|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)|
Prices vary depending on selected options.
Nylon Bag for Bokken & Shinai with shoulder strap
Made in Japan
Available color: Black & Navy Blue
Name plate option: Synthetic leather embroidered name plate (maximum 1 name)
This model is made of particularly strong nylon. The shoulder strap will allow to carry 2 bokken comfortably on your shoulder. Synthetic leather reinforcements at the bottom of the cover for better resistance.
Please note that this cover is for Bokken or Shinai only, and the length is not sufficient for transporting a Jo.
For Bokken, Jo & Tanto sets, please see the Carry Bag Bokken/Jo/Tanto (nylon) model.
|Model||For Bokken & Shinai 34||For Shinai 37||For Shinai 39|
|Max weapon length||103 cm||113 cm||119 cm|
|Full length||105 cm||115 cm||120 cm|
|Weight||260 g||300 g||340 g|
"Name Plate" Option: Optionally, you can add a name plate embroidered with your name. This plate is made of synthetic leather, and will be directly integrated on the bag before shipping.
Please note: given the little space available, it is only possible to embroider either a first name, a last name, or a word (Aikido, Aikibudo etc.)
For more information about Japanese embroidery, please consult the page "How to Choose your Japanese Embroidery".
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
Tatsumi Ryu Bokken - Red Oak
Made in Japan (Kyushu)
Chevroned Spine | Flat Butt | Long Kissaki
Red Oak available
This Tatsumi Ryu Bokken is made from a single piece of red oak from the southern islands of Kyushu (Japan). With the most pronounced curvature out of all Koryu Bokken and also because of its thickness, the Tatsumi Ryu is a very specific weapon and hard to recommend outside of the Tatsumi Ryu practice.
The distinct shape of this Bokken is inspired by the early 16th century Katana: short, heavy and strongly curved, designed to damage an armor to the maximum. Hence, this Bokken can be of interest for practitioners of old Koryu, focusing on battlefield/armored combat.
- Wood specie: red oak
Available finish: Standard Finish or Seido Special Finish.
- Manufacturing workshop: Aramaki
In 2021, with concerns for the workers, all workshops greatly reduced the number of urethane varnished weapons and replaced the finish by a "Candle Wax". Seido is now transitioning to a new finish offer for the majority of its weapons.
Standard Finish: At Seido, we complete the workshop finish with Camelia oil treatment by default. This is the standard Seido finish.
We do not apply any additional polishing for this finish, so some weapons might have a slightly rough surface.
For maintenance, we recommend that you oil your weapons about once a month with a vegetal based oil.
Seido Special Finish: For this special Finish, we first apply a Camelia oil polish (oiling and sanding the weapons with oiled sand paper), then we finish the weapon with high quality beeswax. This finish makes the wood as smooth as it can be and guarantee an excellent protection for several months.
For maintenance, we recommend at least to oil your weapons every month or so. You can also apply wax a few hours after oiling your weapons (if some oil remains on the wood, remove it with a piece of cloth or tissue).
Tatsumi Ryu Bokken Specifications Wood Ichiikashi (Red Oak) Weight 800 ~ 900 g Full length 95.5 cm Blade length 69.5 cm Tsuka length 26 cm Tsuka diameter 46 x 32 mm Mine Kenmine (chevroned spine) Tsuka shape Hanmaru (rounded butt) Kissaki Long Kissaki Sori Heavily curved (~40 mm)
*Due to the hand-made manufacturing, color and weight may vary from one weapon to another.
About Tatsumi Ryu School:
Founded in the early 16th century by Tatsumi Sankyo, Tatsumi Ryu Heiho is one of the oldest "Sogo Bujutsu", an "all inclusive" school still alive today. Its curriculum contains Kenjutsu techniques (Odachi, Kodachi, Nito), Iaijutsu (Odachi), Naginata-jutsu, Yawara (armored Jujutsu), Sojutsu (spear), Bojutsu (Bo and Hanbo), Shurikenjutsu, Hojojutsu and strategy. Tatsumi Ryu has been well preserved over time and many well known practitioners partially spread Tatsumi Ryu through the Meiji revolution period, notably within the Metropolitan Police.
It is important to note that authorized teachers are established in Australia, France and Spain.
You can discover the Tatsumi Ryu training through our Youtube videos.