The Japanese Yari was an essential Senjo (battlefield) weapon of the Samurai and due the length and size a great skill was necessary to use it.
This elegant deluxe Yari is made using a Ebu made entirely of one piece of genuine 100% Buna (Japanese Beech) having a fine grain all over the length and lacquered in gorgeous Kuro Shuiro (dark vermellion) with a hand painted Maki-E Ryu (dragon).
The gold plated fittings Kuchigane and Ishizuki match with the carefully wrapped Kaburamaki and offer a unique contrast with the Tachiuchi part in Aoi Tho Maki (blue bamboo wrapped). A Ho wood Saya is included.
Weight w/o the Saya: 1070 g approx.
Total length: 196 cm
Blade length: 24.5 cm
Blade material : reinforced zinc aluminium alloy*
One piece Buna wood Tsuka
Saya: selected Ho wood.
Proudly made in Gifu, Japan.
The Yari is constructed only by Japanese craftsmen in Gifu, not created by either non-Japanese labor or by mass production system: please allow us 3-4 weeks for the production.
*A zinc aluminium alloy is not made for cutting or any action which involves any impact to another object.
*Due the size of the product the shipping is only available with UPS. Please select UPS as a shipping method at the shopping cart.
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14 ~ 30 days
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