From the Hinode family Signature Ho-su Takada Jyu Fujiwara Moriyuki
Edo period, Kanbun era 1661
Shape The blade has a normal width, thickness with small sori
and longer kissaki resembling Laei Taihai
Jigane The blade is Koitame hada and Oitame was mixed with masanagare.
Hamon Konie deki Suguha with thick nioikuchi and soft Habuchi clear
Bo-shi is clearly round in shape.
Special feature: Ho-syu Takada Moriyuki lived Hoshu Takada
and was called Chozaemon in the kanbun era.
Koshirae Handachi issaku Koshirae.
Saya Black ishime ji Saya.
Tsuba On the round iron Tsuba, stand up featurette.
Engraved a family crest with gold color.
Signature Bungo hinodeke samurai Miyata Yoshiyasu with nengo.
Menuki On the syakudo plate, in the middle
a family crest engraved with gold color
Fuchikashira Kojiri, Kashiwade engraved design in Karakusa style.
Hoshu Takada Moriyuki generally makes suguha hamon
with thick nioikuchi.
The foliage is quite medium suguha with deep nioikuchi like Koto Enjyu style.
Koshirae is also in a nice condition handachi-style fitting.
The Tsuba is zaimei and also uramei which is interesting and a nice detail
Tsuba maker and the owner of this sword is Moyata Yoshiyasu who was a samurai of Hinode family in Bungo province.
NBTHK Hozon Token.
Habaki silver double habaki.
Blade length 69.6 cm or 27.40 inch.
Sori 1.05 cm or 0.43 inch. Mekugi 2
Width at the hamachi: 3.02 cm or 1.18 inch.
Width at the Kissaki 1.99 cm or 0.78 inch.
Kasane 0.68 cm or 0.26 inch.
Weight of the blade 695 grams.
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