Noshu Sumita Daikakubei Kanenobu Noshu ju Tashiro Kakube Kanenobu saku Authentic Samurai Sword – 763

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Blade length 68.8 cm
warp 1.52 cm
Moto haba / Width of the blade 32.3 mm
Motogasane / Thickness of the bottom part of the blade 7.4 mm
Saki Haba / Chip Width 22.3 mm
Sakigasane / Tick Nes of te bade 5.2 mm
Nail hole / mekugi ana 1 piece
Age Early Edo period
The earlyyears of Edo era
Appraisal report Kurashiki Art Sword Museum Appraisal Report
Official Registration Document December 21, 2005 Ehime Prefecture Official Registration Document
Included ・ Copper base silver habaki
・ Shirasaya
Price / Cost 415,000 Yen(FREE shipping all of the world)

The representative schools of Mino blacksmithing in the new sword period are the Tashiro Genichi Kanenobu school, the Omichi school, the Miami school, and the longevity school. It is a school that has prospered as a land for several generations.
In addition, Tashiro Kakubei Kanenobu is a swordsmith equivalent to Mutsu no Kami Yoshiyuki’s second generation, and is good at sharpening and mutual eyes according to the family tradition, and is also famous as a new swordsmith.

This work is made by Mutsu no Kami Yoshiyuki, who has a long name with Noshu Sumitashiro Kakubei Kanesaku. The finely kneaded small-grained skin is well-kneaded and delicate, and the turbulent reflection stands out. There is no failure of the ground blade, and it can be said that it is a work of Kanshinkaishin.
Although it does not hinder the viewing of the ground blade while sharpening the old sword, it is a sword that you want to keep for a long time by applying top polishing and makeup retouching only to the well-made sword.

Nude weight 773 grams.