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【July Special Discount】 10% OFF on all Koryu (stylized) Bokken. ( until July 31st)
【O'Bon & Summer Holidays】 For "O'Bon Period", Seido will be closed from August 8th and will resume operations on August 17th. The office will be closed and there will be no order processing or shipping during this time (all our suppliers and workshop will be closed as well). However, our team is taking work home and will continue to answers emails as soon as possible.
【The Seido Blog】 We have just released our blog. On the next few weeks, we will be releasing a lot of articles about how to choose your equipment, Japanese craftsmanship, demonstrations, videos, etc. Stay tuned and bookmark > The Seido Blog
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The wooden weapons proposed by Seido are manufactured by one of the last four traditionnal workshop in the south of Japan, in the region of Miyakonojo (Kyushu), Horinouchi, Nidome, Matsuzaki and Aramaki. Seido is the only company in the world (including Japan) working with these 4 workshops simultaneously. Our weapons are selected according to the specialties of each workshop, the time of manufacture as well as the pricing. If you have got a preference for a particular workshop, please contact us for quotation.
In this section, we will present a series of bokken, jo, and tanto sets, as well as a complete bokken, jo and tanto set. Just like for our individual weapons, these sets are available in different woods such as red and white oak, isu no ki, sunuke, etc. You can refer to the page "How to choose your Bokken/Wood" to help you make your choice. Please note that all models are not available in all wood types. Please refer to the detailed information on each product page.
All bokken can be engraved directly in our facilities within a few days.
Finally, most of our weapons can be ordered either painted (urethane) or unvarnished. Unvarnished weapons require more maintenance but their touch is without comparison. Unvarnished weapons are significantly more expensive because of the more extensive polishing and because these are oiled by our team with camellia oil.