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The lotus seed grows in the muck before emerging as a blossoming stalk. As the bloom fades, the seeds fall into the mud, continuing the cycle of rebirth. The Lotus Seed Katana is inspired by this circular journey of enlightenment.
The Lotus Seed Wakizashi is inspired by the lotus plant, whose cyclical life cycle, from humble seed to stately flower, represents the circular journey of enlightenment. Rooted in mud, the lotus presents a beautiful pure blossom.
A chameleon of the sea hiding in plain sight from its predators, the octopus makes the perfect accent for this concealed weapon. The Octopus Sword Cane features a gorgeous cast octopus at the top of its rigid, carbon fiber shaft.
The red-crowned crane holds profound respect and power in the Japanese mythos, believed to live for a thousand years. The pine tree is another symbol of power, longevity, and wisdom. Both are represented on the Pine Crane Katana.
A Japanese idiom depicts the crane, symbolizing respect and power, as having the final word of authority in a debate. The pine tree is another symbol of power, longevity, and wisdom. Both are represented on the Pine Crane Wakizashi.
Adorned after magnificent kami spirits, the Savior Katana is the epitome of the guardian. Crafted with some strong modern materials, this incredible sword features the exclusive style and efficiency of traditional Japanese weaponry.
Blackest of the black and deadlier than death, the Shi Katana epitomizes the true function of the katana when carried to its ultimate end. The flash of the black skull shaped guard warns any would-be assassin of your lethal skill.
A symbol of mortality, the skull serves as a warning and reminder of the inevitable fate of the living. The Skull Cane with Spike empowers its owner to influence destiny by warding off any who would bring about a too soon end.
Bursting into vibrant color every spring, the sakura, or cherry blossom, soon fades and falls. The Spring Sakura Katana represents this beautiful Japanese illustration of the transience of life with a gorgeous cherry blossom motif.
A fruitful season of growth and vitality, the summer season provides the inspiration for this lovely themed katana. The tsuba of the Summer Lotus Katana expresses a water garden scene with a lotus blossom and tree motif.
The legend of the taotie remains deeply rooted in Chinese culture, going back to the Neolithic age and Shang and Zhou dynasties. The Taotie Jian Longsword uses the mythological gluttonous monster as a decorative motif.
Ominous clouds gather in the distance, thunder and lightning signifying just how close this torrent is. The fearsome dragon of legend escapes his prison, his catastrophic power pouring out in a cyclone from the Tatsu-Maki Katana.