Tanto: Yusuishin Sadayoshi

Order number : 15724

Tanto in Shirasaya (NBTHK Hozon paper)
Signature : Yusuishin Sadayoshi Saku (Mukansa)
Showa Tsuchinoto Hitsuji Nen Aki (Autumn of Showa 54th, AD1979)
(We divide 4 sections for each sword as Saijyo saku, Jyojyo saku Jyo saku and regular saku)
This sword belongs to Jojo saku ranking.

The blade is polished by good polisher.
Habaki : Gold single Habaki.
Blade length : 26.0 cm or 10.2 inches.
Mekugi : 1
Width at the hamachi : 2.46 cm or 0.97 inches.
Kasane : 0.9 cm or 0.35 inches.
Era : Showa 54, autumn.
Shape : The blade is thick and engraved Bo-Hi healthy blade.
Jigane : Koitame Hada well grained with Jinie attach and Chikei work wonderful texture.
Hamon : Niedeki with thick Nioikuchi Gunome Midare with Sunagasi and Kinsuji work. Hamon becomes very active from Monouchi to Kissaki area.

Special feature : A secular name of Yusuisin Sadayoshi is Enomoto Sadayoshi.
He was bornd at Meiji 41th at Tokushima prefecture and moved to Osaka and studied under the Gassan Sadakatsu.
He studied Ayasugi Hamon from his master.
He also studied from National human treasure Takahashi Sadatsugu.
He moved to Mishima city in Shizuoka prefecture and started to use the signature ‘Yusuishin’ or ‘Wakimizu Kokoro’ (spring water) and got a lot of prizes at Shinsaku Meito Ten.
At Heisei 8th, he got the title Mukansa.
He mastered Ayasugi Hda and also high technique of Jigane like Soshu den, Yamato Masame Hada, Bizen-den, Soden-Bizen and so on.
This blade looks So-den Bizen style wonderful texture and also active nice Hamon.

NBTHK Hozon paper (*passed Shinsa. Waiting for paper to be published)
Aoi Art estimation paper : whole Oshigata.

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Price : 330,000 JPY- (shipping costs not included in price)
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