In Japanese sword terminology, “mumei” refers to a sword with no signature of the swordsmith. Mumei also translate to “nameless”. Of all the swords we’ve designed, this is the only one that we weren’t able to name as there are just a lot of great names to use for this sword as suggested by our followers on Facebook.
• Blade Material: 2nd Gen 1045 carbon steel (purple-bluish coated mono-steel)
• Edge: Fully-sharpened
• Treatment: Hand Forged, Through Hardened, Heat Treated & Tempered, Water Quenched
• Blade Length: 27.25 inches
• Tsuka: 11 inches wood
• Overall length w/o saya: 39.5 inches
• Saya: 29.5 inches wood ishime finish (black pebbled)
• Tsuba / Fuchi / Kashira: Zinc alloy
• Habaki / Seppa / Menuki: Brass
• Tsukaito / Sageo: Black cotton
• Mekugi: 2 bamboo pegs
• Samegawa: Real black lacquered ray skin panels
• Nakago: Full tang
• Hamon: Wirebrushed notare (wave) pattern
• Specs may vary slightly from sword to sword
• Can be disassembled
• Includes cloth bag
• Packaging: carton box
This katana has a purple colored blade (same process of coating used for the Akuma no Chi, Shinobi Ninja Swords, Kuro Suzaku Katana). We were supposed to call this sword, Doku Katana (poison) as the blade looks very sinister, but we’re not quite satisfied with it. So for this katana, we’ll let you name this one or check out the suggestions posted on our Facebook page.
The video below shows the difference in flexibility between the 1st Generation and 2nd Generation. The 2nd Gen is more flexible like a 1060 blade.
Andrei Manuel Delgado (verified owner) –
I recently purchased this Mumei Katana and I am extremely satisfied with my purchase. The blade is sharp and well-tempered, the handle is comfortable to grip, and the balance of the weapon is perfect. In addition to its functionality, this katana is also a beautiful piece of art with its traditional yet stylish design. I highly recommend this weapon to martial artists, collectors, or anyone looking for a high-quality and visually stunning piece. 🙂