Origin: Hoki Kami Fujiwara Hirotaka Eichizen JuDate/Period: Edo periodMaterials: SteelSize: 59.1 cutting edgeSigned and NBTHK
Japanese Nihonto Katana Hoki Kami Fujiwara Hirotaka Eichizen Ju NBTHK This swordsman also had the ranking of Jyo-Jyos Saku (cutting test ranking) He also received the names Hoki-daijo and Hoki no kami. Hirotaka was an Owazamono swordsman and his swords are therefore phenomenal of quality. This sword is also provided with NBTHK papers and was released on 27-01-2015 A sword of this great master was especially known for his sharpness and flexibility and very high degree of craftsmanship. He was employed in Eichizen Province the sword was created between 1655 and 1658. In addition, Hirotaka was a member of the famous Shimosaka Sword School. This is a very beautiful leaf with a gorgeous Hammon Nie Deki, Suguha base with Ko-Gunome Midare Jitetsu: Ko-Itame Hada well grained with Jinie attach. The Jigane is beautiful Length of the blade is 59.1 cm. Nagasa. The tsuba is from edo period and is beautifully has nice details , the koshirae is in perfect condition The whole condition is beautifully finished Very special is the golden habakki as you can see performed as mount fuji (beautiful detail)
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