|Blade length||65.15 cm|
|Moto haba / Width of the blade||27.6 mm|
|Motogasane / Thickness of the bottom part of the blade||7.1 mm|
|Saki Haba / Chip Width||Strike 23.1 mm Yokote position 19.9 mm|
|Sakigasane / Tick Nes of te bade||Strike 5.9 mm Matsuba position 4.7 mm|
|Nail hole / mekugi ana||Four|
The early period of Muromachi era
|Appraisal report||Preserved sword certificate|
|Official Registration Document||September 19, 1974 Hiroshima Prefecture Official Registration Document|
|Included||Bare metal ingots
|Price / Cost||323,000 Yen（FREE shipping all of the world）|
Although the Bingo Kuni Mihara faction is close to both Bizen and Btsuchu, it is not affected by either Bizen-den or Yamashiro-den, and consistently adheres to Yamato-den from the end of Kamakura to the end of Muromachi. In the past, it was said that the Masaya was the ancestor, but since all the swords of the same construction have entered the Nanbokucho period, the theory that Kokubunji Sukekuni in the late Kamakura period is the ancestor is predominant. It has become.
The Mihara school is roughly divided into three by age, and the period before the Northern and Southern Dynasties is called Ko Mihara, the early to middle Muromachi period is called Mihara, and the end of Muromachi is called Sue Mihara. In addition, the school has been highly evaluated since ancient times, and even now, many works have been designated as nationally designated important cultural properties and important art objects, and are highly evaluated in the field.
This sword is an unnamed work by Oma, which has an impressive elegant warp appearance. It is a good work that can be said to be a typical work of the same group with a tight scent.
Nude weight 626 grams.