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1.DIMENSIONS - About 40.55 inches (103 cm) Total length, About 2.09 pounds (0.95 kg) Total weight 2.MATERIAL - The blade is made of carbon steel, which has anime original knife texture. Scabbard and handle are made of hardwood, Scabbard outer layer wrapping synthetic leather, and the tsuba is made of zinc alloy 3.CRAFTSMANSHIP - This katana is for cosplay purpose, Except that the blade is not sharpened, all other processes are made according to the standard of a real katana. The rope on the handle is hand-wound, the scabbard is made of hardwood just like real katana. steel replica of demon slayer katana 4.SAFE FOR USE - The blade is NOT sharp, and the katana has nice balance, it's prefect gift for 5.NOTICE - After use it, please keep the blade clean and rub anti-rust oil on the blade to prevent the blade from rusting
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