The rich tradition of the Samurai is captured in our line of traditional katana’s and swords. The strict code lived by during the height of each dynasty’s reign emphasized honor, faith and trust. This complex culture proudly displayed these positive traits in everything they did and made. We at MuseumReplicas.com keep that tradition alive. Whether a novice collector or true connoisseur in the ways of the Samurai, you'll find a wide array of weapons for just about any pocket book.
The tsuba and handle fittings on this Longquan Master Nodachi are solid iron. The wooden handle has traditional cord wrapping over genuine, tea-dyed rayskin. A black lacquered and polished wooden scabbard with cord-wrapping houses the blade.
The katana themed tsuba and handle fittings on this Longquan Master Tanto are solid iron. The wooden handle has traditional cord wrapping over genuine, tea-dyed rayskin. A black lacquered and polished wooden scabbard with cord-wrapping houses the blade.
A part of the Paul Chen / Hanwei “Generals Series” line, this katana is made in the memory of the One-Eyed Dragon of Oshu, Date Masamune. The katana has a distinct brown suede wrap placed over white same (rayskin) with a detailed gold menuki.
Honor one of the legendary names of Japanese history with the Takeda Shingen Katana. Featuring a 27 1/8” forged steel blade and real buffalo horn kurikata and kojiri.
Stunning like the enchanting fish it’s named after, the Koi Katana shows the fish swimming cut into the tsuba. Hand-forged T10 high-carbon steel blade. A fantastic complement to the wakizashi!
A fantastic complement to the katana, the Koi Wakizashi shows an elegant Koi fish swimming in the tsuba. Hand-forged T10 high-carbon steel blade.
Kaeru means frog which is the name given to this wakizashi thanks to the amphibian seen on the tsuba. Made by Paul Chen of Hanwei.
The Lion Dog wakizashi is fittingly named for the lion dog found on the iron tsuba. Made with high-alloy HWS-1S steel by Paul Chen of Hanwei.