Appraisal Quiz #748

Previous answer is
  Bishu Osafune Norimitsu.
Kyotoku Gannen 8 Gatsu (August 1452)

Special feature: describes the characteristics of the hamon, the pattern on the blade.Bizen Yasumiysu bis the name that represents the style and features of the hamon, and it is said to resemble the style of “M”orimitsu m”Cyuoji midare Bo-shi, refers to a part of the hamon’s pattern, where it forms a pointed shape resembling a candle wick. This pattern curves and returns sharply.I hope this helps clarify the meaning of the given description of a Japanese sword.

Appraisal Quiz #748 (June 24th, 2023)
Who made this sword do you think ?


Blade length : 70.6cm or 27.8 inches.
Sori : 1.6cm or 0.63 inches.
Mekugi : 2
Width at the hamachi : 2.7cm or 1.063inches.
Width at the Kissaki : 1.96cm or 0.77 inches.
Kasane : 0.57cm or 0.224inches.
The weight of the sword 570 grams
Shape : Nakago is an Ichimonji style fillet width, and it is a work with a moderate amount
of layers and an ordinary work with Kissaki having an ordinary appearance.
Jigane :Masame hada Mokume is mixed into the main body, and chikei is mixed into fine
ground iron.
Hamon :Niedeki Nioikuchi is deeply disturbed by Gunome midare, followed by gentle
Habuchi, followed by Notareba hamon, followed by Kinsuji and sunagasi.
Bo-shi, Hakikake and Kinsuji work softly.


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