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Updated: 28 Jun 2022

Samurai Sword YUKIMURA SANADA style Katana


Delivery Time :5- 14 DAYS
Shipping Zone : Asia , Europe, Oceania, North/South America , Middle East, Africa

■Size : Blade: Approx. 78 cm , Handle: 30 cm , Overall: 108 cm

■Weight: Approx. 1.2 kg (1.5 kg including its package weight)


Toshin(Blade) Zinc alloy(No-edge)
Saya(Scabbard) Red lacquered hard wood with family crest
Tsuka(Handle) Replica skin(black),Black thread, hard wood
Tsuba(Handguard) Metal alloy
Other Parts Metal alloy

*Delivery may take longer, depending on countries or holiday seasons.
*1 inch=2.54 cm, 1.0 kg=2.205 pounds

Samurai Sword YUKIMURA SANADA style Katana

Sanada Yukimura (Circa 1570 – 1615) was a strong Samurai during the Warring States period who spent his life in adversity.

The most remarkable part about his military carrier was his work as the retainer of the Toyotomi clan. Yukimura was present at the Battle of Sekigahara, coordinating Sanada’s unit and pursued defiance against the Tokugawa clan at the Siege of Osaka. Yukimura’s unit is believed to have nearly defeated Tokugawa’s, although Tokugawa’s reinforcements eventually defeated Sanada.

His family crest ‘Rokumonsnen’ represents the six coins in Buddhist culture that you need to offer the sailor when you go across the river, which divides the real world and the afterlife, which symbolizes the clan’s determination showing that they were ready to sacrifice themselves for the family’s sake. The Rokumonsen crest is what is represented on this product as well.






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【About us】
 Samurai Museum is located in Tokyo, Japan, exhibiting antique artifacts related to Samurai history. Samurai Museum Shop is a good place for those who are interested in Samurai culture and Japanese craftsmanship. We deal with antique/replica Samurai swords, armor, sword mountings, traditional Japanese crafts, and so on.

【Please read the information below before you make a purchase】
1. About the Sword
 This replica sword is made in Japan and has no edge(no sharpness) on the blade. Please keep in mind that it isn’t a battle-ready sharp sword and is only made for display.

2. Payment method
We accept payment through Stripe(Credit card), PayPal, Apple Pay, or ChromePay, all of which are secure payment methods. If you prefer other payment methods, please contact us. You may either pay in JPY, USD, AUD, EUR, CHF or GBP. The price is set in Japanese Yen. Prices in other currencies are automatically calculated based on the latest exchange rate.

3. Shipping Duration
 We normally ship via EMS (Express Mail Service) provided by Japan Post. It usually takes at least 5-14 days to deliver the package after you place an order. Please keep in mind that EMS temporarily stops shipping to a few countries due to COVID-19 and other factors. We offer Free International Shipping as long as we can ship your order by EMS. If you like to make sure that EMS shipping is available to your country, please contact us prior to purchasing a replica Japanese sword.

 We will inform you of the order’s tracking number via email. Please make sure you fill out your valid email address correctly. 

*Please keep in mind that due to the spread of COVID-19, there might be possible delays in delivery. If you like to make sure that EMS shipping is available to your country, please feel free to contact us.

4. Notes
 Please ensure that the country of your order’s destination allows you to import replica swords before you make a purchase.
If you would like to see the list of countries to which we have previously shipped replica swords, please jump to this link.

 We usually send out our packages to our customers in these countries and regions below:
USA, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Thailand, Philippines, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, etc.

*This list doesn’t guarantee that we can ship replica swords to these countries now. For the latest information, please feel free to contact us.

5. What is NOT included
 The sword stand in the picture does not come with the product. We sell the sword stands as well. Available here.

6. Caution
 Although this product is indeed a replica sword, you could hurt people when misused. You may not disassemble or adjust the sword. This product is solely made for ornamental purposes.


【Guide to Appreciating Replica Japanese Sword 】
 After you have earned your favorite replica sword, there are countless ways to enhance your Japanese sword experience.
For starters, we have listed up a few things you may like to do with your replica sword.

 Inspect and feel the artistry of the sword. You will be amazed by the maker’s work quality to make it look like a great replica of the Japanese sword.

Find the right place to display
 Katana would look great when displayed in the best way. Find the best place in your house, your office, or anywhere you like so that the sword would be appreciated as much as you like.

Learn the details
 Japanese swords are assembled much more intricately than you may imagine. The replicas also reflect quite a lot of those detailed features of the real ones. You can learn the name of each segment, the joints, and how they all come together to compliment the whole piece.

Learn the History
 Many of our products are the signature models of real Samurai in the past time. You may learn the history behind them and the exquisite depth of Samurai history as a whole. A brief description of how the original sword came about is given below the product pictures.

【Give the Replica Japanese Sword to Your Significant Other】
Are you looking for a unique gift for someone interested in Japanese culture?

We recommend you give them the replica Japanese sword as a present.

All our replica Japanese swords are great to display as they are precisely designed following the traditional Nihonto style.

Katana was the primary weapon of Samurai for a long time during the Samurai period. In Japanese culture, giving a sword to someone means to hope that the sword protects them from evil spirits and misfortune. Therefore, the Japanese sword still has its place in Japanese ceremonial events such as the Japanese wedding. The bride puts a Tanto(primarily known as Kaiken) under their belt, hoping that it protects them. Also, in the Shichigosan ceremony, people give a short Katana to their children wishing for their healthy growth.

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