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1966 .^^f-^tSL^ THE JAPANESE SWORD AND From the collections of the ITS FITTINGS of the members JAPANESE SWORD SOCIETY OF NEW YORK and The Cooper Union Museum The Cooper Union Museum. New York March 26 through May 28.

the first publication of the Japanese Sword Society of is New York. of more than passing interest its to the Society and to organization are The Cooper Union Museum. the of the United States col lection. The entire history of a refined art form is embraced in the first Now. for the origin of related to the Museum in a way so intimate as seem ideal exhibition of its kind is presented. who have given unsparingly of talent and discrimination in order to make the exhibition and this publication a reality.. CHRISTIAN ROHLFING ADMINISTRATOR MEMBERS OF THE JAPANESE SWORD SOCIETY OF Roy Cole . This. The Museum wishes to express thanks to the Japanese Sword Society for this endeavor and. Represented in it are objects from the personal collection of members. in the eastern part since 1922. more particularly. to individual members of the Society.

social. rather than as an item of history or an object of technological ingenuity. Five hundred years later. a deeper meaning that goes far beyond the immediate appeal of shape and texture. Beneath the gleaming surface of these swords lies the seething beauty of molecular movement. Here sincerity combines with inspired skill to create a purposeful object of surpassing beauty. with such elegant and eloquent. As a result. The contrast between the serenity of form and the concentrated energy in the steel itself underscores the dialogue of philosophical approach and emotional response which is the unique aesthetic appeal of the Japanese sword. The sword should be considered as an art form. whole schools of artisans concentrated on making decorative fittings.D. results. Beginning in 800 A. and preservation. with the first sword of recorded date. and moral symbol.INTRODUCTION Any serious study of Japanese culture inevitably comes to include the sword. appraisal. As a religious military. than the Japanese blade. Probably no other people in the world has devoted so much reverence to their weapons or lavished so much time and effort in their production. there have been many thousands of master swordsmiths who dedicated their efforts to the blade alone. or to sense. which in its own right constitutes a rewarding field for aesthetic study. . such sword "furniture" provides an impressive legacy of metallurgical accomplishment. the sword has been an object of veneration in Japan for more than a thousand years. at least. It would be difficult to find a more precise example of form following function. Visitors to this exhibition may come to see.

KASHIRA MEKUGI HAbAKI fom SAYA^ KOJ/RI KASHIRA kOZUKA 1 KOGAI Sf .

. Nashi ji lacquer with family crests in gold.Tachi with stand.

KUNITOMO
Awataguchi school, Yamashiro Province; 1207.
Length:

KUNISHIGE
Senju-|n school, Mino Province; 1334.
Length:
27J-2".

25%

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Signed pieces are indicated by the artist's name

in

capital letters.

TOMOYUKI (Yamato
Inscription;

Province; 1350).
(no)

KUNIMUNE

(Uda school, Etchu Province; 1449).

"Yamato

Kuni

Toma Tomoyuki."

Length: 21".

Length:

24%".

TOMOSHIGE

(Kaga Province;

1^

HIROMITSU
Inscription:

(Soshu Province; 1350).

Inscription: "Fujiwara

Tomoshige."

"Sagami

(no) Kuni Junin Hiromitsu.

Length: 17§g".

Length: I5V2".

Muramasa (attributed). KOTETSU Inscription: (Musas>ii Province." Length: 15>2". Length: 175i". 1661). "Nagasone Okusato Niudo Kotetsu. 1460. . Ise Province.

10 . 1615). "Hizen Kuni Tadayoshi "Mutsu Daijo Miyoshi Nagomichi Length: 27^". 1676). (no) NAGAMICHI Inscription: (Mutsu Province.TADAYOSHI-I Inscription: (Hizen Province. Length: 25^2".

1659). MASAHIRO Inscription: (Hizen Province.KUNISUKE Inscription: (Settsu Province. "Hizen (no) Kuni Kawachi Kami Fujiwara Maschiro. 1660). (no) "Kawachi (no) Kami Kunisuke. 11 ." Length: 19^ "." Length: 27>2".

HANKEI (Musashi Province. Length: 18%".SUKENAO Inscription: (Omi Province. . 1689). 1625). "Omi (no) Kami Takagi Ju Sukenao. Length: 20>2".

(no) NOBUYOSHI Inscription: (Settsu Province.i^Si...:.-^^^^ YASUSADA Inscription: II ' I Province." Length: 23M". (no) "Yamato Kami Yosusado.. 1690). Kami Minamoto 13 .:ii'>:i5ft.xv*<i." "Tokai Echizen Roi Nobuyoshi.y^^i'^3yASl. 1652)..

14 . 1287). "Hizen (no) Kuni Ju Omi Daijo Fujiwara Tadahiro. ' Oshu Shirakawa-Shin-Tegarayama Masashige. Attribution." 28''?" Length: 27)/2"." (HE) GASSAN (Dewa Province. Length. Length 28".{14A)N0BUTAKA(0wari Length {14B) Province. 1688). 1848). (14C) MASASHIGE (Harima Inscription: Province. 1661). m\ TADAHIRO-I Inscription: I (Hizen Province. Wi . (14D)MUNEHIR0(Musashi Nobutaka." Lengtti: Province.26^" 1394). (14F) NAGAMITSU Length' ^ (Bizen Province. 1789). Inscription: "Hol<i (no) Kami Fujiwara Inscription: "Tairyusai Munehiro Kore (o) tsukuru.

15 . 1870). MORICHIKA (Shinano Province. 1600). Tanto Sadakuni (attributed). 1624. Province. Length: IZ'i". Echizen Province. Tanto Inscription: "Kobayashi Seishinsai Morichika. 1325). (Yamashiro Province. Length: 12'^" Tanto UMETADAMYOJU Length: 12".Tanto KUNIMITSU (Soshu Length: lOM".

. Iron.A Iron (Xlllth centur Katchushi (1400). Katchushi (1400).

Iron. 17 . (1550). Iron. Katchushi (1500). Katchushi (1500).Kanayama school Iron.

Haruta school (With . Iron. .XVIIth century). Namban school (1550).Early Iron.

Iron. 19 . (1600). (1650). Ko-Shoami school Iron.Owari school (1550). Akasaka school iron.

YAMAKICHI BEI Iron. YAMAKICHI BEI Iron. 11 (1650). 20 . Iron.YAMAKICHI BEI -1(1600). or later. II (1650).

Iron. Yoshiro school (Edo period). 21 . brass inlay. with brass inlay.Kaga school Iron. with (1600).

SAOTOME lYECHIKA
Inscription (poem): "If
biSttlefield today, then

(Soshu Myochin; 1640).

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bloom."

KANEIYE
century).
Iron.

(Yamashiro Province; late XVIIth

Yamabushi type (1750).
Iron.

Nobuiye school (1500)
Iron.

NOBUIYE
Iron.

(Akasaka school; 1760).

23

MITSUNOBU
Daisho; iron.

(Bushu (Musashi) Province)

24

type. (1675)./^: Tempo Iron. 25 . Ko-Shoami school Iron. Bushu type. Iron.

Akasaka— Higo school. 26 Iron. Iron.MASAYUKI. . Satsuma school. Iron.

MATASHICHI Iron. Iron.Owari -sukashi type. Iron. 27 . Kinai school. 1613-1699). (Higo school.

Brass. Ko-Goto type Shakudo. 28 .Tachi Kanagushi (1550). (1500).

29 . copper (Omori school.CHIZUKA HISANORI Dai _ she. 1725-1795). Legend: "Pray do not tie your spirited horse to my cherry tree -for the blossoms will fall".

YASUCHIKA Iron. I (circa: 1700). . I (circa: 1700). YASUCHIKA Iron. I (circa: 1700).YASUCHIKA Iron.

mid- 31 . Shibuichi. (Ishiguro school.TOKWAO HIDEAKI XlXth century).

. (1747-1814). (1787-1860).HARUAKI HOGEN Sentoku. *' ^-i* GOTO SEIJO Shibuichi.

33 . Omori school(XIXth century). Shakudo. 1775-1800). Shozui TANI TOYOSHIGE (Izumo Province.MIBOKU (Hamano Iron. with gold inlay. Shibuichi.

UMETADA Copper. mid- . ISHIGURO KOREYOSHI XlXth century). (Ishiguro school. (mid-X\llIth century). Shokudo.

35 . NOMURA KANENORI ("Goshu Hikone Ju". (11th generation. GOTO MITSUNAGA 1662-1771). 1716-1736)." HAMANO NORIYUKI Shibuichi.KANYEISHI Shakudo. "This is carved at request Yoshizaki. - II (Hamano school. Shakudo. 1771-1852). Inscription: of Mr.

