2 Antique Japanese Swords For Sale (volume 20.1) Released April 8, 2015 to VIP list clients only Updated April 15, 2015 The following pages contain descriptions and images of genuine antique Japanese swords currently available, on hold, or recently sold to clients. Each sword can be legally owned and exported outside of Japan. All swords have certification papers (origami) such as from NBTHK & NTHK-NPO. Descriptions and availability are subject to change without notice. Please enquire for additional images and information on swords of interest to We look forward to assisting you. We have service offices in Tokyo and near London, England. Pablo Kuntz Founder, unique japan Unique Japan, Fine Art Dealer Antiques license issued by Meguro City Tokyo, Japan (No ) Feel the history. uniquejapan.com
3 Hello Everyone!! Wow, what a time of year Sakura has been blooming beautifully in Japan while children (and adults alike) around the world are coming down from an Easter chocolate treat bonanza. I hope this message finds you well! First of all, I d like to extend hearty congratulations to those who inquired and claimed essentially all swords that were listed in our past 19.0 catalogue. On the next page, there will be a link to review the swords that have been sold for reference only. Arigato!! This catalogue is filled with gems that I am very proud to offer you all. The crown jewel is, of course, a Yamato Tradition Hosho School katana from the Kamakura period with NBTHK Juyo Token certification. Everything about this sword is remarkable - words are hard to express. Other miracles of human craftsmanship to own is a powerful wakizashi by second generation Hizen Tadahiro with rarely seen horimono (engraving), a Shozen Masatomi katana with a delightful choji-midare hamon and ocean-inspired sword fittings. Be sure to review an award-winning katana from 1937 that commemorates the 2600th anniversary of the Emperor Jimmu and a Shizuhiro katana that has the name and rank of a previous owner chiseled on the nakago. There is also an incredible 75cm Tomotsugu katana with a massive curvature of 3cm. It is one of the most impressive katanas I ve ever laid eyes on. Many swords sold in Catalogue 19 are currently having a custom koshirae being created for them. Custom koshirae projects are always exciting and personally rewarding for clients. There are a number of swords in this catalogue fit for a koshirae projects that I encourage you to consider embarking upon. It takes some time, but the rewards are priceless. I consider myself very fortunate to work with clients who live at the top of their game. Commiting oneself to continuous growth spiritually, creatively, professionally, emotionally, financially this is what life s all about. I consider us all modern-day warriors. I feel strongly that the Japanese sword is a symbol of such life appreciation and commitment. Please contact me at to become informed on our latest acquisitions and your name will be added to our VIP ing list. Thank you all who have joined our list. I look forward to meeting clients in person at the Okinawa Sword Show 7 on April 25-26! Details inside the catalogue! Feel the history and create your history. Promise to make the most of each day. Warm regards, Pablo Kuntz April 2015 Sharing a laugh with a client this is Benkei the Warrior Monk menuki on this custom made koshirae. I love how his big bald head breaks through the silk! He is tough!
