The Musashi Warrior Katana features a hand forged high carbon steel blade with hamon and bo-hi groove. The cast metal tsuba features a black finish. The grip is wood with genuine ray skin and a black cotton cord wrap. The saya is wood with a deep red lacquer finish. Includes a cotton sword bag.
Anthony Michael Pantano –
good looking blade feels great in the hand,looks great and affordable price
ivan s. –
A European sword buyer Sword arrived in 1 week to
europe good value sharp,tight nice saya definitely will buy again from KOA
Rodney D. –
Redneck enthusiast Good cutter came sharp but I sharpened it even more it is battle ready as listed great for the money and then some was very surprised by the Hamon on the blade I feel it will hold up for a long time as long as you are not an idiot and try to cut down trees with it
Sky F. –
Amazing. Better than expected Amazing first sword. Quality control is quite good, and the details and finish are great. Tough, thick blade, and beautiful lacquered saya. Note: the handle isn’t nine and three-quarters inches. It’s twelve inches. Other measurements are correct as far as I can tell. I wanted a sharp, sturdy, REAL sword to swing around, and I got it. I didn’t have to pay two or three hundred dollars for it either.
Elias Katsaros (verified owner) –
I just received my Musashi Warrior Katana , the only thing I have to say it’s very good quality !!! And a beautiful sword, also very sharp. You can not beat the price, thank you very much for selling good quality swords . This is the third one I ordered Elias Katsaros
Elias Katsaros (verified owner) –
I just received my third Musashi Katana, and all three have the same excellent quality.
I have about nine swords from Kult of Athena, they are all beautiful, but the best cutters for water bottles, are the Musashi Katana swords.
FallenChaos (verified owner) –
Amazing sword, very good quality and for the price you cant go wrong.
Asa-punk aka Eddie Smith –
I got one of these for Christmas in 2020. I come from a European sword background & have been collecting smreplicas since 1995. In general I find replica Japanese swords to be better constructed per $ than European swords; i think this is to Japanese swords always having had a market for functional swords where European swords largely lacked this before around 2000.
This is the 2nd katana i have owned, first i still have lol
I personally wanted a katana with simple fittings of steel, good steel, differentially hardened but not as hard as some katana (being used to softer European sword edges g what they can do) not too expensive but with a says that wasn’t the typical black gloss.
Well this katana fit my requirements like a glove!
It is very sold and after test cutting on bamboo & other targets it has stayed tight. Wrap could be a bit tighter but certainly isn’t loose. The tang (nakago?) Is signed which is surprising at the price point. Granted it looks like it was done with a Dremel tool but for a detail many would not look for or expect it’s fine.
I would say it’s a good beginner to intermediate level katana for a practitioner of Japanese sword arts or a good sword to practice with for those trained in other styles that want a katana but are not wanting to invest a lot.
I’ve featured it in several of my YouTube channel vids here are a few:
My initial showing of the katana
Cutting bamboo (way too hard bamboo BTW)
Cutting water bottles with a few swords in abandoned building