ICHIRYU TOMOYOSHI (Hitotsuyanagi school. KANSUI (XlXth century). 36 . early 1800's Iron.

school. Revival of early tsuba style (XlXth century). (ghost) type (XlXth century) \ KATSUMORI (Nomura Iron. Iron. ""WMlCj" Obake Iron._-—.oil*"?"""'. 37 .. died 1872).

MOTONOBU Sentoku. (XlXth century) 38 .V OTSUKl MITSUOKI (1766-1834). Sentoku.

(Third master. 1719-1761). Shakudo. 39 .39A 39 B 39C M (39A) INAGAWA NAOKATSU school. Inagawa Shokudo. (39BC) Goto school.

40A 40B 40C 40D r L^^. (40C) ISSANDO Copper. noted Chinese poet." . Inscription (poem): "Ritaipo (Rihaku). (born: 1754). JOI (Nara school. Inscription: "Painting of Yatsuro Dogi (a (40D) HAMANO NAOYUKI Shibuichi. sleeps in in bar. composes poems state of stupor and after. famous courtesan). Shakudo. (40A)YOKOYA SOMIN-I (1670-1733). )B)HAMANO NAOYUKI Shibuichi. 1701-1766).

1753). still living in 1904. 41 .41A 41B 41C 41D (41A) Goto school. Shibuichi. (41B) JOKA (XVIIIth century). (Fourth master. Shakudo. seventh master. Shakudo. Lacquer on metal. Hanzayemon branch of (41D) YOSHIOKA INABA NO SUKE Yoshioka school. (41C) GOTO MITSUMASA Goto school). (born: 1836.

(42B) ICHINOMIYA NAGATSUNE (Founder 1722-1786). (Founder of Hamano school. (1771-1852). (42D) HAMANO MASAYUKI 1696-1769). Iron.42A 42 B 42C 42D (42A) HAMANO NORIYUKI-II Shibuichi. 42 . of Ichinomiya school (42C) ICHIRIU Copper. TAKE MASAHARI (about 1780).

1730-1798). century).. (43D) OMORI TERUHIDE Shibuichi. Sh bu ch i i i (43B) TEMMIN (mid-XIXth Shibuichi. 43A 43B 43C i^ (43A) SEKI TOSHINORI (mid-XIXth century). 43 . (third master. (43C) IKKO YOSHIYUKI (about 1860). Omori school.

(about 1700). (first third.44A 44B ':****? •: 44C 44D (44A) MITSUHARU. Copper. XlXth century) (44D) OMORI TERUHIDE ("Third school. Omori 44 . 1730-1798). (44B) HOSONO SOZAEMON. (44C) HIRATA HARUNARI Shibuichi. Shibuichi.MASAMORI Shibuichi. master.

Shakudo. school. (45B) TAIZAN OYAMA MOTOZANE (Founder school. Inscription: of Sekijoken "From a design or drawing of Goto Kenjo. Shakudo. died 1773). (45C) YEIHO (Yokoya Shakudo. (45D1 GOTO MITSUYOSHI 1783-1834). 1731-1830). (Shinjo) (15th generation. (Shinjo) (15th generation. 45 .45A 45B 45C 45D (45A) GOTO MITSUYOSHI 1783-1834).

Shibuichi. 1550-1631) ARAKI TOMEI (1817-1870). 1696-1769). Gold. GOTO TOKUJO Shakudo. (5th generation. school. 46 .SHOZUI Hamono ("at age of 72".

(1691) No part of this catalogue may be reproduced without the written permission of The Japanese Sword Society of New York. Shibuichi.IWAMOTO KONKWAN (Iwamoto school. YOKOYA SOYO-I Shibuichi. 47 . 1744-1801).

Found both on blades and their fittings. KE . USU -NIKU .BORl . Results in different shades of silverish —gray after pickling.Armor-maker. Sometimes refers only to long swords (daito) as distinct from short swords (wakizashi). IROYE . SENTOKU . tsuba produced by armor-makers. NANAKO — Jl .Dagger. WAKIZASHI . such as: a set of tsuba for daito and wakizashi. the cutting-edge of which twenty-four inches in is between twelve and length.Sword.Metal ornaments on either NAGAMAKl. HORI .5% to 5% gold added. KOTO . of which is in length. Inserted in MARU . NAGINATA .Chiseling in low relief. SHIN -SHINTO .Pattern of yakiba (tempered edge). Consists of a hitsu (handle) and a ho (blade). Usually accompanied by a kozuka (utility knife) and inserted in separate pocket in the soya (scabbard).Southern barbarians.Gold workers.Sword guard. 13% to 25% silver added."Fish roe" ground. ZOGAN - Inlay. the round. SHAKUDO .Chiseling in lines of even thickness and depth. bronze to blui sh SHIBUICHI . SUKASHl — Perforation in positive or negative silhouette.Copper with TACHI — An ancient type of sword mounting in which the sword was worn suspended less than twelve inches from the obi (sash) on the left side with the cutting-edge down.Swords made during the period 1800 to 1868. Katchushi tsuba. like polearms. SHINTO . KOZUKA . re- KATA . Colors range from brownish — .A katana and wakizashi in matched fittings.Utility knife. KATCHUSHI .GLOSSARY DAI . NAMBAN ."Colored picture. Produced by hammering with a hollow punch.Brass-like alloy containing tin and lead.An appraiser's attribution in gold inlay on the nakago (tang). KOGAI .Carving. Artist's mark. KAKIHAN - Written seal. sembling brush strokes.Blades made during the Showa era (1926 to present). the cutting— edge TSUBA . MENUKI .SHO .Copper with from 0. Artisans who produced decorative sword fittings during the Edo period (1590-1868). HAMON .black after pickling.Blades made prior to 1600.KIRI . KIN -MEI .BORl .Chiseling in lines of varying thickness and depth. KINKO . Also refers to items of foreign (European) influence.BORl .Short sword. 48 ." A type of inlay in which a variety of alloys are used. SHOWA-TO . sets of fittings alone.Halberd - side of the tsuka.Skewer. TANTO .Blades made during the period 1600 to 1800.Figures chiseled in a separate pocket in the soya (scabbard). KATANA .BORl .

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243. 75. Skip Holbrook. 25. Swords: 41. 14. 242. 298. 27. 4. 225. Swords: 1-13. Bernard Johnson. 64. 321. 296. 28. John Pope. . Fittings: 24. 71. 43. 117-121. 66. 162. Fittings: 390. 29. 27. 65. 230-241. 324. 23. 247. 44. 227. 94-103. 124. 104. Swords: 14. Fittings:l. 76. 42-52. 244. 39. 34. 47-52. Thomas Rosenberg. Fittings: l66 Dr. 42. 245-251. 226. 364. 15. 30. 22. 177. 297. 30. Fittings: Bill Ho. Fittings: 31. 182224. 36-38. 37-40. 24-26. Fittings: 181 Bumpei Usui. George Savastano. Fittings: 15. 320. 299319. I6. 265-270. 252. 123. 23. 67. 16. 5-10. 228. 31. 32. 125. 272. 264. 26. 35. 126-161. Swords: 23. Robert Hochman. 167-176. 163-165. Fittings: 322. Okamura. 178-180. 105- 115. Fittings: 3. Fittings: 36. 49. 40. Fittings:ll. Andrew Zacharya. 122. 325. 77. Fittings: 127 Dick Oldden. 326. 78.22. 70. 271. 327-363. 68. II6. 80-93. Virginia Randolph. Patricia Koslow. 53. 35. 18-22. 13. 32-34. 46. 72-74. Mrs. 45. 18-20.LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS The Cooper Union Museum. 17. 29. 21. Swords: 17. 229. 253-263. 41. 2. 365389. 12. 323. 54-63. 33.

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Tachi HIROtlASA (attributed) Soshu Province. Length: 26 7/8". Inscription: "Kishindayu Yukihira. : 5 Tachi KUNISHIGE (Senju-In school. 6 7 8 Tachi MURAiJiASA I (attributed) Ise Province. Length: 2S l/2". Nakago only. Tachi and Stand Nashiji gold lacquer Family Crest Tachi KUNITOMO (Awataguchi school. Nakago only. Illustrated 6 CD Tachi GASSAN (Dewa Province. 1362. Length: 27 1/2".." Length: 2^" Remark: One of 12 court swordsmiths of Emperor Gotoba* 2 3 4 NAGAMITSU (Bizen Province 12^7) . Tachi YUKIHIRA (Bungo Province: 1207). Remark: One of 12 court swordsmiths of Emperor Gotoba. .1207) Length: 2^ 3/^". Length: 27 l/2". 1356 Length: 27 1/4" Remark: This smith said to be a grandson of Masamune. Mino Province: 1334).Attribution. Illustrated 6 AB.Ayasugi Hada Illustrated 14 E. Illustrated 14 F.Kammuri Otoshi Jitetsu . Yamashiro Province . Remark: Shape . SWORDS 1 . Remark: Attribution and gold inlay by one of Honnami. 1394).

