Wakizashi - Mumei(No Signature) - NTHK Certificate(Masakage) - Shirasaya Koshirae - Ubu Nakago - Shinshinto Era - Tokyo 238200


Here is a large and powerful Shinsinto-era wakizashi. It is both wide and thick for a wakizashi, giving it a powerful katana-like appearance. The state of preservation of this piece is extremely good, and both the sashi-omote and sashi-ura sides are very beautiful and clean. However, there are two flaws like sinae on the minne. The well-packed itame hada is characterized by a dynamic midare hamon. You can enjoy the niedeki gnome in the ha. Although this sword is unsigned, the Japanese Sword Preservation Society(NTHK), a non-profit organization, recognizes this sword as the work of Masakage of Gushu, and a certificate of authenticity is included with the sword. Masakage was a disciple of Hokino-kami Masayuki and was the exclusive swordsmith of the Kaziki Shimadu family. It is said that Masakage's sword was the favorite of Jurota Henmi, who was a member of Saigo's army during the Civil War that broke out in the early Meiji period.

This sword with certificate of authenticity is very affordable, so buy it now. 

  • Blade length: 41.6 cm
  • Curvature: 0.9 cm
  • Number of Mekugi hole: 1
  • Sakihaba: 26.0 mm
  • Sakikasane: 4.4 mm
  • Motohaba: 34.2 mm
  • Motokasane: 6.0 mm
  • Signature: No signature
  • Era: Shinshinto
  • Structure: Shinogi-zukuri, Iori-mune
  • Jitetsu: Itame
  • Hamon: Midare
  • Boshi: Midarekonde Ko-maru ni Kaeru
  • Weight(Blade only): 520 g
  • Nakago: Ubu
  • Koshirae: Shirasaya
  • Original Registration No.: Tokyo 238200

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