Shinwa Full Tang Fighting Ninja Katana Sword

  4.5 ( 11 reviews)

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Part #:46 KZSS030CB
  • Full-tang blade construction
  • 1045 high carbon steel
  • Cast iron tsuba
  • Decorative menuki, habaki and pommel
  • Cord-wrapped handle
  • Lacquered hardwood scabbard
  • 41 3/4" overall length

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No ninja sword collection is complete without the addition of this brand new full-tang Fighting Ninja katana from Shinwa. This masterpiece features a 28-3/4" heat-tempered 1045 carbon steel blade that has been handmade and sharpened by artisan sword smiths. Details abound, including a cast iron tsuba and antique-finished zinc alloy habaki, menuki and pommel. The handle is encased in faux ray skin and wrapped with decorative cords, and a lacquered hardwood scabbard houses the blade in traditional style. Discreetly hidden in the end of the scabbard is a wooden breathing reed for when your mission calls for hiding underwater.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.45 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

May 24, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Very pleased

Just received it today. Beautiful sword. Very sharp and everything is tight. For the price you can't beat it. Very pleased!

Gerald Castille
Apr 03, 2017
(4 out of 5)
When Aliens Attack

When the aliens come to take the planet stealth will be the key to winning the war. This sword will help win that war on a cheap budget. It is nicely made and will definitely remove the arm or head of a grey lurking on your premises.


Nov 08, 2016
(5 out of 5)

This Ninja-To is a true Ninja-To of 1980's . Like all of the great Ninja movies . This is a sword for all real modern day Shinobi and Ninja collectors . Buy it today before they are gone .

Adam Payne
Oct 19, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Best buy

Ballance and feel are amazing. Definitely worth twice the price.

Emiliano Salas
Sep 24, 2016
(3 out of 5)
Okay for wall hanger

For the price of $39 it's a nice display piece but I'm not impressed with Shinwa and this will be the last sword I will buy of theirs. Edge rolled when I hit the card board box it came in, it's about as sharp as a butter knife and as heavy as a sledge hammer compared to other functional swords I have. I will stick to Musha and Musashi swords as they are of much better quality and are usually less expensive. Other reviews have to be exaggerated as to the sharpness and now I know why it is only $39.

Kevin Cassidy
Sep 23, 2016
(4 out of 5)
Handsome Sword

My first katana and I really like it. Well packaged, arrived quickly. I love the black finish and the simple design. Feels great in my hand looks nice on the wall and it even cuts stuff :)


Sep 14, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Just beautiful

I just got this badboy in today and I have to tell you it is solid. One of the most solid swords I have ever owned. I was very impressed with it beauty and sharpness thanks for sending it so quick 5 out of 5

Anthony Montagna
Aug 12, 2016
(5 out of 5)

This ninja sword is the traditional real deal!I love bladed weapons always have always will,this sword is awesome,don't let the price fool you into thinking that you get what you pay for,trust me you get a whole lot more than what you put in,solid from top to bottom and gorgeous,the only problem I have with it,it's not razor sharp like they say,but I solved that problem with a little time and skill,I love sharpening blades,and this was no exception,now I guarantee this is at the least a one pig sword,for those of you that know swords you know what that means.the hidden snorkel is cool but not practical.Remember ninja swords have a straight blade,katanas have a curved blade,this is the sword of the original assassin.NINJAS!

Andrew Leflar
Jun 21, 2016
(4 out of 5)
Nice blade, wobbly guard.

So after owning this for around a month now with multiple uses I'm ready to give this guy a review. For those who don't feel like reading through details this sword is worth the price of $50, but if had been much higher (i.e. $80-$120) I can't say I would still recommend it. Pros: The blade is quite sturdy for 1045 carbon steel, and lasted through targets that were way above what a 1045 sword should be used for. The edge out of the box, while not hair shaving sharp, was still a workable edge that could cut through targets (though sharpening it would take away the anodization, so do so at your own risk). The hilt was well wrapped, and has not loosened or warped at all. The tang is also solid, with no welds or fractures to speak of, which is a blessing for a sword in this price range. Cons: Unfortuantely the sword I got had a loose guard right out of the box, though it did not loosen up any more than it already was even after cutting, so it's quite possible I may have just ended up with a lemon. The blade also does not at all in the scabbard. Even lifting the blade up by the hilt and not the scabbard will end in the scabbard falling away, revealing the blade, which can be quite dangerous depending on where the sword is and what's going on around it. Conclusion: As stated above, for $50 I absolutely recommend getting this sword, be it for practice cutting, or as a economical ninjato. If it had been much higher ($80-$120) I would not have been able to recommend it so easily. Absolutely not on par with a $150 ninjato, but it gets the job done, and gets it done rather well.

louis rigsby
Jun 18, 2016
(5 out of 5)
5 stars

why this sword os only 39 dollars remains a mystery,but it is well worth the price,solid,and cuts like a beast.

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