Sakabato(逆刃刀, reverse-edged sword) is a fictional type of Japanese sword. On the normal katana, the outward curved side of the blade is sharpened, while the inward curved side of the blade is blunt. In contrast, the sakabato is made so that the cutting edge is on the side that curves inward. Although functional sakabato are currently being produced for purchase by collectors and fans, there is no record of them ever having been used historically in Japan. There is also no school of swordsmanship existing that employs them. However, historical use of "reverse-blade" weapons is evident from samples held at the Deoksu Royal Palace Museum in Korea. Because Japan at one time invaded Korea, the possibility remains open that a sakabato was developed based on Korean examples. However, as aforementioned, no historical record nor archaeological evidence currently exists to support such a theory. Some Tanto (Knives) have been found that have "reversed blades". These are labeled kubikiri, sometimes translated as "head cutter" or "doctor's knife".
This SAKABATO sword is hand forged by Japanese methods to create a perfect blade. Full hand forged, hand polished and hand sharpened. This sword is made of folded steel with 13 times folding to create the 8192 layers, which cast flexibility and hardness of the blade in a large degree. The visible tenuous undulating grain on the blade was resulted from folded repeatedly during forging. The tip of the blade is a Chu Kissaki (medium length). The blade has been hand polished with multiple grade shar..
This SAKABATO sword is hand forged by Japanese methods to create a perfect blade. The blade of the sword has been constructed from 1095 high carbon steel, and it has been laminated in a Maru style. The whole blade has been clay tempered and water quenched, so the blade comes with real hamon, and it has long Hi (blood groove) on each side, this not only allows for a lighter blade and audible feedback when swung, but also can balance the blade to achieve optimal performance. The tip of the b..