|Blade length||68.8 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
|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.