Nodachi (野太刀, field sword) was a type of traditionally made Japanese sword (日本刀, nihontō) used by the samurai class of feudal Japan. The length of a Nodachi was typically around 3 shaku (35.8 inches), though there is no exact definition of the size to be classified as such.
The blade of this Nodachi sword is made with very tough 1095 high carbon steel which has a superior heat treatment. It features full length bohi (blood grooves), a longer and more pointed kissaki (tip) and comes in a mirror polish. The full tang is fixed by 2 bamboo mekugi (pegs). The tsuba itself is fine finished alloy plate with a lion pattern. The habaki is a single piece brass construction fitted over a brass Seppa. The tsuka has very tight hinerimaki (handle wrapping) using green ito over g..