Bizen Osafune Nagamitsu
(Late Nanbokucho period 1368-1391)
Nagamitsu, the son of Mitsutada was one of the top swordsmith of the time, and he wanted others around to know that the Osafune school of which he belonged made some of the best quality swords.
He left behind so many great swords that nobody can tell you everything about his remarkable work. The Tokyo Art museum owns one of his swords presented to them by Hirobumi Ito an avid collector. Nagamitsu work shows various designs on his blades suchas O-Choji and Ko-choji Midare (large clove-shaped pattern and small clove-shaped pattern.

Blade Length72.7 or 74.2 or 75.8cm
Blade Curvature1.8cm
Weight of Sword w/o Sheath900g (74.2cm)
Full Length101cm (74.2cm)
Handle Length26cm
Handle Thread(A)=Brown Cotton or (B)=Brown Silk
BladeSpecial Zinc & HIIRI & Thin edge finish
Sheath ThreadHandle Thread being the same
Tsuba & Various PartsOxidized Copper
Sheath PlasteredUrethane Brown Stone Patterns Plastered
StandUrethane Wine Plastered
AccessoriesKothobukuro & Fusatsuki

Special Price
A-Type (Brown Cotton) B-Type (Brown Silk)

* A consumption tax is included.
(The price may be subject to change due to the exchange rate.)
* Stands are an option. (Please make a choice of a Stand's.)

Care and Cleaning Kit = ¥ 1,600
Wooden Black (Single Sword Horizontal) = ¥ 2,500
Wooden Wine (Single Sword Horizontal) = ¥ 3,000
Wooden Black (Single Sword Vertical) = ¥ 3,500
Wooden Wine (Single Sword Vertical) = ¥ 4,000
Wooden Black (Double Sword Horizontal) = ¥ 2,500
Wooden Wine (Double Sword Horizontal) = ¥ 3,000

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