In our Asian and Oriental swords section, you will find swords that have their historical origin in Japan, China, or elsewhere in Asia. Shop here for katana, wakizashi, and tanto swords as well as Chinese dao, tai chi swords, and jian swords. We offer these sword types in both functional and decorative variations, so you can find a bladed weapon that suits your needs here, whether you want a decorative weapon to display with pride or a functional, historical sword to wield in battle. While some of the historical blades found here might have modern additions, details, or style, they all have their historical origins in Asia.
The Wind and Thunder Wakizashi works great for tameshigiri, the Japanese art of target test cutting that began in the Edo period. It has a thick, heavy blade and includes a gorgeous wind and thunder design.
The macaque, also called the Japanese snow monkey, knows that survival requires communal support, especially during the winter chill. The Winter Sun Katana mirrors the cold reality of the darkest days of the year in its design.
A prominent figure in several aspects of Japanese culture, Zatoichi is the legendary blind samurai. The Wood Handled Zatoichi Stick Sword is designed after his iconic weapon used in the long running book, television, and film series.
As the enemy approaches, you remain calm and collected. You swiftly wield the Wooden Hilt Shirasaya against them and emerge victorious from the battle. This functional sword looks great on the battlefield and on display in your home.
For those prefer the proactive route to ensuring their safety in the event of a zombie outbreak, we present the Zombie Hunter Samurai Sword. This is a katana style sword that has been tailored to meet your zombie slaying needs.
Great for showing your readiness for the zombie rising, the Zombie Slayer Katana is a must-have for your survival kit. Crafted from carbon steel and donned with green blood silk screenings, this blade is a warning of things to come.