Chokutō Sword


Discover this exceptional Chokuto with its straight T10 steel blade for cutting and collecting. A unique and rare item inspired by the pre-Katana era when Japanese swords were straight.

  • Hand-finished
  • Ultra-Resistant Steel
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Chokutō Sword
Chokutō Sword £200.00
Katana Stand
1 × Katana Stand
Yellow Silk Bag
1 × Silk bag
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Chokutō sword specifications

  • Hand-forged by our master swordsmiths.
  • Straight full tang chokuto blade in T10 steel sharpened on request.
  • Saya (鞘): green lacquered wooden scabbard with white painted floral symbol.
  • Sageo (下げ緒): green.
  • Tsuka (柄): synthetic black stingray leather handle with engraved black fuchi.
  • Mekugi: bamboo.
  • Tsuka-ITO (柄糸): braided green above the handle.
  • Tsuba (鍔): rectangular in black iron.
  • Habaki (鎺): gilded.


  • Blade length: 72 cm
  • Overall length including handle: 102 cm
  • Length with scabbard: 105 cm
  • Handle length: 27 cm
  • Blade thickness: 0.7 cm
  • Blade width: 3.2 cm
  • Weight: 1.5 kg
  • Package weight: 2 kg

Inclus dans le Colis

  • Katana stand: Not included
  • Scabbard: Included

Chokutō Sword: design and finishes

This Chokuto features a precision-ground, full-tang t10 steel blade with a brilliant silver hue. The rectangular black iron Tsuba, adorned with engraved patterns, protects the wielder’s hands. The black stingray leather handle features a green Tsuka-ITO, while a gilded Habaki majestically crowns the transition between blade and guard. This Chokuto sword is a unique and rare masterpiece, perfect for the most demanding collectors. It is stored in its green scabbard, decorated with white patterns.

What is a Chokutō sword?

The Chokutō, or “straight sword”, is an ancestral Japanese weapon used before the 10th century. Its straight blades were worn on the belt and used for stabbing or cutting. Before the advent of differential tempering, which gave katanas their curvature, Chokutō were straight and resembled Chinese swords. Their popularity declined with the emergence of the katana sword. Despite their rarity today, their style still reflects Chinese and Korean influences.

Additional information

Blade Material: No selection

T10 Steel

Guard (Tsuba 鍔): No selection

Rectangular in black iron

Handle (Tsuka 柄): No selection

Wood and PU Black Samegawa

Tsuka-ITO (柄糸): No selection

Green diamond braid

Habaki (鎺): No selection


Scabbard (Saya 鞘): No selection

Green-lacquered hardwood, white floral motifs

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Overall length including handle (cm): No selection


Length with scabbard (cm): No selection


Handle length (cm): No selection


Blade thickness (cm): No selection


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