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Tach i TADAYOSHI I (Hizen Province. I6l5). Length: 27". Tachi SADATSUGU (attributed) Aoye school. Remark: Shape . Bitchu Province. Inscription: "Hizen (no) Kuni Ju Omi Dai jo Fujiwara Tadahix-o. Nakago only. Tachi TOMOYUKI (Yamato Province. Illustrated 10 AB .Shcb\i Zvk:i<B-i. 13 62. Inscription: "Yamato (no) Kuni Tcma Tcmoyuki. Tachi NORISHIGE (attributed) Etchu Province. Tachi TADAHIRO II (Hizen Province. Remark: Said to be a student of Masamune.' Length: 28". Illustrated 14 B. 1375 Length: 27 3/S". 1575 Length: 25 3/4"." Length: 21+ 3/8"." Length: 27 7/8".. 132(3 Length: 26". Said to be student cf Masamune or his cont.cmpcra^'y Tachi KUNISUKE (attributed) Higo Province. Inscription: "Hizen (no) Kuni Tadayoshi. 1688). Illustrated 7 AB Tachi KANEUJI (attributed) Shizu Saburo Mino Province. Katana Unsigned Bizen Province. 1375* Length: 27 3/8". 135C).

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" Length: 25 1/2".. 1^43). Inscription: "Mutsu Dai jo Miyoshi Nagamichi. I676). The original Kogarasu Maru is said to be made by Amakuni at Yamato Province.B. Katana MASASHIGE (Harima Province. I67O). Probably one of the oldest swords existing today in perfect condition. Inscription: "Doshu-Ju Kunimasu-Saku.C. 1659). InscriDtion: "Kawachi (no) Kami Kunisuke. 17^9) Inscription: "Oshu Shirakawa-Shin'^'Tegarayama Masashige. Illustrated I4 D. 23 (o) tsukuru. only. Illustrated I3 A. I624) Inscription: "Yamashiro {no) Kuni Awataguchi Tadatsuna." Length: 27 1/2". Inscription: "Yamato (no) Kami Yasusada. Inscription: "Tairyusai Munehiro Kore Length: 28 3/4". Nakag:. Illustrated I4 C Katana KUNISUKE (Settsu Province. Taiho Era700 AD and owned by Heike family for generations." Length: 29 3/4". 17 Katana NaGaMICHI (xMutsu Province." 24 Wakizashi KUNIMSU (Tosa Province. Katana MUNEHIRO (Musashi Province. . Illustrated IC CD IS Katana TADATSUNA (Harima Province." Length': 27 1/2"." Remark: One of the sharpest blades tested." Length: 22 7/8". Illustrated 11 AB 20 21 22 Kogarasu Zukuri This is a copy of Kogarasu Maru. 1652). . 19 Katana YASUSADA (Musashi Province. It cut through five bodies in a single stroke.

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Remark: Naginata Naoshi. Illustrated 12 CD 32 33 ." Length: 1? 5/S" Illustrated S AB 27 Wakizashi MUfiAMSA (attributed) Ise Province. I66I). I46O. Illustrated 9 CD Wakizashi HANKEI (Musashi Province. Inscription: "Hizen (no) Kuni Kawachi (no) Kami Fujiwara Masahiro. 1570)." Length: 23 3/4". Illustrated 13 DE Wakizashi KOTETSU (Musashi Province." "Bunka Sannen Rokugatsu Niju Gonchi. Illustrated 11 CD 29 Wakizashi KANEMOTO (Mino Province. 3rd year Bunka Era. Length: I5 1/4". June. Inscription: "Fujiwara Tomoshige. Length: 17 1/2"." 25th day. I66O).. Remark: Naginata Naoshi converted from pole arm to a V/akizashi. 25 Wakizashi TOSHIHIDE (1507)." Length: 19 7/S". Illustrated 9 AB 28 Wakizashi MSAHIRO (Hizen Province. Wakizashi Unsigned (about 1450). Length: iS 3/4". I69O) Inscription: "Takai Echizen (no) Kami Minamoto Rai Nobuyoshi. 'l^^O)." Length: 17 3/4". Length: I5 1/2". 30 31 Wakizashi NOBUYOSHI (Settsu Province. Inscription: "Nagao Udayu Minamoto-Toshihide. I625). Length: 19". Inscription: "Nagasone Okusato Niudo Kotetsu. V/akizashi 26 TOMOSHIGE (Kaga Province.

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1325). 1751). 39 40 Tanto MORIKUNI (Kaga Province." Length: 21 1/2". Remark: Mounted as a fan. Length: 11 3/4". 36 Wakizashi NOBUTAKA Owari Province. I688). 1573)." Length: 15 1/2". Tanto KUNIMITSU (Soshu Province." Length: 8 3/4".. ( 37 Wakizashi HIROMITSU(Soshu Province: 1350). 16^9). Inscription: "Hizen-No-Kuni Omi Daijo Tadahiro. Remark: Shape .Omote: Katakira Ba. Nakago only. Illustrated 15 A. Inscription:" Ten-Chi Cho-Kyu Toshinaga. Etchu Province. Length: 10 3/4". Blade has dragon carving. 34 Wakizashi SUXfiNAO (Omi Province. Length: 21". Inscription: "Hoki (no) Kami Fujiwara Nobutaka. Illustrated I4 A. 41 42 . 1449). Length: 10 1/2". I66I). Inscription: "Omi (no) Kami Takagi Ju Sukenao. Remark: Yorol-Doshi (Armor Piercer).Katakiri Ba. Illustrated S CD 38 Wakizashi KUNIMUNE (Uda school." Length: 20 l/2" Illustrated 12 AB 35 Wakizashi TOSHINaGA (Mino Province. Inscription: "Sagami (no) Kuni Junin Hiromitsu." Length:13" Remark: Shape . I5OO). lira: Shinogi Zukuri. Illustrated 7 CD Tanto DAIDO (Mino Province. Tanto TADAHIRO (Hizen Province.

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Katakiri Ba Illustrated 15 D. 1600). Tanto 46 MSAHIDE (Suishinshi school. Tanto SADAKUNI (attributed). Length: 12 1/8". 1495)." Length: 12 1/2".Moroha Zukuri. 1430). Inscription: "Kcbayashi Seishinsai Morichika. Musashi Province. Etchu Province. . 1361). 1395). Echizen Province. Remark: Shape . Illustrated 15 B. iSlS) Length: 12 1/2". Length: 11 3/4". 1370). 4S 49 50 51 Tanto i^iASASHIGE (Ise Province. 52 Tanto KANENORI (Mino Province. Remark: Dragon carved on blade. Tanto KUNIHISA(Uda School. 1624* Length: 12 l/S" Illustrated 15 C. 43 Tanto KANEmICHI (Mino Province. Remark: Bamboo and sparrow carved on both sides.. Remark: Fudo carved at later date. 1573). Inscription: "Sagami No Kuni Junin Minamoto Hisayoshi. Length: 10"." Length: 8 1/2". 47 Tanto HISAYOSHI (Sagami Province. . Length: 11 1/8".Osoraku Zukuri. 44 45 Tanto MORICHIKA (ShinAno Province. Remark. Length: 11 3/8". Tanto SUKEMUNE (Suruga Province. Tanto UmETADA MYOJU (Yamashiro Province. 12". Remark: Shape . Length. 1^70).