4 Index of Japanese Swords & Fittings ITEM# SWORDSMITH & TYPE CM CERTIFICATE ERA / PERIOD PRICE ujgu018 TERUHIDE ARMY KATANA 66.5 NTHK Kanteisho Showa era (~1930) HOLD ujka011 A TOMOTSUGU KATANA 75.0 Tokubetsu Hozon Muromachi (~1450) SOLD ujka122 A YUKIHIRO KATANA 69.0 NBTHK Hozon Kanbun ( ) SOLD ujka140 A MASATOMI KATANA 60.4 Tokubetsu Hozon Jokyo ( ) SOLD ujka143 A TOMOYOSHI KATANA 68.4 NTHK Kanteisho Showa (August 1937) SOLD ujka145 A SHIZUHIRO KATANA 67.3 NTHK Yushusaku Kanbun ( ) HOLD ujka148 HOSHO SCHOOL KATANA 68.1 JUYO TOKEN Kamakura (~1316) SOLD ujwa165 A TADAHIRO WAKIZASHI 54.8 Tokubetsu Hozon Kanbun ( ) SOLD ujka146 A MUNEYUKI KATANA 70.7 NTHK Kanteisho Keicho ( ) HOLD ujwa164 A KANENAKA WAKIZASHI 49.0 NTHK Kanteisho Tenna ( ) HOLD ujwa166 A KANEMICHI WAKIZASHI 52.7 Tokubetsu Kicho Kanbun ( ) $6,000 ALL PRICES ARE IN US DOLLARS To access previously sold swords in Catalogue 19, please copy and paste this link: To online visitors around the world Welcome! We completely respect the fact it takes a huge leap of personal faith in us to commit to a particular sword(s) given the reliance on photos and descriptions for such a highly valued item. It is our promise to address all your questions to the best of our ability. It s important to us that you feel completely confident that the sword you choose (and chooses you) is destined for your family to cherish and preserve. Please take reassurance that all swords from Unique Japan are guaranteed authentic and come with a 3-day worry free inspection period upon arrival to your home. We acquire swords on a regular basis and can source swords for collectors seeking a specific smith and/or school. Please inquire about our latest arrivals that may not be listed in the catalogue. Domo arigato! Pablo
5 A recently created daisho koshirae project item# ujka115 and #ujwa139 A MUNETSUGU DAISHO KATANA signed, early edo period (jokyo era: ) Swordsmith: Location: Length: Jihada: Hamon: Certificate: Iyo no jo MUNETSUGU (2nd generation) Hizen province (Saga prefecture) 71.6cm (katana), 52.0cm (wakizashi) Itame, matsukawa-fu, chikei Gunome midare, sunagashi, kinsen in hachu NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon and NTHK-NPO Kanteisho First generation Shodai Munetsugu is the founder of the Hizen Shinto Group. He began his career in the Koto period (16th century), creating swords in Yamashiro province (Kyoto) for the wars during the late Muromachi period. From the start of the Edo period, Munetsugu travelled to Nagase and was appointed to lead all swordsmiths in the Hizen. The swords are attributed to Munetsugu s son, 2nd generation Munetsugu. The Munetsugu group worked in the styles that emulated Bizen, Soshu and Enju schools. This gives their swords a distinct flavor of those made in the 13th century. A fabulous daisho koshirae was produced for a client in Europe that features birds resting on branches that wrap around their respective tsubas. Love how the orange sageos pop out!
6 Currently available swords The following pages contain descriptions of authentic and certified Japanese swords that are currently available for ownership or on hold. Please contact us at to for further images and information into swords of interest. All swords are offered on a first come, first served basis. Even if a sword is listed as being on hold, be sure to register your interest as it may come available. TO OKINAWA SWORD SHOW VISITORS! There are two swords that are reserved exclusively for the Okinawa Sword Show VII on April ONLY if you are going to be there in person, can you place a first option to buy these particular swords on opening day, April 25. Register your interest if you feel its right for you! Additional swords will be sourced for the show apart from those listed within this catalogue. Descriptions and availability are subject to change without notice. Thank you! Pablo Kuntz Founder, Unique Japan (mobile, on british time)
7 item# ujgu018 A TERUHIDE ARMY OFFICER KATANA signed, early showa period (circa wwii) currently available Swordsmith: TERUHIDE Location: Musashi province (modern-day Tokyo) Measurements: Length: 66.6cm (ubu) Curvature: 0.8cm Moto-haba: 2.95cm Jihada: Ko-itame (wood grain pattern) Hamon: Gunome midare Certificate #1: NTHK-NPO Kanteisho (a sword designated as Important by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Sword) Certificate #2: NTHK-NPO Kanteisho (a sword koshirae (fittings) designated as Important by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Sword) Included: Army Officer fittings, silk carry bag, sword stand, maintenance kit, DVD, printed care guide, registration and all exportation paperwork to home country $5,500 (on hold for clients attending the Okinawa Sword Show) Ishido Teruhide (1900~1982) was the 10th and last generation of the prestigious Ishido Korekazu line of swordsmiths in Edo/Musashi Province (Tokyo). An excellent swordsmith, Teruhide was the descendant of the highly ranked Musashi Daijo Fujiwara Korekazu. During WWII, he produced many quality swords for high-ranking military officers and also made blades for civilians. The Nihon Token Tanrenjo and the Nihon Token Shinbunshi specially ranked Ishido Teruhide as BETSUKI in the 1943 list of top Gendai Swordsmiths. On this particularly sword Teruhide chiseled his name with a classic two-character signature that he used early on in his career. As in all Ishido swords the construction is sublime. Sword is blessed with a fine ko-itame jihada and muji-hada with a prominent gunome midare wavy hamon. Blade is housed in WWII Japanese Army Officer Shin-Gunto Koshirae that includes a protective cover for its unusual lightweight wooden scabbard that is signed by the craftsman (a happy
8 discovery when we peeled back the cover!). There are matching serial number 3 on all fittings an proudly carries the blue and brown Company Officer tassel suspended from the hilt. Sword is accompanied with NTHK-NPO Kanteisho certification that validates this sword as being a quality gendaito made by traditional folding methods.
