MUTSU-KAMI KANEYASU(陸奥守包保)

MUTSU-KAMI KANEYASU(陸奥守包保) was a Japanese swordsmith born in Yamato and worked in Settsu and Shinano province.  Region Yamato, Settsu, and Shinano province (Nara,Osaka, and Nagano prefecture [...]

TSUNAHIRO(綱広)

TSUNAHIRO(綱広) was a Japanese swordsmith active in Sagami province.  Region Sagami province(Kanagawa prefecture today) Active Muromachi period. Related swordsmiths GISUKE(義助) Tsunaie(綱家)*elderly [...]

OZAKI SUKETAKA(尾崎助隆)

OZAKI SUKETAKA(尾崎助隆) was a Japanese swordsmith active in Osaka prefecture. He was one of the most famous smiths in western Japan of the time. Region Osaka prefecture Active ca. 1753 – 1805 [...]

SENDAI KUNIKANE(仙台国包)

SENDAI KUNIKANE(仙台国包) was a Japanese swordsmith in Mutsu province. He is rated at SAIJO-WAZAMONO(最上大業物). Region Mutsu province (Sendai of Miyagi prefecture today) Active ca. 1592 – 1665 [...]

KIYONDO(清人)

KIYONDO(清人) was a Japanese swordsmith working in Edo, Musashi province. Region Musashi province (Tokyo metropolis today) Active ca. 1827 – 1901 Related swordsmiths Minamoto Kiyomaro(源清麿) [...]

KOTETSU(虎徹)

KOTETSU(虎徹) was a Japanese swordsmith working in Edo, Musashi province. Region Musashi province (Tokyo metropolis today) Active ca. 1605 – 1678 Related swordsmiths Izumi-kami [...]

HOKI-KAMI NOBUTAKA(伯耆守信高)

HOKI-KAMI NOBUTAKA(伯耆守信高) was a Japanese swordsmith working in Mino and Owari province. His name was succeeded through 10 generations until the end of the Edo period.  Region Mino and [...]

KANESADA(兼定)

KANESADA(兼定) was a Japanese swordsmith working in Seki of Mino province. His name was succeeded through many generations until the end of the Edo period. He is rated at O-wazamono ranking. Region [...]

KANEWAKA(兼若)

KANEWAKA(兼若), was a Japanese swordsmith in Kaga province.  Region Kaga province (Ishikawa prefecture today) Active the Edo period. Related swordsmiths Arihira(有平) Kagehira(景平) Characteristics  [...]

MOTOSHIGE(元重)

MOTOSHIGE(元重), was a Japanese swordsmith in Bizen province. Region Bizen province (Okayama prefecture today) Active the Kamakura to the Nanbokucho period. Related swordsmiths Morishige(守重)  of [...]

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