
100% Japanese Red Oak, 101.5 cm
Flat spine. Made in Japan.
The actual color or the wood grain may differ from the image due to the nature of product.

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**Standard White Oak Bokken ( Shoto Chuto Daito)

This bokken is handcrafted at a wooden weapon manufacturing workshop in Miyazaki prefecture, where most of Japanese bokken are produced.
Made of one-piece, solid Japanese white oak (Shiragashi) from the southern Kyushu islands.

The actual color or the wood grain may differ from the image due to the nature of product.

Tsuba and Tsubadome are sold separately.

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Features
100% Japanese White Oak (Shigarashi)
Flat spine (Hiramine)
Flat Tsuka end
Varnished finish
Handmade in Japan


Dimension
Long (DaitŁEE)
Medium (ChūtŁEE)
Short (ShotŁEE)
Length (cm)
101.5
91
54.5
Blade (cm)
75.5 68
41
Handle (cm)
26
23
13.5
Handle section (mm)
37x26 35x25
35x25
Approximate weight*
550-600 390-460
280
*Due to "nature of the material, weight is given indicatively and can be subject to variation.


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**Standard Isu Bokken (Only Shoto and Daito, no Chuto)

This Standard Isu Bokken Short is made "esilient Isu wood. Suitable for practicing kodachi techniques. Length: 54.5cm( 22inches), Weight: 240grams( 8.5oz). Features a flat spine and flat butt. Made in Japan.

What is Isu?

Isu wood comes from a tree that is officially called "Isu no ki".
Isu no Ki produces a exotic hardwood which can be split into Isu and Sunuke wood and can mainly be found south of Kyushu islands.
This wood is characterized by the fine grains and the warm and charming coloration, which ranges from a light creamy color to the dark chocolate color of Sunuke, gives it a feeling of exquisiteness. Isu is a hard wood, however, due to it's nature as a young wood, it's more prone to dents and damage due to impact, which is why it's not recommended for intense contact practice.
In the last few years, this material has become more and more rare, especially Sunuke which is extremely heavy and hard, and is mostly used