Ryujin Swords

Polishing Equipment

All items imported from Japan from a reputable Japanese polishing supply company.

Narume-dai. Used for polishing the kissaki. 36.33


Togioke. Polishing bucket. Oval shaped. Made of Japanese cypress and reinforced with copper bands. 18.11 inches long x 12.99 inches wide x 7.28 inches high (46 cm x 33 cm x 18.5 cm). 647.73

Fumaegi. Wooden bar to hold stones on the todai. 100.09

Togibune. Low-walled wooden tray with slightly sloping floor for drainage. Made of Japanese cypress and lined with copper sheet. 59.06 inches long x 38.20 inches wide x 3.93 inches deep (150 cm x 97 cm x 10 cm). 2198.73


Shogi. Stool for polishing work. 13.54 inches wide x 9.05 inches deep x 3.93 inches tall (39 cm x 23 cm x 10 cm). 251.64

Todai. Stand for polishing stone. It is the larger of the two wooden blocks in the picture. 11.81 inches x 2.95 inches x 3.15 inches (30 cm x 7.5 cm x 8 cm). 100.77


Todai-makura. Block to support todai. It is the smaller of the two blocks in the picture. 2.95 inches x 3.15 inches x 2.95 inches (7.5 cm x 8 cm x 7.5 cm). 52.05


Tsumagi. Footrest. 3.54 inches wide x 3.54 inches deep x 0.79 inches high (9 cm x 9 cm x 2 cm). 44.64


Migaki-bo (burnishing needle round) high quality. Used at the finishing stage to burnish shinogi-ji and mune. Made from superhard steel. 234.36


Migaki-bo (burnishing needle flat) high quality. Used at the finishing stage to burnish inside hi. Made from superhard steel. 305.27


Migaki-bera (burnishing knife) high quality. Used at the finishing stage to burnish shinogi-ji and mune. Made from superhard steel. The area of the hard steel is large, so you can do the burnishing work more efficiently. 482.73


Migaki-bo (burnishing needle round), standard quality. Used at the finishing stage to burnish shinogi-ji and mune. 94.77

Diamond paste No 1. For polishing the migaki-bo and migaki-bera. 117.50


Diamond paste No 2. For polishing the migaki-bo and migaki-bera. 128.86

Tsunoko. Antler powder. Used to remove oil on the blade before using migaki-bo or migaki-bera. 39.77


Ibota. Lubricating powder derived from an insect. It prevents friction between the migaki-bo and the blade. 28.36



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