GALLERY
For appreciation and study
This section is not for sale
Items for sale are in the catalogue


SWORD

 

Tanto "Shinsoku"
Wakizashi, O-suriage (Ko-Aoe)
Broken tip of "Sueyuki" (Ko-Aoe)
Tanto "Kuniyoshi" (Awataguchi)
Wakizashi, O-suriage (Aoe or Nioh)
Tanto "Osafune Kagemasa" (or Kagemitsu)
Wakizashi, O-suriage (Shizu)
Wakizashi, O-suriage (Taema)
Wakizashi, Mumei (Shikkake)
Wakizashi, Mumei, typical "katate-uchi" sword
Wakizashi, Mumei (Gassan)
Tachi, Mumei (Gassan)
Tanto, "Tadamitsu" (Osafune) yoroi-doshi style
Wakizashi "Kiyomitsu" (Kaga province)
Katana, "Fujiwara Masayuki" (Takada)
 


 

 TSUBA
tsuba1 black copper (shakudo), old and beautiful.
tsuba4 Akasaka, plum tree design, excellent tsuba.
tsuba5 steel, crane design.
tsuba2 Kyo, simple design and good steel.

Old and Simple
Ko-tosho, a wild goose cut out
Ko-katchushi, simple
Ko-katchushi, some cut-out work
Cross and Dragon
Owari, octagon shape
Owari, sun shine and crescents
Namban
Tosho
"Umetada Shigenari"
Yagyu
"Yasutsugu", Edo in 18th century
Radiate design, in real fight
"Nobuchika", a present tsuba smith
Musashino-sukashi, Akasaka school
 
 

 
FITTINGS
 
fittings9 fuchi, black copper, with golden gourds design on it. 16c.
 
Menuki
Bamboo & sparrow of yamagane

Oar and anchor
Japanese pepper tree

 
Fuchi and Kashira
Fan in the autumn, Owari style
Dragonflies, Satsuma style
Fittings of a motif "Treasures" fuchi, kashira, menuki and tsuba
 
OTHERS

others3 wakizashi style koshirae.

Chinese swords
Shashka, Russian sabre

 
 

NEWLY PRODUCED SWORD
Recently produced by us.


1 Tanto in Kanmuri-otoshi-zukuri style
2 Tanto in Kata-kiriha-zukuri style
3 Tachi in Kissaki-moroha-zukuri style
4 Spear in Kikuchi-yari style
5 Tanto in Osoraku zukuri style
6 Tanto in Moroha-zukuri style
7 Tachi with Katana koshirae
8 Katana with sabre mount
9 Spear in Hira-sankaku-zukuri style
10 Tachi in Kissaki-moroha-zukuri style with Tachi koshirae
11 Sabre in Kissaki-moroha-zukuri style
12 Ken tanto size
13 Sample sword to think about steel grain and hamon pattern
 


Interesting swords for study

Challenging Masamune style
Tanto of worn out (K-un)
Tanto, Shin-shinto Mumei, (sandwich construction)
Arrowhead
 


Please study the swords of National Treasures of Japan =>  


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