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Suzaku - Kikukarakusa Koshirae
Suzaku - Kikukarakusa Koshirae

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[Blade Length: 2.45Shaku], [Hamon: Suguha], [Tsuka length: 8.5Sun], [Tsuka Same: White without navel knot], [Tsuka color: Cotton Black], [Sageo: Cotton Black], [Saya: Kuroro] [Approx. weight without saya: 750g]

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Product Code: 000-IT03


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Kikukarakusa is a traditional Japanese pattern, featuring chrysanthemums (Kiku) and arabesque (Karakusa). As it is elegant and delicate, yet also noble, it has been used on clothes and fabrics since ancient times. The chrysanthemum was originally used as a medicinal plant, and because of its strong life force and rapid growth, it is a symbol of prosperity. Arabesque, on the other hand, grows in all directions, and because of its vitality and vigorous reproduction, it is also considered to be a symbol of longevity. This is why “Kikukarakusa” as a pattern has both the meaning of prosperity and longevity in the hearts of Japanese.

The Kikukarakusa Koshirae is inspired by this classic Japanese motif, and features arabesque patterns on the Fuchi/Kashira for good luck. The Menuki and the Tsuba come in a chrysanthemum theme for prosperity. This sword has been made with these factors in mind to afford the user plenty of good. The blade is made with aluminum/zink alloy.

The Kikukarakusa Koshirae are fashioned individually in the Nishijin area of Kyoto, which has produced brocades with the Kikukarakusa Koshirae for centuries. The Iaito also comes with a certificate with the “Kyoto Japan” Mark.

The "Kyoto Japan" Mark is a mark endorsed by the Kyoto Industry Development Consortium and it's given to companies that protects and develops the traditional craftsmanship in Kyoto, domestically and overseas.

As the Suzuku series of Iaito are made in Kyoto, Tozando has been certified to use the "Kyoto Japan" mark with the Suzaku series of Iaito.

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