Practice Swords - Senbongiri
Then name of the sword was given by the Senbongiri - the practice of performing 1000 consecutive cuts on various targets. This practice has seen a partial revival in recent years, especially in the west.
This sword features a hand forged T10 blade that has been differentially hardened using traditional clay-tempering which reveals a stunning hamon in the notare style.
It comes as standard with no bo-hi but a half bo-hi can be specified to save on weight and push the balance point further up the blade for ease of cutting toward the kissaki.
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