Masamitsu

MASAMITSU, middle koto period Mino;

mei: mumei, o-suriage
sugata: katana, shinogi-zukuri, iori-mune,;
nagasa: 69.0 cm, sori 1.3 cm, motohaba 2.91 cm, sakihaba 2.01 cm, kasane 0.77 cm;
nakago: long, 2 mekugi ana, o-suriage mumei, kiri tip;
hamon: gunome and choji midare, with small nie-deki, many sunagashi and kinsuji;
boshi: wide yakitsune;
kitae: jigane is itame hada with mokume, abundant grain and much ji-nie, chikei and utsuri on the ji;
[Mino-to p.33, but not clear identification]
(oshigata from Aoi Art, Tokyo)
A blade with much high quality work of the Nanbokucho period; attributed to Masamitsu (a son of Kanemitsu)

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