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The story of a teenager named Sathit Pitchayawanlop (Sivarat), who fell in love with the art of Japanese Samurai swords, eventually turning it into a business of manufacturing and selling Japanese Samurai swords under the brand “Thaitsuki.”

It all began with his admiration for the beauty of the Japanese Samurai swords and through diligent studies, he realized that they were not just beautiful art pieces but also conveyed Japanese philosophy and culture through expert detailed craftsmanship.

Realizing that a Katana was not just a sword but also a symbol of status and social influence in ancient Japan, he was fascinated by its intricacy and depth.

In his quest to own a Japanese Katana sword that met his specific desires, he wanted to develop his style of Katana, with different blade hardness, components, and proportions than those available in the market. This drive led him to start making his branded swords.

Transitioning from a family business to manufacturing Samurai swords under the brand “thaitsuki,” he applied his family’s knowledge of steel from the steel industry to traditional Samurai sword-making techniques, creating his first sword that he was proud of.

Driven by the desire to create high-quality and unique works, to fulfill his own desires, and to share the beauty and experience of art with others, the business “thaitsuki” was established in 1999.

Swords from “thaitsuki” are handmade with attention to detail, using materials similar to those used in ancient Japan. The proportions of the swords differ from those available in the market, which is evident when seen in person.

For Sathit, it’s about creating detailed and visually striking works of art, with themes that exude sophistication and excellent design. From the inception of Thaitsuki to today, which spans over 25 years, Sathit has remained true to his intentions and continues to evolve.

It all began with his admiration for the beauty of the Japanese Samurai swords and through diligent studies, he realized that they were not just beautiful art pieces but also conveyed Japanese philosophy and culture through expert detailed craftsmanship.

Realizing that a Katana was not just a sword but also a symbol of status and social influence in ancient Japan, he was fascinated by its intricacy and depth.

In his quest to own a Japanese Katana sword that met his specific desires, he wanted to develop his style of Katana, with different blade hardness, components, and proportions than those available in the market. This drive led him to start making his branded swords.

Transitioning from a family business to manufacturing Samurai swords under the brand “thaitsuki,” he applied his family’s knowledge of steel from the steel industry to traditional Samurai sword-making techniques, creating his first sword that he was proud of.

Driven by the desire to create high-quality and unique works, to fulfill his own desires, and to share the beauty and experience of art with others, the business “thaitsuki” was established in 1999.

Swords from “thaitsuki” are handmade and forged with attention to detail, using materials similar to those used in ancient Japan. The proportions of the swords differ from those available in the market, which is evident when seen in person.

For Sathit, it’s about creating detailed and visually striking works of art, with themes that exude sophistication and excellent design. From the inception of Thaitsuki to today, which spans over 25 years, Sathit has remained true to his intentions and continues to evolve for those Katana swords enthusiasts.”

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Discover the enthralling journey of Sathit Pitchayawanlop (Sivarat), whose passion for the art of Japanese Samurai swords transformed into the distinguished business known as Thaitsuki. From a young age, Sathit was captivated by the elegance and deep cultural significance of Katana swords, recognizing them as more than mere artifacts; they were a bridge to the rich philosophy and heritage of Japan, crafted with meticulous attention to detail.

Compelled by the profound symbolism and historical importance of the Katana—a revered emblem of status and power in feudal Japan—Sathit embarked on a quest to craft a sword that was uniquely his own. This pursuit of creating a hand-forged Katana with unparalleled blade hardness, distinct components, and bespoke proportions led to the inception of his brand of Japanese Samurai swords.

Leveraging his family’s expertise in the steel industry, Sathit introduced traditional Samurai sword-making techniques into his family business, giving rise to his first creation—a sword that was a testament to his dedication and skill. In 1999, the Thaitsuki brand was born, driven by Sathit’s unwavering commitment to quality, uniqueness, and the desire to share the splendor of these artistic masterpieces.

Each Thaitsuki sword is a handcrafted marvel, meticulously assembled using techniques and materials that echo the time-honored traditions of ancient Japan. The distinct proportions of our swords set them apart in the market, a difference that is immediately apparent upon viewing.

For over 25 years, Sathit has been at the helm of Thaitsuki, consistently dedicated to producing detailed, visually striking works of art. Each Katana is not just a weapon, but a sophisticated design piece imbued with themes of elegance and excellence. Join us in experiencing the legacy and artistry of Thaitsuki—where each sword tells a story of passion, tradition, and artistic devotion.

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