9 item# ujka011 currently available on consignment A TOMOTSUGU KATANA signed, muromachi period (circa 15th century) Swordsmith: Uda School TOMOTSUGU Location: Etchu province (modern-day Toyama) Measurements: Length: 75.0cm (ubu) Curvature: 3cm(!) Moto-haba: 3.2cm Jihada: Itame (wood grain pattern) Hamon: Gunome midare Certificate: NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon (a sword designated as Especially Worthy of Conservation by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Art Sword) Included: Custom koshirae, shirasaya, brocade carry bags, sword stand, maintenance kit, DVD, printed care guide, sword is currently in the United States SOLD Some katanas radiate invincibility. This is one such Samurai sword. Behold a two-character, ubu nakago, signed by Uda School Tomotsugu katana with a cutting edge of 75cm and a wicked 3cm in curvature. It is a sword that captures the imagination, and holds it. There were a number of talented swordsmiths signing Tomotsugu from the Uda School in Etchu province nestled on the Sea of Japan. They can be traced back to the 14th century Nambokucho period with influences deriving from Yamato and Soshu traditions. This is clearly one of the finest swords ever produced by the school during the Muromachi period, circa 15th century. The katana carries a wonderful gunome midare hamon that surfs itself the length of the blade and a robust itame hada. It s hard not to be in awe of its energy when holding this sword. The katana was initially housed only in its protective shirasaya. As such, a custom koshirae was built for the client. This was one of the first katanas ever sold at Unique Japan and our first major custom koshirae project that pays tribute to the sea and of good fortune. The sword is now available on consignment and currently resides in the United States. Please review images below and here:
12 item# ujka122 currently available A SHODAI YUKIHIRO KATANA signed, early edo period (kanbun era: ) Swordsmith: Hizen No Kuni Dewa No Kami YUKIHIRO (1st generation) Location: Hizen province (Saga prefecture) Measurements: Length: 69.0cm Curvature: 2.0cm Moto-haba: 2.9cm Jihada: Ko-itame (wood grain pattern) Hamon: Gunome midare (lovely wavy clove blossoms), long ashi, sunagashi Nakago: Ubu, Ha-agari Kurishiri, Sujikai Yasuri Certificate #1: NBTHK Hozon (a sword designated as Worthy of Preservation by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Art Sword) Certificate #2: NTHK Kanteisho (a sword designated as Important by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Sword) Fujishiro: Jo-saku (ranked as a superior swordsmith) Included: In shirasaya, carry bag, stand, maintenance kit, DVD, printed care guide, registration and all exportation paperwork to home country SOLD Here is a katana by one my favourite swordsmiths, Maestro Yukihiro, son of Yoshinobu and younger brother to Masahiro was born in He received his Dewa no Daijo title in 1648 and his Dewa no Kami title (Lord of Dewa province) in This katana was made after he received his no Kami title, which is always desirable. In 1650 Yuikihiro moved to Nagasaki to study Dutch forging techniques with Hisatsugu and Tanenaga. It is assumed that he also studied the Bizen Ichimonji in Edo (Tokyo) with Noriyoshi. Swords produced by Yukihiro display all the excellence that makes the Hizen tradition so sought after. As this particular sword is of classic Edo-period Samurai sword length and curvature, it was evidently depended upon in past battles. It s taken a couple knocks on the chin.
