The Japanese pride themselves on the quality workmanship of their historical swords, armour, helmets, and home decor. We carry a full line of Japanese products inspired by samurai, ninja, and other historical Japanese figures. Our inventory includes an array of authentic Japanese helmets and Japanese armour for reenactments, LARP battles, stage productions, and display. We provide a selection of stunning functional katana, wakizashi, and tanto from top manufacturers, which make excellent oriental blades to showcase when they are not in use. Our Japanese clothing and accessories round out our merchandise with excellent apparel for the Renaissance fair or martial arts practice. Finally, our Japanese decor includes eye-catching statues and other display pieces for your home or office. Take a moment to search these categories, and you are sure to discover many items to add to your wish list!
Japanese Armour (10)
Feudal Japan played host to a range of incredible warriors known as samurai and ninja. We make it possible to enjoy these Japanese soldiers in a whole new way with our range of Japanese armour. Our inventory of functional oriental armour includes pieces like leather cuirasses, mempo, Japanese bracers, Japanese greaves, and other body armour. These pieces of historical armour work well for reenactments, theatrical productions, the Renaissance fair, and LARP events. They also look fantastic when put on display in your home. Our samurai armour is sure to impress, so come back regularly to see the latest additions to this category!
Japanese Clothing (3)
Japanese clothing comes in designs as beautiful and complex as any of their other artworks. We are proud to offer you authentic Japanese apparel, as well as a number of modern garments with oriental style. In the Japanese attire category, you will find pieces for men and women, ranging from elegant kimono to samurai clothing. Japanese vests, Japanese jackets, and Japanese belts are all common items that can be paired with a variety of outfits. Our Japanese pants and warrior kimono make a great choice for martial arts practice, as well. Whether you are picking out apparel for your daily wardrobe or planning an oriental ensemble for the Renaissance fair or a stage production, We carry excellent Japanese-style clothing to meet your needs.
Japanese Helmets (5)
The Japanese helmet, also called a kabuto, was worn with traditional Japanese armour by feudal warriors known as samurai. The kabuto helmet features a strong bowl that protects the crown of the head and a suspended series of articulated plates that protect the neck. Often the Japanese helm displays a crest of the wearers clan, adorned with Maedate (Front Crests), Wakidate (Side Crests), or Ushirodate (Rear Crests). These designs can be family or clan emblems or flat or sculptural objects representing animals, mythical entities, or prayers. Horns are particularly common ornaments, and many oriental helmets showcase Kuwagata, or stylized deer horns. A traditional kabuto was usually constructed from several hundred metal plates arranged vertically and riveted together. We carry an excellent selection of gorgeous samurai helmets, including a number inspired by historical figures like Daisho Kake, Date Masamune, Oda Nobunaga, and Takeda Shingen.
Japanese Home Decor (21)
Enthusiasts seeking to showcase a piece of Japanese history or culture within their home need look no further than our Japanese home decor category. Our Japanese decor includes a broad array of eye-catching items that feature oriental style, making them great decorations to place in your home or office. Crafted with intricate detail, our Japanese statues depict historical warriors and warlords from the feudal era, as well as iconic characters like the geisha. These ninja and samurai statues show warriors in battle and dramatic standing poses. These Japanese figurines come in a variety of sizes to suit the space you have available. Our oriental decor also works well as a gift for anyone who loves Japanese culture.
Japanese Tantos (23)
One of the iconic blades of Japan, the tanto is a Japanese dagger used by samurai during the feudal period. Strictly speaking, a functional tanto possesses a guard and has all of the fittings of a larger sword like a katana or wakizashi. The Japanese tanto blade rarely exceeds 12 inches in length. A traditional tanto was usually carried along with a katana as a kind of side arm. The Japanese tanto was not left at the door when paying a visit, unlike a katana, making it a useful self-defense tool in case of an unexpected attack. The samurai tanto was designed primarily as a stabbing instrument, but the edge could be used to slash as well. In addition to samurai, women sometimes carried a small tanto called a kaiken in their obi for self-defense. We carry many collectible tantos with authentic detailing and construction. Our Japanese blades look great on display when they are not in use.
Japanese Wakizashis (38)
One of the iconic blades of Japan, the traditional wakizashi is the shorter of the two oriental swords carried by samurai during the feudal period. The blade of the Japanese short sword extends about eighteen inches. The design of a functional wakizashi resembles a katana, featuring many of the same elaborate fittings. The Japanese wakizashi was normally laid on the floor inside any home a samurai visited, leaving the tanto as the only blade carried within the residence. The oriental wakizashi was used as a secondary blade when fighting and served as an instrument of ceremonial suicide. We carry many collectible wakizashi designed by top manufacturers from around the world. These Damascus and high carbon steel wakizashi are highly detailed, making them excellent display pieces when they are not in use.
Japanese Katanas (149)
The katana is one of the iconic bladed weapons of Japan, typically wielded by warriors known as samurai. Traditional Japanese katana possess a single-edged, curved blade that took days or even weeks to construct. The forging process was considered a sacred art. Functional katana remain well-known for their strength and sharpness. These ornate Japanese swords often display elegant tsuba, or sword guards, and menuki ornaments bound within the wrapped cord of their handles. Most of our Japanese shirasaya and collectible katana come with a scabbard to prevent damage or dullness of the blade. We carry an amazing range of beautiful samurai katana crafted by some of the top manufacturers from around the world. These oriental swords are great for displaying in your home or martial arts training. Many of them also pair well with matching wakizashi that serve as companion blades.