Dojo Pro Katana Model #23

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  • Dojo Pro Katana Model #23 Willow tree tsuba
  • Dojo Pro Katana Model #23 Willow tree tsuba
  • Dojo Pro Katana Model #23 Willow tree tsuba
  • Dojo Pro Katana Model #23 Willow tree tsuba
  • Dojo Pro Katana Model #23 Willow tree tsuba
  • Dojo Pro Katana Model #23 Willow tree tsuba
Now: $150.00
Was: $295.00


Dojo-Pro Katana Model #23

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With over 30 katana models for sale, Ronin's dojo pro line of samurai swords is the largest Japanese sword line in the world. Each unique tsuba is based on an actual antique Japanese katana. The pro line is extensively tested yearly, with testing videos published on you tube having received nearly 5 million views. Ronin has destroyed over $10,000 in swords to help educate the public in what our swords can, and can not do. Ronin strives to produce a safe and reliable workhorse sword that is welcome in dojos around the world. Ronin is a global brand with retailers based in the United States, Europe, and Japan.


Steel: Through hardened 1060 steel samurai sword
Saya: Hand cut and polished buffalo horn Kurikata, Koguchi and Kojiri.
Weight: 2.6 pounds
POB: 4 1/2- 5 inches
Length in saya: 42 inches
Tsuka: 11 inches
Blade: 28 inches
Habaki to tip: 27 inches
Ito: Silk
Sageo: Synthetic silk
Fuchi: Backened iron
Kashira: Blackened iron
Menuki: Brass

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2 Reviews

  • 4
    Absolute steal at $150

    Posted by Trevor Mathews on Sep 11th 2020

    So I’ll start first by saying I 100% recommended this sword. At close to $300 it’s a damn good buy, but for the close out of $150 it’s an absolute steal! I’m a collector of European arms and armor, and this is my first Japanese sword, but is buy far the best deal I have ever gotten on a weapon. To keep it simple I’ll say everything is absolutely perfect except for a few, very minor nitpicks. The inside of the saya has a rough finish so it leaves a bit of residue on the blade occasionally, but I’m sure it’ll stop after some time, and use. There was some gunk, or slight tarnishing on the habaki, but it was a very small spot and came off after a few seconds with some steel wool. Also the fuchi isn’t necessarily loose, but has the SMALLEST amount of play in it, but when handling the sword, or cutting with it, you would never be able to tell. Other than those things, it’s perfect. The fit and finish is immaculate, the edge sharpness is amazing (sharpest sword out of the box I’ve ever gotten) and the overall look, feel, and handling is exceptional! This is quickly becoming my second favorite sword, right after the Ronin Euro Model #3 of course!

  • 5
    Dojo pro #23

    Posted by Bizzle283 on Sep 2nd 2020

    This is a high quality well balanced sharp practical blade and a great bargain at $300 dollars. Its a must buy at the $150 sale price I paid.

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