Kei Project Katana Samurai Sword Shift Knob

What does a samurai sword shift knob look like?

The shifter looked very beautiful out of the box, looks like a actual Samurai Sword Handl, wrapped tightly with the clothe. Steel was very smooth no rough edges, carved elegantly. I order in solid Black and got Soild black. I love the bronze/gold/copper style of Steel it is. It does help a lot with shifting through the gears.

What do you need to know about making a katana?

Your sword’s exact crafting methods are entirely up to you, and will depend on your selections. No matter what your preferences are, you can expect the swordsmith who creates your sword to pay the utmost attention to every detail — from the blade length and material to sharpening and engraving.

What does the anchor on a katana do?

There are two things Katana Habaki is known for: it is the anchor for the Tsuka or sword handle, seppa and tsuba. Habaki is mounted over the sword tang and stops the notches from hurting the owners. This Katana part [Read More…]

Where does the Fuchi go in a katana?

Fuchi is the hilt resembling a cap type collar that lies between the tsuka and tsuba. This covers the opening in the tsuka of a Japanese sword. Even the tang of a sword goes into the tsuka through the [Read More…]


If you are looking for something completely different for your vehicle, then consider the Kei Project Katana Samurai Sword Shift Knob. It is created from durable steel and finished with a polyester fabric weave and nickel-plated brass accents. The shift knob includes locknuts and adapters, meaning that it can fit a host of different sized gear sticks.


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