Superbly crafted for transport and storage, it holds wooden weapons up to 56" length in main pocket with a 13" accessories pocket. This case uses a dense, soft lay nylon with all double stitch construction, full wrap webbing and durable, smooth running zippers for instant access to your practice weapons. The look of this case is understated but unmistakable in quality of materials and workmanship.
- Main zipper flap
- Comfortable shoulder strap with flat sewn padding strip.
- Leather bottom pocket for durability and added strength.
Without reliance on outsourced labor, this outstanding carry case is a beautiful match to Kingfisher weapons and large enough to carry most combinations of wooden swords and staffs. Maximum weapon length is 56" with main pocket at 6" wide and capacity to easily accommodate long sword, short sword, jo, hanbo, suburito (with tsuba and tanto in side pocket). The picture above shows bokken with attached tsuba which of course will reduce the capacity but, we were able to fit long and short swords with attached tsuba and a jo!
Hi Brad I received the bokken and OH MY GOD, it is beautiful I almost don't want to use it, it looks so good. The jo and tanto are awesome too. One question on the bamboo tsuba, when I try to fit it, it got to 3/4 of the length of where it's supposed to be at the beginning of the tsuka. I didn't want to jam it in there forcefully, so is there a proper technique to install the tsuba? I'm assuming that I put an o-ring on each side of the tsuba. Makers response-Thanks so much! Tsuba are custom fit to individual bokken. They are intended to be a little snug at first however, they will seat into the transition ramp after a bit of use.
Hello, I'm mailing you to let you know i received the 42" aikiken i ordered near the beginning of the month. it is of the best quality i've ever seen. awesome, awesome sword, thank you! the grain on the chisel top is wild, changing color from light to dark with movement and the patterns within the wood make me feel like i'm handling a much more expensive piece of art. i hope to take care of it well enough to hand it down to my children! i can't wait to order another one of your wooden weapons. hopefully soon! - Andrew