13 A few very minor flaws to the body allow it to be offered at a very reasonable price for a genuine original length Shodai Yukihiro katana. Yukihiro was such a skilled swordsmith that six generations of talented smiths followed in their master s footsteps. This sword is an excellent candidate for a custom made koshirae to rest her in. Please enquire for further information and details. Two certificates of authenticity accompany this fine katana.
14 item# ujka140 A MASATOMI KATANA signed, early edo period (jokyo era: ) currently available Swordsmith: Bungo no Kami MASATOMI Location: Owari province (Nagoya area) Measurements: Length: 60.4cm (ubu) Curvature: 1.4cm Moto-haba: 3.2cm Jihada: Ko-itame (wood grain pattern) Hamon: Choji midare, sunagashi, yakidaka and hakeru Certificate #1: NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon (a sword designated as Especially Worthy of Conservation by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Art Sword from 1987!) Certificate #2,3,4: NTHK-NPO Kanteisho (sword and sword koshirae and tsuba designated as Important by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Sword) Included: Edo period koshirae, shirasaya, brocade carry bag, sword stand, maintenance kit, DVD, printed care guide, registration and all exportation paperwork SOLD This is a brilliant katana by swordsmith Minamoto Masatomi (Shozen) who moved to Owari Nagoya from Mino province. His swords have a similar feel to Hoki no Kami Nobutaka. From kissaki to kashira, there are many qualities to this sword that will delight its new owner.
15 The hamon is a bright choji-midare that jumps off the blade. All hamon patterns are inherently unique, however, this temper line is one rarely seen on a sword. It s very beautiful. A marvelous set of koshirae accompanies the katana too. It pays tribute to the ocean with an Echizen Kinai School clamshell-design as a tsuba, waves on the fuchi-kashira and the Heike warrior crab on the menuki! Four certificates of authenticity come with this Samurai sword.
18 Tombo Ammi Visnaga Green Mist, Plum branch, Gerbera stem, Decorative stone, Ceramic vessel Item# ujik335 A momentary depiction of the dragonfly Tombo. Statuesque Green Mist is the focal point of this arrangement. The compound umbel bearing tiny green flowers lends a delicate airiness. Atop, slender branches of blossoming plum intersect. The characteristic wings of tombo at rest appear. The dragonfly is dear to the Japanese heart. In fact, Japan was once called Akitsushima meaning The Island of the Dragon-fly. According to legend, Jinmu, the first divine emperor of Japan, stood on the top of a mountain surveying all of Yamato (the old name for Japan) and remarked that the land resembled the shape of a ring of tombo (dragonflies). It is from this phrase that Yamato also became known as Akitsushima. Tombo are highly revered and respected, being symbolic of strength, courage and success. Representing the subconscious mind and deeper thoughts, the presence of a dragonfly reminds us to pay attention to our dreams and inner feelings, to open one s eyes. Tombo are also known as victory insects or kachimushi due to their hunting prowess. They are fast agile fliers, quick to attack in mid-air, known to never retreat. For these reasons, tombo became a motif favoured among the warrior class. Hilts of swords and arrow quivers were commonly emblazoned with the image of the fearless, swift and courageous dragonfly.
