The Mcusta MC-0186G Sengoku Date Masamune is a remarkable Japanese pocket knife, enhanced with stunning details. The blade is comprised of a core of VG10 steel with sides made from nickel damast. The edge is, as we have grown accustomed to from Japanese manufacturers, razor-sharp. The handle is remarkable. The blue pakka wood is milled in 3D for a stunning look and feel. Breath taking!
The laser engraving on both sides of the handle is truly unique. Two swallows on the left surrounded by bamboo with the name Date Masamune in Japanese letters. Date Masamune was a powerful samurai warlord in 16th century Japan. He is the founder of the current city of Sandai. His nickname was dokuganryu, one-eyed dragon. It is engraved in the side of the scale. The two swallows are the emblem.
The Mcusta Date Masamune comes with a belt sheath, made from nylon and brown leather.
Mcusta: luxurious pocket knives from Japan
The Japanese Mcusta (Machine Custom Knives) produces top-quality knives. Enhanced with stunning materials such as graceful damast, micarta, anodized aluminium and remarkable types of wood. Mcusta knives are produced in Seki, ever since the 13th century in the centre of the Japanese knife industry. At Mcusta they pay a lot of attention to details. As such there is a lot of manual labour involved. The result is a remarkable pocket knife brand that produces gentleman's knives with a unique Japanese design. You will never find them like this anywhere else.