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Iron. Iron. Iron. mist and butterflies. Illustrated 26A Satsuma school. Mukade or centipede inlay. Hirado of Hizen. mon. Namban (1700) Iron two Chinese men. Illustrated 27B YAMAYOSHI BE I. Iron. Bushu type. shitogi design. geometric spirials and sukashi. Illustrated 26B. Shakudo. Namban (1700) . shakudo rim. Copper. . Iron. I-lusashino sukashi Owari (I6OO) . basketweave with maple leaves. UMETADA HIKOUYEMON (I6SO). Iron. UkETADA (Mid-l8th century). Copper and shakudo snail on iron. Daisho.abalone shells and rope. round. Ko-Goto (I5OO). Illustrated 26C Iron. Iron. Bushu type (1750). Copper and shakudo. fallen pine neddle design. Illustrated 24AB MTASHICHI (Higo school. Brass and iron. round. Iron. Hirado of Hizen. Jakushi (1750). Ito-sukashi. ginko leaves. Iron. mSAYUKI. fish net design. Illustrated 25B Bushu type (I65O). Ko-Nara (I7OO). Shoami (Jingo style).Iron. monkey with arm around crescent moon. Illustrated 23A Yoshiro (I7OO) . Iron. mon design. birds. Iron. Iron. Illustrated 25A Kinai school. Iron. Iron. Illustrated 28B . Tempo style (1750). shitogi( (rice cake) design. . Iron. Illustrated 27A Owari (I7OO) Iron. Owari-sukashi type. sukashi . Iron. Illustrated 34B Umetada style (I7OO). Iron. KUNISHIGE (1750). Shinto New Year NOJU SADAi-iASA. Iron. Kamiyoshi Higo (ISOO). Bushu type. Yamabushi type (1750). Iron. Iron. round.iron. . sukashi. Iron. NOBUHISA (Nakai school of Choshu. 1750). Iron. I65O) symbol. Iron. Taira mon. I6l3-l699) . Guri-bori. Iron. Iron. Tempo style. Iron butterflies and vines. . Brass on iron. Iron.Iron. I65O-I7OO). MITSUNOBU (Bushu (Musashi) Province. Owari. Iron. Daiguro (I7OO). Higo (1700). relief. Brass on iron. Higo (1750). Namban (1700) Iron foreign hat design. Iron.j^Tianphu Province. monkeys. Iron. Iron. Illustrated 27C Akasaka-Higo school. Gomoku zogan. Jingo Higo (1750). Higo-Nishigaki Kanshiro (l650). UMETADA SHIGEYOSHI (1630).(1450) Iron. wisteria. Iron. Smooth dragons of brass on iron. Bushu type (1750).TSUBA Kaneiye school (end of 17th century). chrysanthemum shape. . Kinai school. 7 sages.

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zogan. Illustrated 32B (Y) . 1512-1562). nanako ground. 1550-l6'^l). Two half drawn bamboo curtains. GOTO MITSUYOSHI(Shinjo) (Fifteenth mainline Goto. Yoshizaki. horse pawing the ground.Tsuba.Menuki GOTO SCHOOLS 94 (K) ARATAME JOSHIN MITSUYOSHI (Third generation mainline Goto certified by the 15th generation. I5S6-I663). 1783-1834). Shibuichi. zogan.Shakudo. nanako ground. Shakudo. K .Fuchi-Kashira .Kozuka. zogan.SV/ORD FITTINGS: M (Signed) T . GOTO SOKUJO( Eighth mainline Goto certified by the 15th generation. inksticks. 1662-1721). sage with incense bowl.o. 15th generation. zogan. Shakudo. Silver. Benkei and Yoshitsune at Gcjc bridge. buttei-fly on each sidf^. I783-I834). Mt. zogan. katakiri. plants in water. Illustrated 450 103 (T) 104 105 (K) (K) 106 107 (T) GOTO MITSUYOSHI(Shinjo) (Fifteenth rcaitiliue Got. FK . Tanto. nanako ground. nanako ground. Shakudo. 1662-1771). ox and halter. 1627-1709). Fuji and rising sun. iroye. Inscription: "This is carved at request of Mr. Shakudo. Illustrated 45A GOTO MITSUYOSHI (Shinjo) (Fifteenth mainline Goto. I6OO-I63I). nanako ground. aoi leaves. 100 (K) REN JO SAKU MITSUTAKA (Tenth mainline Goto certified by the 13th generation. l6C3-l673). 96 (K) 97 (K) 93 (K) TEIJO SAKU MITSUTOMO (Ninth mainline Goto certified by the 10th generation. 95 (K) GOTO TOKUJO (Fifth generation mainline Goto certified by Goto Mitsuyoshi. Illustrated 46B GOTO KEN JO 69 Years (Seventh mainline Goto. 101 102 (K) GOTO RENJO(Tenth mainline Goto. Illustrated 35B GOTO MITSUNAGA (Eleventh mainline Goto. nanako ground." Shakudo. zogan. Shakudo. Shakudo. I627-I709) .Shakudo. zogan. (T) GOTO MITSUNAGA (Eleventh mainline Goto. I603 -1673 . braided rim.i7B3-lrt34) . GOTO SEIJO (I747-I8I4). ) 99 (FK) GOTO TEIJO(Ninth mainline Goto. copper. Shakudo.

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Shibuichi. Shakudo. katakiri. deer looking at moon. Shibuichi. shakudo. Gold. (K) 122 (FK) YAi#. bee. 123 (K) SAMIN ISHIYAMA MOTOTADA (Goto school student. zogan. zogan. Copper. Shibuichi. Okarae (Goddess of fun and folly) creeping into house. Gold. Badger in moonlight and poem 115 (K) (FK) ARAKI TOMEI (Goto Ichijo school. copper. 1694-1742). ) (K) Ikkin II (Pupil of Goto Ichijo and his father. . swooping heron in stream. Shibuichi. zogan. Fuji. Hanzayemon branch of Goto school).ZAKI ICHIGA (Goto school. 2 fireflies.oblr-K. GOTO DENJO (Fourth master of Kihei sidebranch. kebori.Sentoku. He was i. Illustrated 4IC 109 (K) KWAKUJO(Goto Mitsuyasu) (Fourth master Rihei line. Shibuichi. leaves. branches and blossoms in the rain. katakiri. seventh master. peonies.tV^e pleasure of the court nobles. l66'->-1734) . gold. I79I-I876). 1812-1863 . bamboo. kashira of coiled dragon. late l8th century).Shibuichi. zogan. zogan. GOTO MITSUNARI( Sixth master Kihei branch. kebori.arv<='i foi. Shakudo. died first third of 19th century). Procession of 10 men and a horse. nanako ground. Silver. Shibuichi. baskets and reaping hooks. 120 121 (K) HAKUMON NOBUTOMO (Pupil of Goto Ichijo).) 10 103 (K) GOTO MITSUMASA (born: I836. still living in 1904. flowers. zogan. crab and branches. zogan. fuchi of court scene. died 1712).about 1875). high relief. SHOFUSHh NARITOSHI (Worked in style of Funada Ikkin in the 19th century). GOTO JITSUJO (Fifth master Kambei branch. nanako ground. ( 114 (K) ICHIJO(Sixth master of Hachirobei sidebranch of Goto. dragon. repousse. ARAKI TOIvlEI 116 117 118 119 (M) (M) (K) (1^17-1870).nii and amateur who r>. I8I7-I87O) . died 1759). katakiri. Shakudo. 110 (K) 111 (K) 112 (K) 113 (K) FUMITADA. thistles.Mt. millet heads. IKKIxN I(Pupil of Goto Ichijo.GOTO TOJO (Member of Goto Tojo school 1790-1863 who v«ras seventh master of Kambei branch of Goto). Illustrated 46CD GOTO i-IITSUAKI. Seven Gods of Good Luck in sailboat. katakiri. Shibuichi. Poem on both sides.

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Illustrated 35G HAMNO NORIYUKI HAMNO NORIYUKI I (Died 1787)." Illustrated 4OD NAOYUKI (born: 1754) .Shibuichi. Chohi and Kuan ti. Shibuichi . Shibuichi . zogan. iroye. sunk relief. (fuchi only). Shakudo. Chohi and Komei with tama. Iron. composes poems in state of stupor and after. Iron. zogan.Kwan Yu and Ts'ao. Shibuichi. tiger. Shibuichi. Iron. iroye. zogan. Shibuichi. Herd boy on water buffalo trying to catch flute in stream. sunk relief. aogan. HAMNO HARUYUKI (First half of 19th century). HAMANO YA3UYUKI (Pupil of Naoyuki and Noriyuki I. I (Died 1787). noted Chinese poet. Shibuichi. SHOZUI{Harrano I. Inscription: "Painting of Yatsuro Dogi"(a famous courtesan). Scythe. (Fuchi only). kashira with bullock. V/arriors HAMNO NAOYUKI. I696-I769). Iron.Bishamon on horse. Illustrated 4OB HAtiA NO NAOYUKI. . SHOZUI(Hamano I). iroye. HAFlANO NORIYUKI II (1771-1^52). Shibuichi.fat man. zogan. HAMNO NORIYUKI I. nanako ground. Shibuichi . kebori. HAMNO NORIYUKI I(died I787). iroye. 11 HAIvIANO HAIVIANO SCHOOL mSAYUKI (Founder of Kamano school. Shibuichi. Illustrated 42D KIBOKU (Hamano Shozui). sunk relief zogan. HAMNO MASAYUKI.. I696-I769). . Illustrated 46A HAMNO SHOZUI {I696-I769). I696-I769). Reverse has "Go" game equipment. Shakudo. Shibuichl. at the bridge. Illustrated 33A SHOZUlC'at the age of 72". Inscription(poem) :"Ritaipo (Rihaku).Bishamon and Benton with koto. sunk relief. zogan. Shibuichi. reins and saddle. sleeps in bar. Fuchi with fan and hat. bridge iroye. episode. Illustrated 42A HAMANO NORIYUKI 11(1771-1^52). Emperor Gentoku on horse Tokiro traversing Dankei rapids to escape beleagued castle. zogan. HAmNO NAOYUKI (born:1754).1763-l837) Shibuichi. Cat sitting on "Go" table.

