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Product No. KA-0371 無銘(古三原)
Mei Mumei, but attributed to the Komihara Tradition
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Shape Shinogizukuri Iorimune
Region Bingo Province
Era Namboku-cho Period
Size
Length
70.6 cm
27.8 in
Sori (curvature)
1.6 cm
0.6 in
Motohaba
2.9 cm
1.1 in
Sakihaba
2.2 cm
0.8 in
Munekasane
0.6 cm
0.2 in
NBTHK Certification
Status Tokubetsu Hozon Token
Certification Date December 25, 2000
Provincial Registration
Registration Authority Kanagawa Prefecture
Registration Date July 11, 1962
Item Details
Jihada (Metal pattern) Itame and Masame with Jinie
Hamon (Temper line) Suguha with Konie, Koashi and Hotsure
Bōshi (Point / Tip) Sugu ni Maru
Nakago (Tang) Osuriage, shortened.
Mekugiana (Rivet holes) 3
Habaki Copper base gold foil with So-yasuri pattern
Other Info
This Katana is Mumei but has been attributed to the Komihara Tradition. This Tradition flourished during the late Kamakura to Nambokucho Period in Mihara, Bingo Province. This Tradition forged for the Shoen Temple in Mihara from Yamato. Because this branch originated from Yamato, the forging work resembled the features of the Yamato Tradition. The blade length is 70.6cm (2.33 Shaku). The Kitae is very attractive and outstanding. This Katana has the features of the Yamato Tradition. This blade had a flaw in the lower part of the Omote side, but was fixed and polished to become attractive. Even with this changed condition, it has passed the Tokubetsu Hozon Token in 2000.
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