(Mino) Senjuin

mumei MINO (AKASAKA) SENJUIN, early koto period Mino;

sugata: katana, elegant blade with small sori 0.4 cm, shinogi-zukuri, iori-mune;
nagasa: 68.1 cm, motohaba 2.83 cm, kasane 0.62 cm;
nakago: o-suriage, mumei, 2 mekugi ana, kiri tip;
hamon: ko-gunome, includes hotsure, kinsuji and sunagashi;
boshi: small pointed ko-maru some hakikake, and very small kaeri; chu kissaki;
kitae: ji-tetsu of itame hada with ji-nie and chikei;
horimono: omote has bo-hi; ura has 2 small grooves (futasuji-hi);
[Mino-to p.32]
This school founded by Kuninaga who moved to Akasaka, Mino from Yamato;
(oshigata from Aoi Art, Tokyo)

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