Muichiro Tokito - Demon Slayer Replica Katana Sword

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Description

This is a replica of Muichiro Tokito Nichirin Katana. As a Hashira, Muichiro's katana has the words "Destroy Demons" engraved on the blade. His sword's tsuba is rectangular with hollowed rectangles at each corner accentuated by the green of the tsuka.The saya is matte black.

Swordsmanship style

Mist Breathing: A Breathing Style Muichiro either taught himself. He has become so proficient with the Mist Breathing that he created an entire other technique. The reason Muichiro wears baggy clothing that hide his arms from the line of sight from his enemy could be to further obscure his movements when using Mist Breathing, maximizing the potential of this Breathing Style.

  • First Form: Low Clouds, Distant Haze: The user unleashes a powerful thrust attack in front of them.
  • Second Form: Eight-Layered Mist: The user unleashes eight forward slashes with each one on top of the other in extremely quick succession.
  • Third Form: Scattering Mist Splash: The user releases a powerful circular slash in front of them that can be used to blow away projectiles.
  • Fourth Form: Shifting Flow Slash: The user quickly unsheathes their sword and dashes towards their enemy at blinding speeds and delivers a quick slash from beneath them. This technique is extremely reminiscent of Iaijutsu.
  • Fifth Form: Sea of Clouds and Haze: The user dashes forward at high speed and unleashes a flurry of slashes that cover a wide area while obscuring their movements.
  • Sixth Form: Lunar Dispersing Mist: The user backflips into the air while upside down and delivers countless ranged slashes downwards, capable of decimating dozens of targets at once.
  • Seventh Form: Obscuring Clouds: The personal creation of Muichiro Tokito. A technique in which the user drastically changes the tempo of their movement to disorient their enemy, which seemingly takes the form of clouds of mist enveloping a wide area. When the user shows themselves, their speed will appear to be extremely slow but when they hide, the user moves in the blink of an eye.

General Details

  • Overall Length: 104cm / 41 inches
  • Blade Length: 68.5cm / 27 inches
  • Tsuka Length: 28cm / 11 inches
  • Blade Width: 2.8cm / 1.1 inches
  • Blade Steel: Carbon Steel
  • Blade Thickness: 0.7 cm
  • Sharpness: Unsharpened*
  • Bo-hi: Single bo-hi on each side
  • Saya: hardwood
  • Ito: Faux leather
  • Samegawa: imitation ray skin
  • Fittings: Zinc alloy

Package Content

  • One Sword
  • Sword Stand and sword bag not Included

Blade: The blade of this sword is hand forged and finished. The steel used is high quality carbon steel steel. This sword is not full tang and therefore not battle ready. This sword is unsharpened.

*This sword is ornamental and not full tang, therefore not battle ready. We recommend not to sharpen the blade for your safety.

Cost: Shipping to the USA for $19.95 on all orders (includes Alaska and Hawaii); and Express shipping to Canada for $39.95.  Note that for USA orders over $800 USD, Customs Charges may apply (more info)

Currently we are ONLY able to ship to the USA and Canada (no other countries at this point).

Timelines:

USA orders: Take on average 14-21 business days to arrive, after being dispatched from our warehouse. It can take longer from time to time, and during busy periods such as Christmas.  Processing time is between 1-6 days depending on the product ordered.

Canada delivery times:  Canada orders take on average 14-21 business days to arrive, after being dispatched from our warehouse. It can take longer from time to time, and during busy periods such as Christmas.  Processing time is between 1-6 days depending on the product ordered.

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Gabriel P.

It looks great

Hi Grabriel,

Thanks for your feedback! Glad to know you're happy with your sword. With proper care, I'm positive you're going to enjoy it for a long time.

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