BOKKEN oak, red-brown colour, varnished, with tsuba 101,5 cm / 40
BOKKEN / BOKUTO oak, red-brown colour, varnished, with tsuba, length 101,60 cm = 40", weight: Approx. 570 gramms (between 530 and 590 gramms).
BOKKEN / BOKUTO Daito, Hokkaido oak with tsuba, imported from Japan 101,5 cm / 40 inch
BOKKEN / BOKUTO Daito, Hokkaido oak with tsuba, imported from Japan. 101,5 cm (40 inch). Approx. 500g
Grown and made in Hokkaido, Japan. The wood used to produce these wooden weapons is planted, cultivated, and processed completely in Hokkaido, Japan. Perfectly suited for bokuto in terms of hardness, weight, and durability. Japanese oak is the best material for wooden swords. Hokkaido oak, which grows strongly and withstands the wind and snow of the cold northern Akan lands, can reach heights of up to 35 meters and some trees are more than 1,000 years old. The oak and its characteristics have been thoroughly examined, and the wooden swords are carefully finished one by one by skilled craftsmen. Not only is it robust, durable, and water-resistant, but the beauty and elegance of the oak, which is neither too heavy nor too light, makes it the ideal wood for wooden swords for kendo and other martial arts, swinging, and kata practice.