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first half of 19th century). 154 155 SHUMviEI HCGEN. chased in low relief. (Trane . Shibuichi. (K) AKISHIGE (Shummei Hogen school. iroye. _• NORIAKI(Kumei) I(Hamano school. Omori and Otsuki. Copper. zogan. Shibuichi.. about i860). . Shakudo. Copper. no date recorded).The poet Hitomaro with brush and paper. this is #503. MITSUYUKI( Hamano school. moon in water.to which Hitomaro had devoted one of his well known poems. GETSUJIN T0MIYUKI('»1000 Fuji Kozuka #5C3". HARUMITSU (Hamano school by adoption. iroye. Sentoku. court lady. flower. sunk relief. fisherman using cormorant to fish. Okamc mask and -wicker basket which has written placque on it which says"Rice bowl wrapped with cherry leaves of Sumida River.Rakan riding tiger. half moon. silver. ishime ground. grasshopper. three figures pulling ferry boat across lake. 15c 151 (K) (K) HORIYE OKINARI (Pupil of Hamano. zogan. Fuji. ishime ground. iroye. rat in game box. boat. kebori. reverse has two geese. zogan. Shibuichi. reverse showing an Oni holding tiger's leg.12 143 (K) HARUCHIKA (Hamano school. Reverse: shibuichi.. 19th century). flying goose. zogan. zogan. bamboo leaves. Illustrated 34A 146 (K) 147 (K) 148 (T) 149 (K) SHINSENSAI TOSHIHIRO(Hamano. end of l8th century). iroye. chidori birds. zogan. Shibuichi. mid-19th century). one opened peony. zogan. 1787-186^). 1737-1860). Shibuichi. TOSHIHIRO( Hamano school. Obverse rshakude. kebori. This man made 1000 of this subject. HARUAKI HOGEN 152 (K) HARUAKI HOGEN( 1787-1860) Copper. Shibuichi. Hamano school. T: back has literal landscape of Akashi with sailboats in fo. _ 144 (K) 145 (K) SHUGUDO TAKAYUKI (Haraano school. Founder of Horiye family. mid-19th century). two blosscms. zogan. another h'slding long r?d. Dream of Soshu:when seated at his writing table he thought himself a butterfly. water. 156 157 158 (K) SHUI^II^EI HOGEN ("Tempo 15(1844) 8th month". ircye. 1787-1860). iroye. tv/o 153 (FK) (K) SHUIvtxEI H0GEN("1843". Mt." . Shibuichi. Shibuichi. fine engraving . z(?gan. Shakudo. zogan. rain-19th century). fans. zogan. Shibuichi . zogan. (T) HARUAKI HCGEN 1787-1860 Illustrated 32A ( ) . first half of 19th century). (K) SHUMviEI HOGEN ("Tempo 1833". about 1^60).

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Illustrated 44B HOSONO SOZAYEMON MSAMORI. long boat full of people waving to others on shore. growing bamboo. Illustrated 34C 165 (FK) ISHIGURO KORIYOSHI. Obverse is shibuichi. 166 . sunk relief. TOKWAO HIDEAKI(Ishiguro school. . famous for minute hairline inlay). mid-19th century).1^37). flowers with gold tipped leaves. Iron. . Eighth Ito Master. born 1802. happy horse watching two falling leaves. Shibuichi. 1764 . zogan. carved. fuchi-kashira. zogan. zogan. chrysanthemums. zogan. I6g (T) BUSHU JU ITO MASAJO SHOJO MSANORI (Ito Seijo of Bushu Province. Shibuichi.1722-17g7) Shibuichi.ano school. zogan.Iron. Shibuichi. Reverse has charachers representing longevity. katakiri. toys. iroye. kozuka. 172 (FK) MASAYOSHI (1764-1^37). kurikata. unsigned) Shakudo. Shakudo. 163 (K) ISHIGURO SCHOOL 164 (T) ISHIGURO K0REY0SHI(Mid-19th century). .. No mask and a fan picturing clouds. minute hairline inlay. reverse in shakudo. iroye. minute hairline inlay jwater scene of people and boats. 173 (K) ( zogan. iroye. peony. . no other GHOSHU HAGI JU MITSUMASA (Name recorded information). birds of prey perched on pine tree. iroye. urigawara.tiger about to leap. iroye. 16C 161 (K) (K) 162 (K) ICHINCMIYA NAGATSUNE (Founder of Ichinomiya school.arubori. courtasan. . . Shibuichi. second half of l^th century). Illustrated 42B ECHIZEN-no-DAI-JO-SiCSSAN NAf^ATSUNE (Founder . foo lion. iroye. Soroimono( set Tsuba. died I854) . pupil of Ham. flowering plum. Iron. iroye. zogan. ishime ground. NOBUYOSHI Iwama school. kojiri (not all illustrated) . HOSONO SOZAYEMON MSAMORI (attributed. sunk relief. zogan. sunk relief. pierced. 171 (K) MSAYOSHI(1764-l837) Shibuichi. Daisho. 169 (T) IWAlv'IA 170 (K) IWAMiA MASAY0SHI("6l years old". 13 159 (K) HOSONO SOZAEMON MASAMORI( about I7OC.Shibuichi. openwork. alive in IB7S) Shakudo. 1722-17^6). Illustrated 3IA ) : 167 (T) MSAYOSHI (Fourth Ito master. m. Shibuichi.

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zogan. Illustrated 42C 187 (T) ICHIRYU TOMOYOSHI(Hitotsuyanagi school. old samurai. zogan. Iron. ishime ground. iroye. zogan. iroye. clouds in flush inlay. zogan. Fujiyama. Shibuichi. zogan. zogan. Shibuichi.19th century). malichite. pea pods. 186 (K) ICHIRIU TAKE MSAHARI (Independent artist. 184 TANI KV/ANJU (Iwamoto school. Tail of fish on reverse. 189 (K) MOTOHARU (Mito Sekijcken. Shibuichi. Shibuichi. boy holding long tailed fox. Benten holding bow and arrows while standing on waves. Sage with fan. monkey sitting in tree. 180 181 (K) (T) IWAMOTO KONKWAN. samurai and ox. IWAMOTO SCHOOL 176 (FK) IWAMOTO KONKVJAN (Iwamoto school. 1744-1^01). 1770). early l800fs). zogan. herons among reeds. zogan. Daikcku lying on ground looking at treasure box. Sentoku. iroye. MITO SCHOOLS 185 (K) MASHIKO iviASAYUKI(Egawa school. I7S (FK) IWAMOTO KONKWAN. Shakudo. miG. 183 (FK) SUZUKI RYOEI. Shakudo. zogan. Daisho. zogan._o .. Ebisu riding fish. pearl. Shibuichi. first third of 19th century). ( iroye. Shakudo. Reverse has butterflies. 179 (FK) IWAi-'iOTO KONKV/AN f uchi only). 175 (FK) MITSUYOSHI (Iwama school. Shibuichi. Illustrated 36A 188 (FK) ICHIRYU TOMOTSUGU (mid-19th century). Iron. zogan. . beginning of 19th century). first half of 19th century). two seated Oni looking at treasure box. Bird on flowering dogv/ood eating a bug. iroye. zogan. IWAMOTO KONKV/AN. various fishes. iroye. Shibuichi. Copper. Also seated samui-ai. kebori. (K) nanako ground. . aogan. nanako ground. Daruma and Buddha. tiger in bamboo. nanako ground.14 174 (FK) JUFUDO KATSUYUKIdwama school. Illustrated 47AB 177 (FK) BJAMOTO KONKV/AN. about I78O). Shakudo. about I78O) . 182 (FK) SUZUKI RYOEI (Iwamoto school.Shibuichi inlaid in coral.

