(Tatsugoyama Resident Shohei Tatsugoyama junin Masahira saku) Authentic Samurai Sword – 643



Blade length 72.8 cm
warp 1.6 cm
Moto haba / Width of the blade 31.0 mm
Motogasane / Thickness of the bottom part of the blade 7.1 mm
Saki Haba / Chip Width 24.3 mm Yokote position 21.4 mm
Sakigasane / Tick Nes of te bade 5.7 mm pine needle tip 5.2 mm
Nail hole / mekugi ana 1 piece
Age 2017 (Heisei 29)
The last years of Heisei
Appraisal report
Official Registration Document Fukushima Prefecture Official Registration Document Scheduled
Included ・ Shirasaya delivery
・ Shirasaya ・ Tsunagi ・ Saaya-shaped gold-clad habaki ・ Gold-clad face ・ Genuine lacquer
Price / Cost 2,500,000   Yen(excluding tax and excluding shipping)

Shohei Fujiyasu was born in 1945 in Date District, Fukushima Prefecture. In 1966, he became a swordsmith in Sakaki Town, Nagano Prefecture, a late living national treasure, and Yukihira Miyairi.
In 1975, he opened a swordsmith in Tatsugoyama, Fukushima Prefecture and became independent. Since then, he has been studying and practicing swords, and received the Japan Art Sword Preservation Association Excellence Award 3 times, Encouragement Award 6 times, and Effort Award 7 times. In 1990, he received the Japan Art Sword Preservation Association Chairman’s Award. In 2014, he received the Kanyama Award from the Japan Art Sword Preservation Association.

Dedication training was carried out at many shrines such as Owari Atsuta Jingu and Nara Gokoku Shrine, and in 2008, Japanese sword dedication training was carried out at Hitachi Kashima Jingu for the first time in about 1,300 years since the sword was made by Sabi Daimaro in 704. Do.

In the fall of 1984, he also played a major role in the 61st annual relocation of Ise Jingu Shrine and the service of Mito Tachi sword swordsmanship. He has served as a sacred treasure of straight swords, and most recently has one of the best sword-making techniques of modern Japanese sword masters, such as the restoration and training of large straight swords excavated from the Miyajitake Kofun in Fukuoka.

With a strong desire to reproduce old swords from the Heian and Kamakura eras, he has been engaged in research and training for many years, and has a wealth of knowledge and insights on national treasures, important cultural assets and similar swords, and swords and iron culture nationwide. , Wakizashi, Naginata, Ancient straight sword, etc., to create an accurate and beautiful sword figure.
Boasting a wide range of production abilities with vivid ground iron and sword blades, he is also the best modern swordsmith in the central tailoring such as central swordsmiths and inscriptions. After his teacher Yukihira died, Miyairi Kozaemon Yukihira (Miyairi Megumi) ), And the fact that he trained as a disciple of swordsmiths also shows that his teacher has a great deal of confidence and his skill is high.

In recent years, he has also been engaged in research and restoration of swords from the Nara period, such as straight swords and hand halberds in the Nara Shosoin collection. It is no exaggeration to say.