Sanemi Shinazugawa - Demon Slayer Katana Replica Sword

$174.95
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Description

This is a replica of Sanemi Shinazugawa Nichirin katana. His katana has a jagged pattern resembling the jaw of a beast in green colour. The tsuba has a shape with 8 points with an overlapping pattern; each plate has a forest green core with a silver edge. The saya is black with white marks resembling scars strewn on it. The blade has the words "Destroy Demons: engraved on one side.

Swordsmanship style

Wind Breathing: A breathing style Sanemi learned and mastered with Masachika Kumeno from an unknown cultivator.

  • First Form: Dust Whirlwind Cutter: The user dashes forward at blinding speeds and slashes continuously in a horizontal cyclone pattern.
  • Second Form: Claw-Purifying Wind: The user lifts the sword upwards towards the right, above their head and unleashes four vertical slashes at once down on the enemy resembling claws.
  • Third Form: Clean Storm Wind Tree: The user unleashes a whirlwind of slashes around their body that can defend them from incoming attacks and slice up their surroundings.
  • Fourth Form: Rising Dust Storm: The user releases several slashes above them from below their target.
  • Fifth Form: Cold Mountain Wind: The user creates several circular arched slashes that increase in size from above their target.
  • Sixth Form: Black Wind Mountain Mist: The user rotates their body in an uppercut movement, creating a tornado of slashes.
  • Seventh Form: Gale - Sudden Gusts: The user leaps into the air while swinging their blade which generates gale-force winds to shred their opponent apart.
  • Eighth Form: Primary Gale Slash: The user leaps into the air and swings their blade which generates circular torrents of wind that slices up the opponent instantly.
  • Ninth Form: Idaten Typhoon: The user backflips into the air and while upside-down, unleashes a powerful gust of circular wind that slashes apart anything below.

General Details

  • Overall Length: 104cm / 41 inches
  • Blade Length: 68.5cm / 27 inches
  • Tsuka Length: 26cm / 10.2 inches
  • Blade Width: 2.8cm / 1.1 inches
  • Blade Steel: Carbon Steel
  • Blade Thickness: 0.7 cm
  • Sharpness: Unsharpened*
  • Saya: Hardwood
  • Ito: Polyester
  • 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.

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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2. Forging

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For the inner core of the blade, impurities are removed and steel created via the smelting process. The carbon level is varied (higher or lower) to get a result of softer or harder steel. The brick-sized piece of prepared steel is then forged until soft, and hammered until elongated. It's then folded over and over until all impurities are removed and the desired shape is achieved.

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The blade is then polished and a handle attached. From there, the sword is adorned with desired fittings and ornaments, engraved (if desired) and lacquer is applied to the wooden scabbard to create a beautiful, functional piece. It's then carefully packed and shipped out using our courier service, arriving at your door safe and sound.

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