|Available fonts (style)||4 Japanese fonts, 3 English fonts|
|Depth||The stronger the laser, the deeper the engraving. Superficial is quite discreet, standard is deep enough to stand forever, deep can go up to 1 mm depth and creates a burning effect within the engraving.|
|Free transcriptions||You can write your name in English and select a "Japanese" font, in which case we will take care of the transcription. Note that several translations exist for the same name and that we cannot accept claims. (Please use the text field to add a comment if the pronunciation is unusual. If you already have a translation, please attach a picture). We do not translate expressions or initials, only names or words. Requests for expressions translations will be ignored and refunded. Please also note that initials cannot be translated in Japanese. Consequently, they will always be engraved in English.|
|Number of engravings||
You can order a maximum of 3 engravings per weapon from this page. The modules N1, N2, and N3 correspond to the engravings Number 1, number 2 and number 3. These modules are identical and you can add them in the order you wish. Of course, we cannot engrave twice in the same place, so please pay attention to the chosen positions.
For more than 3 engravings, please contact us prior to placing your order.
|Limitations||We engrave in Japanese and English only (no Chinese, Korean, etc.) For any special request (logo/design), contact us prior to your order. (Undiscussed demands will be ignored).|
|More information||Embroidery workshop & Japanese free translation (on site), Transcription usages (Seido Blog), and the engraving workshop presentation (Youtube)|
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Cotton Cover for Tanto
Made in Japan
Length: 50 cm | Weight: 35 g
Available color: brown only
Solid cotton cover for tanto transport and protection. This model can accommodate a standard 30 cm tanto but also longer models such as the 40 cm model and the aluminum alloy model from Minosaka Iaito workshop. Synthetic leather reinforcements are fitted at the bottom of the cover. With a tie (also made from the same cotton fabric) sewn onto the upper part, the cover can easily be tied up. The metal finish of the strap give it a classy touch.
Prices vary depending on selected options.
Camellia Oil - Tsubaki abura
Made in Japan (Isu Islands)
Ingredient: 100% Tsubaki Oil
Size: 70 mL (2,3 oz) / 118 mL (3.9 oz) / 1 L (33.8 oz) / 1.8 L (60.9 oz)
This oil has been produced on the island of Toshima (Isu Shoto), off Tokyo, for more than a century. It is used by many Japanese wood workers as well as specialists in ancient blade (shinken) who are looking for a more stable oil than the Choji oil.
The 70 and 118 mL are conditionned in glass bottles. 1 and 1.8 L are conditionned in metal cans. Cans are not available in stock and require about a week before shipping.
Treatment with Camellia oil is recommended by the craftsmen who make our wooden weapons. The regular oiling is necessary for unvarnished weapons. It is recommended also for the maintenance of Iaito and Shinken.
Utilization on wooden weapons:
Once every 2 months in the wet season, 2 times per month during dry season. For a better preservation of your weapons, it is advisable to carefully rub them with a dry cloth after each use. When you apply the oil, clean the wood surface by rubbing vigorously with a dry cloth, then apply the oil in a thin layer directly with the hand. Allow to dry.
If your weapons are not painted it will not be necessary to sand, but if they are, sanding will help the wood to absorb more oil.
Note that this Camelia oil is initialy intended for skin and hair care. We've selected this oil for it's unmatched quality: 100% pure camelia oil, no additive, cold pressed, cosmetic grade, almost odorless, and halal certified.
Product Information & Size Chart
Jiki Shinkage Ryu Tanto - Red/White Oak or Isu no Ki
Made in Japan (Kyushu)
Flat Spine | Rounded butt | Short Kissaki
Red Oak, White Oak or Isu no Ki available
Used primarily in the school Jiki Shinkage to practice techniques against Naginata, this Tanto, also classified as Shoto (Wakizashi) by the Jiki Shinkage Ryu, is available in white oak, red oak and Isu no Ki. The relatively long, thin and pointed shape allows to keep it almost as light as a standard Tanto, ensuring a fast and easy handling.
The Tanto Jiki Shinkage Ryu is 7 cm longer than the standard model used in Aikido, and therefore a great instrument to do Tanto Dori with heightened attention, while being an excellent educational tool for teachers. This Tanto is used by several schools, including the Kishinkai in France.
- Choice of wood species: red oak, white oak, Isu no ki.
- Available finish: Urethane varnish or camellia oil polish.
- Manufacturing workshop: Aramaki for all models
- We also offer the Jiki Shinkage Thin Bokken.
Non varnished - Oil polish option:
All our high-end weapons are available in urethane varnish or camellia oil polish finish. Note that unvarnished weapons are much more pleasant to the touch as well as usage.
Unvarnished weapons are are more ecologically-friendly, but they requires regular (monthly) maintenance with oil (camellia or wood maintenance oil) and they can only be made from the finest, Japanese quality woods. Given the need for maintenance of these weapons, our stocks are limited. Also, since the craftsmen must select the best wood possible to manufacture these weapons, the processing time is longer than for varnished weapons. If out of stock or made to order, the shipping time can take up to 6 weeks in case of shortage. Please note that the oil finish process can darken the wood significantly.
Jiki Shinkage Ryu Tanto Specifications Wood Akagashi
Isu no Ki
Weight ~100 g ~120 g ~100 g Full length 36 cm Blade length 24 cm Tsuka length 12 cm Tsuka diameter 26x20 mm Mine Hiramine (flat) Tsuka shape Hanmaru (rounded butt) Kissaki Shokissaki (short) (~1.5 cm)
*Due to the hand-made manufacturing, color and weight may vary slightly from one weapon to another
About Jiki Shinkage Ryu Naginata:
The Kashima Shinden Jikishinkage Ryu evolved from the Shinkage Ryu and the Kage Ryu, which both have disappeared. Its beginnings are situated in the 16th century and attributed to Matsumoto Bizen No Kami Naokatsu.
But the Naginata version is much more recent. Developed in the late 19th century by Satake Yoshinori, a former Jiki Shinkage Ryu student and his whife Satake Shigeo. An emphasis is placed on preserving the Kata in its original form and leaves very little room for improvisation. This art was rapidly introduced into girl's schools, which explains why most practitioners are, still today, women. Jiki Shinkage Ryu Naginata became famous after the victory of several well-known teachers over Kendo practitioners, but the school does no longer focus on competition. More on Koryu.com (article by Ellis Amdur) and on our YouTube channel: Jiki Shinkage Ryu Naginata Jutsu - 34th All Japan Kobudo