|Moto haba / Width of the blade
|Motogasane / Thickness of the bottom part of the blade
|Saki Haba / Chip Width
|Strike 23.8 mm, Yokote position 22.0 mm
|Sakigasane / Tick Nes of te bade
|Strike 5.3 mm Yokote position 6.0 mm
|Nail hole / mekugi ana
|Around Keio in the late Edo period (1865-)
The last years of Edo era
|Preserved sword certificate
|Official Registration Document
|May 23, 1988 Osaka Prefecture Official Registration Document
|・ Copper base silver habaki
・ Black brush eye coating sheath sword fittings
・ Shirasaya / graft
|Price / Cost
|1,300,000 Yen（FREE shipping all of the world）
Yoshimune, along with Tadayoshi Kyudai and Yoshimune, was a master craftsman of Hizen who was active at the end of the Tokugawa shogunate.
The existence of Tadayoshi Kudai, Yoshimune, and Yoshimune is not widely known, and since there are very few existing works, it is presumed that they were the shadow of Tadayoshi Yatsushiro and were responsible for their work. It is easy to imagine that Yatsushiro Tadayoshi came to be named alongside the first, second, and third generations because it was expensive. Despite having such a high level of skill, he was at the mercy of the era of the end of the Edo period, the Meiji era, and the abolition of swords, and was not blessed with the opportunity to play an active role as a swordsmith. It is an unfortunate master who has never been evaluated, and therefore this sword of Yoshibaku is a valuable material of the three Hizen master craftsmen (Tadayoshi Kudai, Yoshibaku, Yoshimune) at the end of the Edo period, and it is difficult to obtain it. It is a famous sword. The clear and clear finish of the ground blade is outstanding for his teacher, Tadayoshi Yatsushiro, and is comparable to the work of the retail price. As a feeling, I would like to secretly monopolize the result of this sword for a lifetime without selling it. Although it was registered late in 1988, it is presumed that this sword was also owned by a house related to the Nabeshima clan and a considerable number of superiors, considering that the style of the sword is very similar to that of our collection. I will.
This sword was found in a state of being wrapped in rust and weathered and wrapped in a tattered pattern. , I did all the various works such as silk pattern winding.
Please take this opportunity to get a sword of Yoshifuku, one of the few Hizen master craftsmen at the end of the Edo period, whose center is still shining and is in an extremely well-preserved state.
Nude weight 651 grams. Weight 984 grams that was put in the sword and the sheath was removed.