Each sword has been called by the swordmaker’s name for centuries, sometimes by the name of the owner; and sometimes each sword has its own name. All below are swordmaker's name. Made by die-cast zinc alloy and silver-plated for blade, ray skin, leather (fake leather), wood, steel (alloy), and silk, rayon or cotton thread. The blade is Koto style. It is a piece of art.
• Real Nihonto have been banned to almost all countries. Nihonto with blunt edges (display) can be exported to certain politically stable countries such as the US and most European countries.
• The weight of each is almost half of the real Nihonto sword (= real steel blade)
• All are Iaito (not only for display. you can use them for practice) and come with Shunkei-nuri display-stand