19 Artwork available as limited edition framed prints and high-resolution digital downloads uniquejapan.com/ikebana
21 item# ujka143 A TOMOYOSHI KATANA signed & dated (12th year of showa, august 1937) Swordsmith: Osaka Ju Izumi TOMOYOSHI Location: Izumi city, Osaka Measurements: Length: 68.4cm (ubu) Curvature: 1.5cm Moto-haba: 3.3cm Jihada: Masame (straight grain) and ko-itame (wood grain pattern) Hamon: Naka-suguha (straight) with tight wavy ko-midare and ashi-iri Certificate: NTHK-NPO Kanteisho (a sword designated as Important by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Sword) Designation: This blade was awarded the "Recommendation Work" prize at the Kigen 2600th memorial ceremony Art Show in commemoration of Emperor Jimmu Included: Shirasaya, brocade carry bag, sword stand, maintenance kit, DVD, printed care guide, registration and all exportation paperwork SOLD Switching gears to the 20th century, it comes with great pleasure to introduce a gendaito katana with an imperial story. Swordsmith Tomoyoshi from Izumi city in Osaka produced this katana for an Art Show in the summer of 1937 that commemorated the 2600th enthronement anniversary of Japan s first emperor, Emperor Jimmu. This sword was so well received that it won the Recommendation Work prize. This honour was subsequently chiseled onto the nakago. In paying proper respect to the life of Emperor Jimmu who is said to have captured Yamato (Nara city), this sword was produced in the Yamato tradition with free-flowing masame hada (straight grain) mixed with itame hada. It is, above all, an excellent work of art. The hamon is a beautifully made straight suguha - the iconic temper line of the Yamato tradition of course. The construction is wide, healthy and strong with a formidable moto-haba of 3.3cm.
22 It is interesting to note that in 1940, a Peace Tower was built in Miyazaki in honour Emperor Jimmu. On the front of the tower reads "Hakko Ichiu" (eight crown cords, one roof), which is attributed to the emperor meaning, "United under one roof". This was often used as a rallying cry for imperialists who believed that peace would reign once Asia was united under Japanese leadership. This is a sword that was likely carried in WWII.
25 item# ujka145 currently available A SHIZUHIRO KATANA Signed, early edo period (kanbun era: ) Swordsmith: Hizen no Kami SHIZUHIRO Location: Iga province (Mie prefecture) Measurements: Length: 67.3cm (ubu) Curvature: 1.3cm Moto-haba: 3.2cm Jihada: Itame tsumu (narrow wood grain pattern) Hamon: Futome naka-suguba (wide straight line) Certificate: NTHK-NPO Yushusaku (a sword designated as Highly Excellent by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Sword) Provenance: This sword was owned by Mr. Toyoshirou Yamamoto, eighth rank Included: Shirasaya, brocade carry bag, sword stand, maintenance kit, DVD, printed care guide, registration and all exportation paperwork $9,000 (on hold for clients attending the Okinawa Sword Show) Keeping along military lines, here is a katana that has wonderful provenance and would be of interest to someone who works for the Armed Forces in his or her respective country. Many clients ask us if we know the ownership history of Japanese swords. Unfortunately, we rarely discover which familes may have claimed ownership, largely for privacy reasons. This katana bucks the trend though. Here we have an Edo period katana with two long bo-hi grooves that was made 350 years ago by talented swordsmith Shizuhiro. A Mr. Toyoshirou Yamamoto subsequently owned the sword (in the 20th century) and not only was his name chiseled onto the nakago, but also his 8th rank in the Japanese Armed Forces! Surely this was a sword that was proudly carried in WWII. Its length would fit a traditional gunto koshirae perfectly. The hamon is a straight laser beam of suguha over a jihada that was meticulously crafted in tight itame hada. The large tip (o-kissaki) gives the katana extra character.
26 This katana was awarded the prestigious rank of NTHK-NPO Yushusaku the highest honour at the non-profit sword preservation society. It will be featured in a book of other Yushusaku swords from this organization set to be released in the near future. Below is a close look at the nakago, broken down into the characters that form this unique story. A custom koshirae with Samurai battle fittings would a theme to consider for this darling katana.
