Shoto & Wakizashi

The wakizashi is also known as shoto - a short sword with a slightly shorter blade between 30 cm and 60 cm. It was often used by the samurai as a pair of swords (Daishō) worn. In buildings the katana was put down and only the wakizashi (shoto) was worn in the belt (obi). Miyamoto Musashi - so the tradition - was that first samurai to use katana and wakizashi in combat. The founding of the martial art Niten Ichiryū is ascribed to him.


 
Shoto for beginners - white oak
Shoto / Wakizashi made of white hardwood (oak) for your entry into Budo.

Characteristics:
Shoto made of wood - beginners
Good workmanship and quality
Including plastic tsuba & dome
Length: 56 cm
Weight: ca. 320 - 400 g
Material: white oak
12,90 EUR
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Shoto made of ebony - Standard-Shape with Bo-Hi
This unique Shoto / Wakizashi made of ebony is made in the standard shape and has a Bo-Hi groove.

Characteristics:

Shoto Standard with Hi-Groove for e.g. Aikido, Iaido, Kempo, Jodo, martial arts
Suitable for form practicing and contact training
Length: approx. cm
Weight: approx. g
Material: ebony
49,90 EUR
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Shoto made of ebony - Itto-Ryu-Form with Hi
Our beautiful Shoto / Wakizashi made of ebony is made in the Itto-Ryu shape and has a hi-groove.

Characteristics:

Shoto Itto-Ryu-Form with Hi for e.g. Aikido, Iaido, Kempo, Jodo, martial arts
Suitable for form practicing and contact training
Heel for a tsuba (tsuba not included)
Length: approx. cm
Weight: approx. g
Material: ebony
49,90 EUR
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
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