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Samurai & Asian Swords

You cannot talk about Japanese history without mentioning the elite Samurai Warrior. Experts at fighting both on horseback and the ground, the Samurai lived by a strict code of ethics. Instilled with "freedom from fear", they trained rigidly and were considered an aristocratic warrior class. AtlantaCutlery.com carries quality katanas and samurai weapons.

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Dragonfly Katana

#501248
This Katana has a thick, wide, curved and heavy 1055 carbon steel blade with a distinctive teal-green silk cord-wrap and black samé handle. Comes with two protective bags. Overall 40-3/4 inches.
$449.95

Dragonfly Wakizashi

#501249
This classic Japanese battle sword has a thick, wide, heavy and curved 1055 carbon steel blade. Handle features teal-green silk cord-wrap and black samé (ray skin) with black iron furniture. Comes with two protective bags. Overall 31-1/2 inches.
$374.95

Honshu Boshin Wakizashi

#501519
This Wakizashi has a sharp, full tang 1060 high carbon steel blade. Satin finished blade, guard and pommel. Slip-free TPR grip. Includes wooden scabbard with leather wrapping. Overall 32-3/4 inches.
$89.95

Imperial Katana

#501251
This Japanese Katana sword uses only traditional materials for fittings that been crafted in nickel-silver brass. Features a fully sharpened, hand-polished 1055 carbon steel blade, heat treated to a spring temper. Comes with black lacquered scabbard and a blue-violet cover bag. Overall 40-3/4 inches.
$519.95

Jade Lion Gim Sword

#501388
The Lion Gim is a civilian self-defense Wen Jian (Scholar's Sword) with a hand forged, Damascus steel blade. Heavy guard and pommel are cast in nickel-sliver with jade green cord wrapped handles. Matching rosewood scabbards covered with polished samé (ray skin). Overall 36-1/4 inches.
$479.95

Warrior Chisa Katana

#900264
The Warrior Series of Japanese styled swords from Cold Steel offers an affordable blade by omitting the expensive mirror polish and using a more practical finish.
$344.95

Warrior Katana

#501246
$349.95

Honshu Boshin Katana

#601035
This katana sword has a razor sharp, 1060 high carbon steel, full tang blade. Advanced textured TPR rubber no-slip grip.
$119.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Kagemusha Crimson Katana

Absolutely excellent katana for the price! A well-done authentic sword for a bargain-basement price. I collect bladed weapons, and this is the sharpest, most wieldable sword in my possession. Nice display box, also.
Reviewed by: Dennis, January 24, 2019

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

A great sword that can be used or hung up.
Reviewed by: Mark, September 24, 2018

Review of: Brown Ornate Damascus Katana

This was a very nice sword . It is well made . Very pleased .
Reviewed by: Brian, April 16, 2018

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

For the price, you can't find a better FULL tang Wakizashi!  Needed a couple of strokes with my sharpening steel when it arrived, but then it took an edge like a razor.  Durable (been hacking everything in sight) and super light, it moves like a lightning bolt in wind!
Reviewed by: Sam, January 28, 2017

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

I have been wanting this piece for a while and I saw it on sale and bought it.  There is some fitment issues with the handle scales at the crossguard but it is just cosmetic.  Still a great deal at full price!  I will give it a better edge for easier cutting.
Reviewed by: Brad, September 29, 2016

Review of: Trainer Bokken Wakizashi

I may get another
Reviewed by: cody w, September 01, 2016

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

I read the 1st review and hesitated for a while and then this went on sale for 1/2 price and I ordered 2.  I didn't think the oil stink was bad but I work with chemical solvents and probably can't smell much anymore, but the blade was well protected from rust and all wiped off fairly easy with a Bounty towel.  The sheath was EXCELLANT and the metal ends were oiled and wiped off easily.  At first I didn't really like the squared grip handles and considered rounding them off, but now I do kind of like them.  I consider myself a PRO sharpener and this only came with a poor edge but the steel is good and will take a much better edge than they come with.  At first look, the rubbery handles make this look like a cheap sword with a GREAT sheath and if it came with a much fancier handle it would be worth much more even at full price.  I bought 2 while on sale and then bought 5 more while still on sale.  I may round off the handle on 1 just to see how it feels.  This is full tang so if you feel like making a fancier handle, you do have metal to work with.  It really is worthy of a much fancier handle.
Reviewed by: Frederic, December 23, 2015

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

Great Sword for the price!

The handle is a little more square than the usual handle, also the factory edge is rather dull.  Also the grease it comes coated with is somewhat stinky.

Plus plus plus.  The steel is excellent. The sheath is excellent. The weight is great.  I sharpened it myself and it is my favorite little sword right now.  

It is very prone to tarnish, so dry it right away if you get it wet.  

I think part of the reason I love this sword is because it was so inexpensive I don't feel bad using it all the time and getting little scratches all over it.  
Reviewed by: William, December 10, 2014

Review of: Trainer Bokken Wakizashi

Bought tanto, katana and wakizashi for my son and we fight with them pretty frequently. All three are very tough. The proportions and weight make them feel very substantial in the hand. If you compare with the price of flimsy nerf swords, this is a great value, because basically these are pretty formidable as real weapons. I've also found that a piece of foam pipe insulation slides right over the blade and will keep the wife from feinting.
Reviewed by: Alex, November 27, 2012

Review of: Dragonfly Wakizashi

Great workmanship, balance, edge and perfect reproduction of "old" wakazashi, i.e., pre-nineteenth century.
Reviewed by: Harold, September 01, 2012