29 item# ujka148 A HOSHO SCHOOL KATANA unsigned, kamakura period (~1317) Swordsmith: The Hosho School (attribution) Location: Yamato province (Nara prefecture) Certificate: 48th NBTHK Juyo Token (a sword designated as a Profound Sword by the Society for the Preservation of the Japan Art Sword. Certificate issued in 2002, serial no ) Nagasa (length): 68.1cm Curvature: 1.7cm Moto-haba: 2.7cm Saki-haba: 1.7cm Kissaki: 2.8 cm Nakago length: 16.5cm Nakago curvature: 0.2cm Jihada: Pure masame-hada, thick ji-nie, good chikei and sharp Boshi: Sugu-gokoro (straight line) and curled back at the tip Hamon: Hoso-suguba (narrow straight line), komidare-gokoro, ko-ashi, nioi-fukaku, habuchi-hotsurete, uchi-noke, sunagashi, and sharp Shape: Shinogi-zukuri, iori-mune, hosomi (narrow blade), shinogi-hirome/takame (shinogi is wide and high), O-suriage, chukissaki (mid-size nakago) Nakago: O-suriage, saki-kiri, sujikai, four holes Included: Edo-period koshirae, shirasaya, brocade carry bags, sword stand, maintenance kit, DVD, printed care guide, exportation paperwork to home country SOLD continue for details >
30 Before the capital was transferred to Kyoto in Yamashiro province, Nara in Yamato province was the center of Japanese culture. This was known as the Nara period, from AD. The mural on the left is of a group of women in continental jackets and long skirts from this time. Nara has a greatly coveted history in Japan. It is said that Amakuni who lived in Yamato during the Nara period was the earliest Japanese swordsmith. Although no signed blades of his exist today, the origins of the Japanese sword can be traced back to Yamato. According to Kokan Nagayama, author of the Connoisseurs Book of Japanese Swords: The development of the swordsmiths s trade in Yamato was closely linked to the area s proximity to the capital at Nara. Furthermore, swordsmiths prosperity depended on their relationship with the temples with which they were affiliated. From the end of the Heian period (794~1185AD), temples in Yamato province acquired vast manors and many branch temples, and strove to arm themselves in order to guard their rights and property. The five major Yamato schools the Senjuin, Tegai, Taima, Hosho and Shikkake were groups of swordsmiths who supplied the temples, and the Yamato tradition thus became known over a wide area through the nationwide organizations of these temples. Of the five major schools of the Yamato Tradition mentioned above, the Hosho School holds a special place amongst them. For it is within the Hosho School that the iconic straight-grain forging pattern known as masame-hada was born onto long swords. When one learns about the general characteristics of the Yamato tradition, the general rule is that the jihada (surface skin of the steel) is that it is forged in masame. However, when one looks closely at the five Yamato schools, only the Hosho School forges exclusively in masame. They are the most conservative school and arguably, the most reverered. Interestingly, Hosho is the only school that is not named after a temple or a location, but likely that of a family name, Hosho. According to Japanese sword scholar Han Bing Siong this is a very significant point and directly relates to their prominence: The Japanese sources do not mention any temple to which the Hosho belonged. Could it perhaps be that the Hosho were the very few swordsmiths in Yamato working independently from the temples? Then their swords presumably were made for samurai and not for war monks.
31 It exudes an old traditional atmosphere and is in a healthy state. This sword is an extraordinary work that even surpasses other great swords from the Hosho School. A Hosho School Katana 48th NBTHK Juyo Token Certificate It gives us great pleasure to introduce a masterpiece from the Kamakura period. A remarkable katana attributed to the Hosho School with NBTHK Juyo Token certification. As previously illustrated, the Hosho School specialized in producing masame-hada. A straight grain forging technique that only the Hosho School perfected and religiously adhered to. One must admire their strict code of conduct, such immense pride they carried. The simple reason that all other schools did not forge swords this way: it s difficult. The welds form long seams thus it is common for the sword to split along the seams. In fact, most Hosho School swords show such hada-ware of this variety. It s accepted as a charm point. Except on this katana the pure masame hada is essentially flawless. It is a very rare and pristine example of the work that made this school so greatly treasured. This sword s sayagaki (a sword appraisal opinion) takes the attribution a step further to Hosho Sadayoshi one of the founders of the school and a National Treasured swordsmith. The NBTHK Juyo Token certificate strongly re-affirms the importance of this katana as an extraordinary work that even surpasses other great swords from the Hosho School. The sword holds another masterclass of craftsmanship, her koshirae. The eye is instantly drawn to the black-lacquered straight grooved lines of the saya known as Tate Kizami Saya. This design is no accident. This is complimentary Japanese art at the highest level. Other parts of the koshirae include an outstanding tsuba (guard) that is from the Goto School from the early Edo period and a fuchi-kashira with delightful depictions of the moon. In fact, both the koshirae and tsuba comes with NTHK-NPO Kanteisho Certificates of Authenticity. As stated in Catalogue 19, the words Juyo Token are often translated as being an Important Sword. However, a closer, more suitable choice of swords would be Profound. This katana is a very rare and valuable piece of Japanese history with profound significance. The next owner must ensure that is continues its inspiring journey in a faithful manner. Six pages of insight follow regarding this Samurai katana that only scratch the surface of this masterclass. Please contact me, Pablo, at for further information and interest in ownership. Thank you.