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Daikffku holding aloft his mallet while sitting on rice bale. Big cicada alighted on tree. lily pods on rear. vulture tied to a branch." . Reverse has engraved cock fight. first third of 19th century). carved. pilgrims at Shinto festival. iroye. monkey hiding in tree from eagle. Chokwaro and Shoki holding gourd from which spills two . Oni. kebori. leaves and berries. zogan. Shibuichi gold. 196 197 198 (K) (T) SHUGYOKUSAI SUZUKI KATSUY03HI (Mito. 192 (FK) YOSHIHISA III(Tamagav. NARA SCHOOL 203 (K) NARA TOSKIHARU (Third master of Nara family. zogan. katakiri. mid-1 Sth century). zogan. zogan. SAWABATAKA YUKIYOSHI (Mitoj 1^50) « Shibuichi. dream of turning into butterfly and samurai on horse with two retainers. Copper. ishime ground. Ho-Ho birds in flight. second half of iSth century). treated and darkened to represent bark of tree. fine flush inlay. first half of 19th century) o Shibuichi. nanako ground. carved. first third of 19th century). ( zogan.a of Mito. Shibuichi. Front has Chinese style kanji( characters) of painter's name who did design for kozuka taken from famous paint. crab in front. 199 (FK) HORIUDO (Mito. founded Jcchiku school. 202 (K) SHOYEI (Murakami. Iron. iroye.Shakudo. deep red copper. zogan. ( 195 (K) ICHIJOSAI HIRONAGA (Founder of Uchikoshi school of Mito. Copper. zogan. iroye. first half of 19th century). zogan. beginning of 19th century).15 190 (T) SEKIJOKEN MOTOHARU (Seki jzken branch of Mito. I8O4-IB86) . second half of 17th century).shy tiger. . dragon flies with pearl heads. pearl. ishime ground. (K) 194 OYAMA MOTOTOMO Cyama cf Mito. 191 (T) HIROYASU(Tamagawa sahccl of Mite. iroye.jug in Chinese style.. dragon in waves. Shakudo. zogan. end of Igth century). zogan. (T) SEIROKEN(KATSUHIRA)KATSUHEI (Katsuhei school of Mito. 193 (FK)SAITO MOTOTCMO( Oyama school of Mito. 200 (K) JOCHIKU (Murakami family. Iron. 201 (FK) MURAKAMI JOCHIKU fuchi only) .lB60). keeper of Shinto shrine and fighting cock. Shakudo. about ISOO) Shibuichi. Sentoku. Inscription: "The Autumn cicada embraces the old tree. Copper. ishime ground.

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Illustrated 44D (K) 218 (FK) OMORI TERUHIDE. (fuchi only). Shibuichi. gold. Shibuichi. goose flying over reeds. tasting medicinal herbs. one has baby on its back. 20g (FK) JOI. Gama sennin and his toad. 209 (FK) NARA TATSUmSA. 214 (K) OMORI SCHOOL 215 (K) OMORI TERUMASA (Founder of Omori school. deer and wolf. Shakudo. sunk relief. nanako ground. 1730-179^). Shibuichi. I7OI-I766). katakiri.0 NAPA MASANAGA. 1705-1772). Illustrated 4OC 205 (K) 206 (FK) JOI. Shen Nung. 210 211 (T) -. Illustrated 43D OMORI TERUHIDE(Third master. Shakudo. many flying plovers . bridge episode. zogan. 207 (FK) JOI. Illustrated 37B 213 (K) NOMURA TOMOYOSHI( Founder of Edo Nomura school .monkeys hiding in trees. iroye. flush inlay in imitation of nashiji lacquer. nanako ground. iroye. Flying crane. Sentoku.(fuchi only). Iron. against (T) NARA SHIGENAGA JU EDO(second half of iSth century). rising snu behind clouds. 219 (FK) OMORI EISHU(Teruhide) . ISSaNDO JOI (1701-1766). zogan. 212 (T) KATSUHORI( Nomura school. Iron. basketweave background with bird sitting on hoe. the first physcian. Copper.about 1700) . 220 (FK) OMORI TERUHIDE. marubori. zogan. 216 217 (K) OMORI TERUHIDE (Third master. Copper. high relief. zogan. end of l8th century). Shakudo. Shibuichi. iroye.Shibuichi. zogan. (fuchi only). tiger leaning tree. Shakudo. Kanzan and Jittcku. kebori. NOMURA MASAHIDE (Nomura school. Shibuichi. Fukurokujin. died 1^72). Copper. sunk relief. undercut waves. zcgan. zogan. Shakudo. daisies. Sennin kinko and his carp(fuchi only). . Omori school. zogan. 221 (FK) OMORI EISHU (Teruhide). Omori school).16 204 (K) JOI(Nara school. Copper.

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iroye. zogan. end zogan. Shibuichi. katakiri. first third of 19th century). moon. zogan. ishime ground. 223 (K) OMORI HIDETOMO (end of l8th century). Shakudo. 1725-1795). Daisho. moon and clouds. 227 iSth century). dragon in clouds. undercut waves with foam and dragon. ishime ground. Shakudo. 1829-1891). Copper. 236 (FK) NAKAGAV/A ITTEKI(Bizen Shoami school. 22^ (T) KENKOSAI KATZUTOMO( Omori school. mouse. nanako ground. Fuji. Shibuichi. SHOKATEI MOTOHIRO. katakiri. ( 239 (K) Taira Mons -(Made for Daimyo Ikeda of Bizen Shoami school Shibuichi. OTSUKI MITSUHIRO( 1795-1^41). zogan. pine. (K) TENKODO HIDEKUNI (Otsuki school. about 1800) . Shibuichi. zogan. about ISCO). homing goose. plum blossom. iroye. plum blossom. first half of iSth century). flush inlay. Shibuichl. Shibuichi. Shakudo.Daruma Illustrated 3 SAB OTSUKI MITSUHIRO( Fifth Otsuki master. katakiri. zogan. iroye. about I8OO). moon. iroye. katakiri. flush inlay. 224 225 (K) TOKUNO OMORI TERUTOKI( Omori school. CHIZUKA HISANORI( Omori school. 1795-1^41). (K) HIDENAGA(CmQri school. zogan. birds flying over waves. Shibuichi. sage and child with all equipment for calligraphy. Shakudc. . flush inlay. Illustrated 29AB c^f (T) 226 (FK) SADACHIKA( Omori family. Copper. 233 (T) 234 235 (K) mm HIDEKUNI KINRIUSAI (Otsuki school. IviATSUYAMlA 238 (FK) SHOAMI MORITCMI lyo Shoami school. herons and reeds. Reverse has millet sheaves. OTSUKI SCHOOL 229 (T) OTSUKI MITSUOKI (1766-1^34). Shibuichi.17 222 (FK) OMORI TERUMITSU (Fourth master. zogan. turtle of longevity. iroye. fishes on undercut waves. Shibuichi. zogan. flying goose. reeds on reverse. last third of iBth century). end of iSth century). worked in late Nara style. two pomegranates. Shakudo. zogan. two snakes ceiled en rocks.Iron. Cmori school. 19th century) . 237 (K) NASAMITSU (Shoami family. Sentcku. died I886). 230 231 (K) (K) 232 (K) SHOKATEI MOTOHIRO (Otsuki school. poem in flush inlay. octopi. 1^29-1897).

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Iron. toad skin ground. died i860). NAGACHIKA (Tsuchiya family. YASUCHIKA (signed Tou. Copper. 254 (K) MITSUY0SHI( student of Yanagawa last third of 18th century). 1720). 1700).tadpoles and iris. (circa: 1700). Illustrated 30A. sunk relief. mid-19th century). . Copper. kebori. born:1775. Ni-o and pilgrims. Kwomme sung-late Dynasty coins. zogan. zogan. katakiri. . YANAGAV/A SCHOOL 252 (M) NAOTSUNE (mid-l^th century). foxes wedding. Shakudo. Daikoku with pouch and mallet. zogan. (circa: I7OO) I I 244 245 Iron. 247 24^ (T) (K) 249 (K) 250 (K) 251 (T) TOUNSAI TSUCHIYA SHOMIN (mid-19th century). SANGIOKU JOSHI SEN(Daughter of Muneraichi. iroye. Watanabe family. 246 (T) YASUCHIKA III (died 177S) . three flying birds over gold flecked waves. Kwan Yu smoothing his long black beard and holding halberd from which hangs his brocade bag. Copper. Daruma crossing sea on reed. dragon in relief. gold. Gold . flush inlay. zogan. 242 243 (T) (T) (T) (T) YASUCHIKA YASUCHIKA YASUCHIKA I (circa. nanako ground. Illustrated 30C. round.Shibuichi. (K) TSUCHIYA FAMILY (Nara School). flowers. Iron.1^ 240 241 (T) MITSUNAGA (Tanaka school. alive in 1838). storm. zogan. Iron. Copper. Tanaka pupil. (single ) 253 (FK) NAKIJim HARAHIDE(Yanagawa family. mid-19th century). kebori. 1^60). Iron. iroye. YASUCHIKA II( 1695-1747). TOKOSAI NAGAMITSU ("Sixth year Kae in summer". ishime ground. I!au( smal 1 )kozuka. student of Yasuchika V. swallows and waves. Illustrated 30B. Copper. third quarter of iSth century) . zogan. eight immortals. Iron. Jurojin and tiger. SHII^IADA 255 (K) NAOTaKA( Yanagawa family. . first third of 19th centui-y) Shibuichi. Copper. SEKI TSUCHIYA MSACHIKA (Yasuchika VI.

