Some examples of engravings that
we can make. (under construction)
A short groove (Koshi-hi)
Usually it suggests the sword of the buddha "Fudo-myo'o".
Sometimes it can mean any buddha.
It is not a decoration, but is the most simple symbol
of prayers. So it must appear on one side.
It means a seat of Buddha.
It doesn't appear as it only. It must be a set for a
A Sanskrit letter of Dainichi-nyorai
Some styles of a Sanskrit letter of Amida-nyorai
Sometimes this buddha appears on the blade as a set of Sanskrit letter and a short groove, both on one side or separate onto each side.
Sanskrit letters of Fudo-myo'o, constructed with some letters
A Sanskrit letter of Fudo-myo'o like Shintogo style.
A Sanskrit letter of Marishiten
A decorative style of Marishiten
Sanskrit letters of Aizen-myo'o
A Sanskrit letter of Bishamonten
An example of Bishamonten
On the obverse side, a Sanskrit letter of Bishamonten.
On the reverse side, a short groove with a narrow longer
groove beside it. It suggests a figure of Bishamonten who stands with a
A Hebraic letter "Shin"
Hebraic letters are not found in old Japanese swords. This is made by request
of a customer.
We think, the spirit to put it into the blade accords
with the tradition of Japanese sword.
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