38 item# ujwa165 A HIZEN TADAHIRO II WAKIZASHI signed, early edo period (kanbun era: 1661~1673) Swordsmith: Omi Daijo Fujiwara TADAHIRO (second generation) Location: Hizen province Measurements: Length: 54.8cm Curvature: 1.0cm Moto-haba: 3.2cm Jihada: Very tight itame leading to konuka hada Hamon: Classic suguha with ko-ashi Nakago: Ubu nakago, kiri yasuri Boshi: Ko-maru Certificate: NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon (a sword designated as Especially Worthy of Conservation by the Society for the Preservation of the Japan Art Sword) Fujishiro: Jojo-saku (ranked as a highly superior swordsmith) and o-wazamono Included: Shirasaya, silk carry bag, sword stand, maintenance kit, DVD, printed care guide, registration and all exportation paperwork to home country SOLD Born Hashimoto Heishiro in Saga, Hizen in 1614, renowned swordsmith second generation (Nidai) Tadahiro began working with his father, maestro Shodai (first generation) Tadayoshi at the tender age of ten.
39 Guided by his father and other great smiths such as Shodai Masahiro and Yoshinobu, Tadahiro took over leadership of the school at the age of nineteen when his father died in He then changed his name from Hashimoto Heishiro to Hashimoto Shinsaemon. Curiously, it is understood that his new name appears on a family document pledging to the Shogunate that the Hashimoto family would not sell swords for export to foreign countries. As head of the Tadayoshi School, second generation Tadahiro always signed his name Tadahiro and never Tadayoshi. In July of 1641, after only nine years after taking over the Tadayoshi School, he was given the honorific title of "Omi Daijo". He was only 28. Nidai Tadahiro died at the age of 81 in the sixth year of Genroku or His works span an incredible 60 years. The sheer quantity and quality of his work makes him one of the most prized artisans, legendary among Hizen smiths. This signed and very healthy wakizashi (moto-haba of 3.2cm) was made in the Kanbun era (circa ) during the twilight era of his career. We can deduce this by referring to his signature at the time and the way the nakagojiri is made to a more gradual point. The sword has recently been polished and encompasses all one would hope for in a Tadahiro II sword. It features his masterful and iconic suguha hamon like a laser beam coupled with a flawless body packed so tightly resulting in the much-desired konuka hada. What makes the sword extra special is the presence of horimono, engraving. On one side of the blade there is a depiction of Ken with sankozuka (sword with vajra thunderbolt hilt) seen on the left here. The other is goma hashi (chopsticks used on the altars of Shinto shrines) with a bonji character for good fortune. Of particular note, Fujishiro discusses the rarity of horimono on Tadahiro Nidai forged blades in Nihon Shinto Jiten: Rarely, there is horimono of kenmakiryu, and these were made by Yoshinaga All told, this is a long and highly collectible Hizen wakizashi by one of the greats of the school certified NBTHK Tokubetsu Hozon. A thoughtful custom koshirae would compliment this sword very well indeed.
