Rikuoku Mamoru Fujiwara Toshi Mutsunokami Fujiwara Toshinaga Authentic Samurai Sword – 520

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Blade length 63.45 cm
warp 1.15 cm
Moto haba / Width of the blade 33.0 mm
Motogasane / Thickness of the bottom part of the blade 7.3 mm
Saki Haba / Chip Width 24.2 mm
Sakigasane / Tick Nes of te bade 5.6 mm
Nail hole / mekugi ana 1 piece
Appraisal report Special preservation sword certificate
Official Registration Document May 19, 1972 Chiba Prefecture Official Registration Document
Included ・ Double-layered copper ingot
・ Shirasaya
Price / Cost 1,100,000 Yen(FREE shipping all of the world)

Rikuokumori Fujiwara is the second son of the first elder and his name is Yasanzaemon Nimura, and his home country is Awa Tokushima. Later, he went to Kyoto Ichijo Horikawa Oike Inokuma with his older brother (eldest son) and younger brother (third son) and learned from Horikawa blacksmithing. Sanzaemon received Mamoru Rikuoku, his older brother (eldest son) Mamoru Yamashiro, and his younger brother (third son) Mamoru Musashi, and later moved to Ise Hachiman according to his father.
The senior family, also known as the descendant of Kunishige Hasebe, has prospered for several generations, and his work has excellent sharpness and is famous as a business, and he also made swords in Osaka.
In addition, it is said that the first generation of Mutsu no Kami Yoshiyuki was around Enpo and the second generation was around Jokyo, and one theory is that “land” becomes “mu land” as the first generation and “shiriku” as the second generation. However, it is not certain because there are joint works.

This sword is shorter than the standard size preferred by superiors in the Edo period, and has a wide and solid body. The ground iron is finely kneaded and clogged, and is fine without any failure. The scent is bright and clear, and the rounded reciprocal disorder of the Sanbonsugi style is skillfully burned. It is a courageous masterpiece that makes you agree that it is an order made by.

Nude weight 722 grams.