Minosaka Fuchi & Kashira

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  • Minosaka Fuchi & Kashira

    The Fuchi and Kashira are two pieces that complete the Tsuka, the handle of a sword. The Fuchi describes the collar of the handle, covering the opening and connecting the handle with the Seppa and the Tsuba. The Kashira builds the butt of the handle and with it the base of the Tsukaito that is braided around the Tsuka. As other pieces and components of the sword mounting, the Fuchi and Kashira used to be simple and plain, but became thoroughly decorated and worked during the Edo period, developing into decorative ornaments over time. They are made of aluminum, brass, copper and iron, hand crafted by the Japanese Minosaka sword workshop. Offered is a wide range of different patterns, drawings and finishes on the Fuchi and Kashira, giving you the option to personalize your Iaito and Shinken. Sold as pair.

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    Fuchi & Kashira dimensions and material
    Picture Code Name Related
    Iaito
    Description Fuchi
    Length
    Fuchi
    Width
    Fuchi
    Height
    Kashira
    Length
    Kashira
    Width
    Kashira
    Height
    Material
    FK100 Ryu Tokusei
    Koshirae
    Dragon 3.9
    cm
    2.2
    cm
    1.4
    cm
    3.4
    cm
    1.9
    cm
    1.1
    cm
    Aluminum
    FK101 Sakura Tokusei
    Koshirae
    Cherry blossom 3.8 cm 2.2 cm 1.1 cm 3.5 cm 1.8 cm 1.2 cm Brass
    Copper
    FK103 Higo Icho Higo Zogan
    Koshirae
    Higo is a province in south Japan, Icho means Ginko and Zogan refers to a technique of inlaying gold or silver on metal. 4.0 cm 2.3 cm 1.1 cm 3.5 cm 1.8 cm 1.3 cm Iron
    FK104 Higo Nami Edo Higo
    Koshirae
    Higo is a province in south Japan, Nami means wave. 4.1 cm 2.3 cm 1.4 cm 3.6 cm 1.7 cm 1.3 cm Brass
    FK105 Higo Karakusa Higo
    Koshirae
    Higo is a province in south Japan, Karakusa refers to the arabesque pattern. 4.1 cm 2.3 cm 1.0 cm 3.5 cm 1.8 cm 1.6 cm Brass
    FK106 Yagyu Kasumi Yagyu
    Koshirae
    Yagyu is a famous Samurai / clan, typically edged shapes in sword designs. Kasumi means mist. 4.0 cm 2.2 cm 1.1 cm 3.5 cm 1.7 cm 1.0 cm Brass
    FK108 Higo Nawa Toppei
    Koshirae
    Higo is a province in south Japan, Nawa means cord. 4.2 cm 2.3 cm 1.1 cm 3.5 cm 1.8 cm 1.3 cm Brass
    FK110 Guribori Hon Jidai
    Koshirae
    Guribori is a traditional tendril motive. 4.1 cm 2.5 cm 1.2 cm 3.7 cm 2.0 cm 1.1 cm Brass
    FK111 Higo Ishime Shinto Higo
    Koshirae
    Higo is a province in south Japan, Ishime means stone pattern. 4.0 cm 2.1 cm 0.95 cm 3.5 cm 2.8 cm 1.1 cm Iron
    FK113 Higo Yukibana Koto
    Koshirae
    Higo is a province in south Japan, Yukibana means snowflake. 4.0 cm 2.3 cm 1.3 cm 3.6 cm 1.7 cm 1.8 cm Iron
    FK118 Higo Icho Karakusa Kanesada
    Koshirae
    Higo is a province in south Japan, Icho means Ginko and Karakusa refers to the arabesque pattern. 4.0 cm 2.3 cm 1.1 cm 3.5 cm 1.7 cm 1.3 cm Iron
    FK120 Higo Guribori Dotanuki
    Koshirae
    Higo is a province in south Japan, Guribori is a traditional tendril motive. 4.3 cm 2.6 cm 1.6 cm 3.7 cm 2.0 cm 1.7 cm Brass

    Dimensions are taken from the outside of the item. Adjustments will be needed to make the Fuchi and Kashira properly fit onto an existing Tsuka.

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