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Katana - Settsu Koku Ju Nin Hidehisa Saku - 摂津国住人秀久作 


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Settsu Koku Ju Nin Hidehisa Saku - 摂津国住人秀久作
平成三年二月日 - Heisei 3 Nen 2 Gatsu Hi (February 1991)
 
Total Weight 1.280kg
Weight without Saya 1.003 kg
Blade Weight 0.854 kg
Full length
Naked Blade (Toshin)
94.2 cm
Nagasa 72.2 cm
Tsuka Length 25.2 cm (Shirasaya)
Sori (curvature) 1.6 cm
Kissaki Length 4.10 cm
Moto Haba 3.35 cm
Saki Haba 2.47 cm
Moto Kasane             A = 0.7 cm
            B = 0.75 cm
Mesures Moto & Saki Kasane
Saki Kasane             A = 0.5 cm
            B = 0.57 cm
Curvature Koshi Zori (Bizen Zori) Curvature on the first third
Type Kissaki Chū Kissaki (Medium length).
Blade Structure Shinogi zukuri (diamond shape)
Mune Iori mune (Triangular)
Hamon Nioi deki, Ō Choji Midare with Ashi and Sunagashi in the Ha.
Hada Ko Itame Hada very granular with Jinie straps and some Chikei.
Boshi Midare Kome style, with Hakikake and return of the quenching on the Mune above the Ko Shinogi
Nakago Longueur 22cm, Ubu (unaltered),
signed Omote Settsu Koku Ju Nin Hidehisa Saku - 摂津国住人秀久作, dated Ura平成三年二月日 - Heisei 3 Nen 2 Gatsu Hi (Feburary 1991),
1 Mekugi Ana. Classic general shape (Futsugata), end in dissymetrical U (Ha Agari Kurijiri), Yasurime Kesho.
Saya Shirasaya in Magnolia, 78cm length, and a weight of 277g.
Tsuka
&
Tosogu
- Habaki  in silver, Yujo pattern

- Tsuka shirasaya in Mangolia, length 25.2cm, weight 103g, and one bamboo mekugi.
Study
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Team Review
Study:
Settsu Koku Junin Hidehisa is a smith of the Hyogo prefecture, in the city of Takarazuka, Kansai. The blade has a very good balance and is convenient for collecting, the Iaido and Battodo practice.

This smith Hidehisa is reknown for his smithing work and his proeminent Hamon Choji. Takarazuka is located in the North suburbs of Osaka, known for its museum on the famous Mangaka Osamu Tezuka (Astro Boy).


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