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(K (T Iron. last third of l8th century). katakiri. Illustrated 38CD YOSHIOKA INABA NO SUKE( Fourth master. Shakudo. rain. zogan.(OYA SCHOOL 256 :fk YOKOYA SOYO I (Founder cf Yokoya family. SOMIN. first half of l8th century). katakiri. second half of l8th century). Shakudo. Illustrated 47CD 257 255 259 260 261 262 (T YOKOYA SOYO II (died 1779). Silver. 263 (K 264 265 (K YEIHO (Yokoya school. dragon. Shibuichi. FURUKAl-m JOCHIN (Yokoya school. Shishi^peony (T SOMIN. Illustrated 33B KANSU I (artist unrecorded) . Gilt rope rim. zogan. Shibuichi. katakiri. 1719-1761). katakiri Takkai sage and nobleman. Shakudo. Illustrated 36B M0T0N0BU(XIX century). Shakudo. tiger. Illustrated 45c (K KIKUCHI TSUNEKaTSU (Yokoya school.19 YO . Illustrated 43A . first half of l8th century). woman with fan seen through net. tiger in woods.died I69I). 1775-1800). school. Shibuichi. Sentoku. iroye. kebori. Shakudo. katakiri.7 sages. with fine gold inlay imitating gyobu nashiji. 270 271 272 (T (T Iron. YcsLlokri. Shibuichi. Illustrated 4OA YOKOYA SOMIN(attributed) . man putting pole into wooden box. . Shakudo. 1753). (K KIRYUSAI SOMIN III(first third of 19th century). Illustrated 4ID INAGaWA NAOKATSU (Third master. Copper. zogan. died 1773). Shibuichi. 269 (T TANI TOYOSHIGE (Izurao Province. monk with broom. Shakudo. katakiri. the first physcian tasting herbs. FURUKAV/A JOCHIN (Yokoya school. Flaming dragon in waves. Shibuichi. (K SOMIN II (died I78S) dried leaves. Inagawa school. Illustrated 39A (K 273 274 SEKI TOSHINORI (mid-19th century). carved. 1670-1733). 266 267 268 NAMPO HISAHIDE (Yokoya. flush zogan. Silver.on minute ishime ground. . YOKOYA SOMIN I (Founder of Yckcya school.

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. enamel Illustrated 44C » 283 (K) 284 (K) mSAYASU (Fifth master of Hirata school. (K) GIDOKEN TSUNEKATSU( Founder of Kikuchi family. Shibuichi. Shibuichi. 286 287 288 (K) UFIETADA MYOJU( attributed to Tetsugendo Naoshige). Illustrated 4IB 277 (K) 278 279 (K) (K) IKKO YOSHIYUKI (about i860). mid-1 8th century). HIRATA HARUNARI (Eighth master. delicate flowers. Illustrated 35A . Reverse has Ame-no-ta jikara( strong-in-thearm) pulling back rocky door of her cave to bring light 280 (K) back again. Legend of Amaterasu (Sun Goddess). Illustrated 43B 281 (K) SEKI TOSHINORI (mid-XLXth century). peasant. Edo Higo school. Illustrated 44A JOKA (XVIIIth century). (K) HIROYOSHK pupil of Uchikoshi Hironaga. Emperor and Empress and two poems in fine calligraphy. Copper. Inscription: "From a design or drawing of Goto Kenjo. Shibuichi. mother tiger holding baby tiger in her mouth while swimming across rough waters. water buffalo. katakiri. gawara Oni Iron.iITSUYUKI( 290 (T) 291 (FK) MORIOKA YASUHaRU (Inaba Suruga). zogan. 276 (K) TAIZAN OYAMA MOTOZANE (Founder of Sckijcken school. zogan. Founder of Kikuoka school.Fukurckujin looking up at longevity scroll. second half of I8th century). iroye. 1750-1800). Shakudo.Shibuichi. Reverse has orchids and chrysanthemums. iroye. foxes wedding. repousse.died masks. Sage and tiger. Iron. first half of 19th century) Shibuichi. Shibuichi. zogan.20 275 (T) KANYEISHI NOMURA KANENORI( "Goshu Hikone Ju" Shakudo. Illustrated 43C TEMiViIN(mid-XLXth century). zogan. Am^urikara-Ryo( dragon) wrapped around sword. kebori. Shibuichi. 1731-1(^30) . zogan. katakiri. cherry blossoms. first third of 19th century) . first half of 19th century). Shibuichi. hay stacks. zogan. HIRANO TOMOTOSHI (Hirano school. 289 (T) i. finish inlay." Illustrated 45B MITSUHARU. 171^-173^). 285 (FK) TETSUGENDO NAOSHIGE off shoot Okamoto school. ( Copper. zogan. Illustrated 43A 282 (K) KUMAGAI YOSHIYUKI (Kumagai family. I78O). first third of 19th century). Shibuichi.

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zogan. nanako ground. born 182S) sunk relief. Kano school. Reverse has three petals. Teman period I78I-89). "three laughs at Hu-hsi" . Shibuichi. two playful tigers against basketweave background. zogan. first third of 19th century).family in boat looking at moon's reflextion in water. in I87S he was about 23 years. Oni on cloud. fireflies and poem about the night.Sendai in Mutsu(Oshu) Province).gourd plant and insect. zogan. Shibuichi. zogan. carp in water. 296 (K)Design after Hoitsu(painter and lacquerer-176l-lS2S) Shibuichi . Shibuichi. katakiri. zogan. Okina and mask box. boy with insect net. Shibuichi.born I842. Han-zasi( small kozuka). 297 (FK) YEIJU(attributed. . Shibuichi. . 29s (K) YUKIMITSU (Kanosai. gold. Silver. second half of l8th century). willow trees. (K) YASUTOMO(Shonai school-Shoami. Independent artist of Tokyo Kinko school) .. Reverse has flush inlay of full moon. zogan. carved. Shibuichi. sunk relief.. Shibuichi. 303 (FK) 304 305 (T) KimRIUDO BOKUSEN (Independent artist. flush inlay. if 293 (K) SANO NAOTERU( Second master Sane family. died 1674). gold lacquer. 299 (K) 300 301 302 (K) (K) KATSUNORI (attributed. zogan. First half of l8th century). about i860). iSth century) . fuchi of horse and deer. thatched hut. Iron. KUNISHIGE (attributed. Shibuichi. prayer beads. 294 (K) 295 (T) Iron. Three birds flying over waves. betel cutter or Portugese clasp knife. zogan. 21 292 (FK) MIZUNO MITSUMSA (Mizuno school. oil thief. katakiri.about i860) . XAZUNORI II(Fukawa family. kashira of recumbent tiger. alive in IB78) . 307 (K) YOSHIYUKI (Independent artist.Shakudo. iroye. Shakudo. Design after Kano Tanyu(Painter Kano Morinobu. Shibuichi. gate. (K) 306 (K) YOSHINOBU (Independent artist of Tokyo Kinko . student of Natsuo). ishime ground. Silversmith. SHIHO OKAVJA SADAMOTO(Natsuo school. 17^0). ancient dancer. TAKARADU YOSHIHARU (Third quarter of 19th century). TOYONAGA( Independent artist . Hirado school.

