Pure Silk Sword Strap, Ripple Pattern, Monochrome, 8 Shaku (about 240cm)

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For performance., for art appreciation, for Iaido practice. Pure silk strap with
V-shaped arrow feather pattern...Sazanami-gumi is a typical traditional kumihimo with a scene of small waves coming and going.

The patterned thread is sober but elegant, and the color is subdued to blend in with the sheath.

The width is about 14mm, the thickness is 2mm, and it is softly braided so that it can be easily threaded into the kuri-kata.

Item name Sword Strap, Ripple Pattern, Monochrome
Product Description This Sazanami-gumi has a V-shaped arrow feather pattern.
It is a refined color that blends in with the handle and scabbard.
It is softly braided so that it can be easily threaded into a kuri-kata.
The width is about 14mm. The width is about 14mm, so please consider carefully if you can use it.
Dimensions Length: 8 shaku (approx. 240 cm), not including tassels
Width: approx. 14 mm
Thickness: approx. 2 mm
Material 100% silk
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Frequently Asked Questions

About the arrival of out-of-stock items
As we produce each product in turn, the timing of the arrival of products that are out of stock is basically undecided.
However, there are some cases where we are able to have the product in stock at the store even though it is marked as out of stock, so please contact us.

Is it possible to purchase items other than the specified size?
Please contact us before you place an order, as some products are available.

Can you tie the strap to the sheath?
Please contact us before placing an order. We are sorry, but we cannot accept requests to tie the strap to the scabbard.

What if the strap I purchased is too tight?

The strap will become softer and more comfortable as you use it. If you want to soften it intentionally, please try the following method. 

  1. Boil a kettle and let the steam flow evenly over the strap.
  2. When silk threads are steamed, they will retain moderate moisture.
  3. Dry them with warm air or natural wind to release the excess moisture and loosen the strap's firmness.


Repeating this process will gradually soften the strap's yarn.

Alternatively, if you are not in a hurry, hang the strap in a dark and well-ventilated place out of the sun, and it will soften naturally over time.