42 item# ujka146 A MUNEYUKI KATANA unsigned, momoyama period (circa 1596) currently on hold Swordsmith: Takada Fujiwara MUNEYUKI (attribution) Location: Bungo province (Oita prefecture) Length: 70.7cm (ubu) Curvature: 2.3cm Moto-haba: 2.8cm Hamon: Nie-suguha, with gunome waves Jihada: Ko-itame Certificate: NTHK-NPO Kanteisho (a sword designated as Important by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Sword) Fujishiro: Chujo-saku (ranked as an above average swordsmith) Included: Shirasaya, sword fabric bags, sword stand, maintenance kit, DVD, printed care guide, registration and export paperwork $5,500 (on hold) This graceful and powerful katana is attributed to swordsmith Muneyuki of the Takada School from Bungo province in Kyushu. Muneyuki Takada was known as Nakama Shingoro. He began crafting swords during the Azuchi Momoyama Period a remarkable and turbulent 30-year window of time that transitioned into the long and relatively peaceful Edo Period. Possessing skill and leadership, Muneyuki became the founder of the Shinto Takada School. Muneyuki is rated Wazamono for producing swords with excellent cutting ability. The Takada School carries a reputation for producing dependable swords that will excel in battle. This fine katana is one such classic Samurai sword. The hamon is a unique combination of long stretches of straight suguha that burst into pockets of wild gunome waves. The blade carries a sense of composure and excitement. A custom koshirae project will be an enjoyable adventure to build upon this katana.
44 item# ujwa164 A KANENAKA WAKIZASHI unsigned, early edo period (tenna era: ) currently on hold Swordsmith: Musashi no Kami KANENAKA (attribution) Location: Echizen province (Fukui prefecture) Measurements Length: 49.0cm (o-suriage) Curvature: 1.0cm Moto-haba: 2.2cm Hamon: Gunome kurikaishi Jihada: Itame Certificate: NTHK-NPO Kanteisho (a sword designated as Important by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Sword) Fujishiro: Chujo-saku (above average swordsmith) & Wazamono (good cutting) Included: Vintage koshirae, sword fabric bag, sword stand, maintenance kit, DVD, printed care guide, registration and export paperwork $3,600 (on hold) Looks can certainly be deceiving this little puppy packs a serious punch. First of all, this sword has a battle scar called kirikomi on the mune (spine) of the blade. This is a mark of distinction as it comes from blocking the sword of an opponent in batttle. The sword has been attributed to Wazamono swordsmith Kanenaka from Echizen province, a well-regarded swordsmith who lived in this growing castle town during the late 1600s.
45 The sword is housed in Edo-period koshirae featuring menuki with golden dragons, a matching tsuba and fuchi-kashira carrying a refined arabesque design. The black lacquered scabbard is reinforced with an iron kojiri (tip). There is also a kozuka (utility knife) depicting birds in flight. The blade contains a very active hamon with plenty of activity to enjoy such as kinsuji (black lines of nie crystals) and sunagashi (sweepings of sand) twisting through the hamon with authority.
47 item# ujwa166 A KANEMICHI WAKIZASHI signed, early edo period (tenna era: ) currently available Swordsmith: Mishina Tango no Kami KANEMICHI (second generation) Location: Settsu province (Osaka) Measurements Length: 52.7cm (ubu) Curvature: 1.0cm Hamon: Sudare-ba Jihada: Itame Certificate #1: NBTHK Tokubetsu Kicho (a sword designated as Especially Precious by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Art Sword) Certificate #2: NTHK-NPO Kanteisho (a sword designated as Important by the Society for the Preservation of the Japanese Sword) Fujishiro: Chujo-saku (above average swordsmith) Included: Shirasaya, sword fabric bag, sword stand, maintenance kit, DVD, etc. $6,000 Kanemichi Nidai is the son of first generation Kanemichi of Settsu province who traveled originally from Kyoto to begin the Osaka branch of the Mishina School. What a gorgeous sword this is! Blessed with the eye-catching signature sudare-ba hamon and note the moon and sun cleverly depicted on either side of the kissaki. A minor flaw exists in the jihada. A custom koshirae awaits this lovely wakizashi that is papered with two certificates of authenticity.
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