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Governor. 309 (FK) HANAZAV/A MASIYOSHI NO MOTOIvIE NI OJITE("I comply to the order of Kanazawa Masiyoshi. katakiri. . sunk relief. zogan: dragon in undercut waves. vdllo'/js and stream. visit of Kwanyu to Komei. 19th century. Silver. Geisha house.Shakudo. Iron.A day in the sixth month"). bird flying towards prayer paper. Reverse has cat with ribbon around neck sitting on roof. two oxen in the round. Copper. Silver. SEKISENSAI (unrecorded). Iron. zogan. Silver. 3hakudo. iroye. Illustrated 39B & 39C . Made by Yasuhiro. Shakudo. 31s (K) 319 (FK) N0YKATSU3A YASUKAZA (unrecorded) kebori. Sage and animals. iroye. UNSIGNED 320 321 322 323 (T) (T) Obake(ghost) type (XIX century). Illustrated 37C Goto school. Illustrated 4IA (K) 324 (K) Goto school.Spring(lg37)" (FK) Shonai).Gentoku 315 (FK) VifATANABE TOMONAGA (unrecorded). Amateur artist). iroye. 316 317 (T) HISHU(no) JU KATSUTSUNE (unrecorded). Shakudo.boar 's eye tsuba with twisted cable rim in silver. . 19th century). first third of 19th century). 22 30g (T) YOSHINOBU ("Tempo 9th Year of the Dcg. Shakudo. Kyoto Kinko. basket of leaves hanging on twisted gold rope. Illustrated 37A Omori school. GOTANDA T0SHLN0RI("lg64. ishime ground. 310 (K) KAZUTSURU (Independent artist. zogan. Shitakamo Province. Iron. zogan. occupants. Copper. rats and fan.C . Shakudo. (K) MOMOTARO GYOKURYUKEN NOBUCHIKA (unrecorded. 311 (FK) KUNMNSAI NARINAGA (unrecorded about ISOO) . 312 (T) FURUKAWA IviASAAKI (unrecorded). tiger and leopard fighting. Chased clouds. .Kwan Yu and Chohi. Illustrated 33 (T) Revival of early tsuba style (XIX century). Shakudo. ishime ground. zogan. tiger among waves.nanako ground. all cooking utensils. zcgan. 313 (K) 314 (T) YOSHIHIDE(unrecorded) escaping. zogan. Kozuka and Kogai pair.

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Iron. nanako ground. trees . nanako ground. 17th .17th century.ogan. Shakudo. shakudo (K) Mino Goto. O-kozuka large nanako ground. UNSIGNED 327 (T) Linked swastika pattern( frets ShakudOj openwork. 17C1-17^6) . Edo Kinko. circa I7OO. iroye. uprooted pine sapling. Goto. large pouch and two large keys. Gold. Shakudo. zogan. mainline . zogan.Copper. nanako ground. heavy nanako ground. G. tori gate.. nanako ground. bamboo.l8th century. Shakudo. katakiri. Demons with temple bell. Shakudo. silver cloth hanging from line held by forked post. monkeys hanging from tree by tails and hands. (T) JOI((Nara school. flowers and ferns growing in water. bugs on petal shaped tsuba. 340 341 (K) (K) silver. Goto. Tanto_ tsuba. zogan. iroya. 23 325 32'S (T) HARUKANE (Yanagawn. about ISOO. many flowers in full bloom. Shakudo. six scenes on 329 (FK) Namban style of Mitsuhiro of Yagami . fans. Shakudo. Shakudo. 338 339 (K) Goto. Daikoku inside rice ball. Goto Seijo work. 328 (T) circa 1^50. nanako ground. mainline. ?. 18th century. mainline . gold rim. zogan.early 19th century. zogan. Five shishi (liens ) (T) (K) Goto. zogan. early l^th century. trying to catch moons reflection in water.Hizen. zogan. Shakudo. iroye. 334 335 (K) (K) Goto.-ld nanako ground. nanako ground. about IS^C). zogan. mythical animals. 18th century. mainline. two wild boars. mainline . 330 331 332 (T) Goto. in massive bloom. ( ) 336 337 (K) . 333 (K) Goto. mainline.l8th century. 1000 monkeys. enamel. nanako ground. } . Iron. Shakudo. Goto. Shakudc. zogan.1700.iSth century. Shakudo. (K) Goto. zcgan. 17th century. zogan. silver. Goto.

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zogan. cloisonne. 358 359 (K) Jnscription: Hamano school. Shibuichi.two flying cranes bamboo grove. Cartouche. 19th century. court muscians. late iSth century. iroye. (K) 360 (K) Iron. zogan. zogan. zogan. old the embraces cicada "The Autumn shakudo Hirata school. iroye. three feathered fans. zogan. Shibuichi. nanako ground. nanako ground. iroye. ISOO. flush zogan. flowering plum. (K) (K) 34g 349 (K) Goto. (K) Hamano school. Hamano school. flying Ho bird and aoli flowers. Shibuichi. two cranes in flight 350 351 352 (K) (M) Kaga Goto. Genroku era: 1688-1703 placques. wedding utensil. story of Genji. iBth century. zogan. zogan. Goto. Hamano school. zogan. Iron. shippo{ enamel ). kebori. two priests and paper shiminawa with gohei( twisted line with strips of Kami the to made cloth of representing the offerings (Lord or Governor of Province) in Shinto temples ancient times) m 353 (K) tree. nanako ground. 3 boars. Goto Ichijo school. . . in Goto. 344 345 (K) (K) Goto. zogan. Shakudo. Shakudo. Shibuichi.peonies and two song birds on flowering branch. zogan. . IS5O. repousse. Goto.Daruma and dragon. Reverse has crane. Goto. I8th century. Shakudo. Shakudo. three 346 347 (M) Goto. flowering Han-zashi kozuka( small) 354 355 (K) flowering branch. nanako ground. Goto. fish on bamboo pole. Shibuichi. nanako ground. Goto Ichijo school. Shakudo. tree. zogan. • 24 342 343 (K) (K) Goto. iroye. childs toy cart. and sage has Reverse (K) 356 357 (K) kebori. Shibuichi. tiger. zogan. Copper. gold. Shakudo. zogan. Gold nanako. silver. (K) GotoSiakudo nanako ground. ishime ground. fine Jurojin and deer.cicada on tree. Hirata school. Shakudo. zogan.. Iroye. .

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Hirata school, 17th century. Shakudo, nanakc ground, enamels; flowers on thin stalks. Largest size kozuka.

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Hirata school. Shibuichi, enamels, zogan; flying bird over v;aves, crescent m«on thrfugh clouds.

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Hirata schtol. Shakudo, ishime ground, Mt. Fuji and outer islands.
Higo. Iron, round; sumiycshi sukashi.

enamels;

364
365

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Jingo Higo School. Iron, lat.quer; spider set into harlequin patterned frame,

366

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Ichinomiya school, end of l^th century, Shibuichi, iroye, sunk relief, zcgan; monkey trainer on front, monkey on back,
Ishiguro school. Shibuichi, iroye, zcgan; pheasants, stream, flowers.
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Ishiguro school. Shibuichi, ircye, zogan;kashira has horseman with raised whip riding horse through water, has eight attendants of Riujin (dragon king fuchi of the sea) carrying bell of Tawara Todu and the gem. Bell worked above fuchi.
flying Kaga school. Shakudo, gold, flush inlay; three geese, reeds.
Kaga school. Shakudo, gold, flush inlay; insects. (Attributed to Kuwamura Katsuhisa).
and Kaga school. Shakudo, gold, flush inlay ;flowers fence.

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saddled Kaga school. Shakudo, iroye, flush inlay; horse beneath flowering cherry tree.
hammer, Nara school. Iron, zogan; Oni holding gong, nembutsu no Oni inscription: and scroll with invocation to Buddha by a demon.

sunk Nara school - Joi style. Shibuichi, katakiri, bough. pme under scroll reading relief; FukuroKuju
zogan; eagle Omori school. Shakudo, nanako ground, Dird over small watching cliff of edge perched on surf,

Otsuki school. Sentoku, zogan; goose. Tanaka school, 19th century. Iron, tree, plum tree, mist.
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B.) Cosmo Publishing Co. Holland Press.L. Tuttle Co. 1963.C.: SWORD AND SAME. 1956. Faber & Faber.Pabst. Reprint. Van Stockum's Antiquariaat . Published by the author.B.: JAPAN: ITS HISTORY. Rutland. J. Collection of the late General J. Hakusai. 1963 List of names and kakihan. H.L.Millet COo.. H.. : . Joly. London. Joly. Jr. 1902.: JAPANESE SWORD FURNITURE. Vermont. Vol. Boston & Tokyo. Tokyo. Van Daalen. (The Japanese Sword. 1961. John M. 7.SUGGESTED READING Brinkley. 194^. F. THE SAMURAI SWORD.. Charles E. ARTS AND LITERATURE. Inami: NIPPON TO. Yumoto.: A PRIMER OF THE JAPANESE SWORD. J.: SHOSANKENSHU. 1956. Robinson. 1955 THE ARTS OF THE JAPANESE SV/ORD. The Hague. London. H. & Inada.W.

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