Kanemoto

KANEMOTO wakizashi, Kanbun shinto period;

mei: mumei
sugata: shinogi zukuri, iori-mune;
nagasa: 48.3 cm; small sori 0.8 cm; motohaba 3.06 cm, sakihaba 2.12 cm, kasane 0.55 cm;
hamon: gunome midare in niedeki, with togari ba midare;
boshi: ko-maru (small notare?), small kaeri; kitae: jitetsu of itame hada, with clear grain, and abundant jinie;
nakago: suriage, kiri, two mekugi ana, mumei;
[Mino-to: p.109]
This is a thick blade with little curvature, and typical of the Kanbu period (1661+)
Attributed to a later generation (kodai) Kanemoto.
[oshigata from Aoi Art, Tokyo]

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