Welcome to Sabaku Samurai: Fine Japanese Weapons and Art, a site run by
goofy old farts with the unfortunate affliction of collecting Japanese swords
and related antiquities. At SabakuSamurai.com we share pictures, thoughts, and sometimes sell our treasures. Browse and enjoy, and don't forget to check out our Blog!
P.S Click the top to see our secret page!!!
BIG CHANGES!!! Inspired by our swords, we are going to start making SabakuSamurai.com "cutting edge"... provided we don't get consumed with creating punny analogies. During this time we are hoping to make better use of the Sabaku Blog for great pics and posts.
Sword Stand for sale!
for your sharp poker :)
A very talented friend of Sabaku Samurai has started making superb quality sword stands. Each stand is custom hand made out of some kind of exotic African hardwood (and we all know just how important it is sometimes to have really "hardwood"). The stands break down easily for transport and are sturdy enough when put together to safely hold and display your finest blades. He is offering them for sale. If you are interested call (480) 982-5256. Click the image for larger pictures!
2 Gassan Sadakatsu
Killer Piece #1!!!
I am thrilled to be able to showcase two wonderful blades by this master. The first is quintessential Gassan, a spectacular 26 3/4 inch katana made in perfect ayasugi hada in fresh polish by master polisher Takeo Seki.Click Here to see more.
2 Gassan Sadakatsu
Killer Piece #2!!!
The second has a cutting edge of only 6 7/10 inches long the second Sadakatsu blade is an absolute little gem. It is made in rare kiriha style and features exquisite horimono by Sadakatsu himself. One side features a dragon carved in deep relief and the other a perfect ken sword. Click Here to see more.
New!!! Best Japanese Book EVER!!!
Some one took pictures of my sword unsheathed!
Get this book and you can see pictures of my ken in all of its glory, and by ken I mean my sword, and by sword I mean a metal antiquity in my collection... Click the picture to see!!!
Japanese Swords: Cultural Icons of a Nation.
GASSAN from John Scott Slough's Oshigata Book!!!
Just back from polish by master polisher Jimmy Hayashi is another fantastic Gassan Sadakatsu. It has all the bells and whistles. This is the sword dreams are made of... but don't take this thing to bed cuz It'll cut you good...I have the scars to proove it. What can I say, the Sabaku Samurai lives life on the wild side!
GASSAN GONE WILD!!!
I have another awsum Gassan Sadakatsu to show. It don't get much better than this! Very rare kogarasu style tanto in ORIGINAL polish, in original DOUBLE presentation boxes, in original sword bag, original habaki, signed and dated with NBTHK Hozon papers. Flawless, Perfect.
From the guys that brought you Gassan Mania parts 1 and 2
and most recently
Gassan Gone Wild comes...
Here's a super package for you, a Yasukuni Shrine Daisho by Kotani Yasunori, the Last Living Yasukuni Shrine sword smith. Click the picture cuz you've gotta check these out. I even wrote up a little history lesson with 'em for you. Just think of it as school Sabaku Samurai style.