Full view of the tagayasan bokken.
Close-up of the wood grain and tsuka-gashira.
Another close-up of the tagayasan wood grain.
Close-up of the tagayasan bokken's main body.
The dai-kissaki of the bokken that Aramaki is well known for.
Alternative angle of the dai-kissaki and monouchi.
Alternative view of the full length of the tagayasan bokken.
Full view of the tagayasan bokken.
Close-up of the wood grain and tsuka-gashira.
Another close-up of the tagayasan wood grain.
Close-up of the tagayasan bokken's main body.
The dai-kissaki of the bokken that Aramaki is well known for.
Alternative angle of the dai-kissaki and monouchi.
Alternative view of the full length of the tagayasan bokken.

Tagayasan Bokuto

$148.62
Size
The Tagayasan (Senna siamea) is a broad-leaf tree from the legumes family and is grown natively in Southeast Asia countries. In Japan, Tagayasan is also called Tettouboku, literally meaning iron sword wood, and, like the blackwood or purple wood, it is considered representative of high quality wood.
Premium Hardwood Tagayasan Bokken
The wood is hard, durable and resistant to corrosion. One of the characteristics of Tagayasan is that it takes a long time to grow �E¿½E�E�E¬�E¿½E up to 100 years �E¿½E�E�E¬�E¿½E until it can be used for wood.
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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You may also enjoy reading an articles about Tagayasan wood on Tozando Blog.


Features
Made of high quality Tagayasan wood
"rd-like ridged spine
Rounded handle butt
Varnished finish
All handmade by Japanese expert craftsmen
Made in Japan


Total length: 101.5cm (approx. 40")
Blade: 75.5cm
Handle: 26cm
Weight: Approx. 600-700 grams

**The overall length of Short one is 54.5cm
but no description for Blade, Handle and weight
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