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Swordsmith Nagasone Kotetsu Okisato

Kizu

Swordsmith Nagasone Kotetsu Okisato

by Kizu

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Published by Hawley Pubns .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hobbies/Crafts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8297496M
    ISBN 100910704074
    ISBN 109780910704076

    Swordsmith Nagasone Kotetsu Okisato by Yasu Kizu; Swordsmith Minamoto No Kiyomaro by Yasu Kizu; Swordsmith Taikei Naotane by Yasu Kizu and W.M. Hawley; Retail price for each book: $85; $ Details. Flitz Metal Polish (g) Flitz is an excellent metal polish for carbon steel knives as well as fiberglass. This anti-tarnish formula lasts. Nagasone Kotetsu (長曽根虎徹) was made by the swordsmith Nagasone Okisato (長曽祢興里). There are several theories about how Kondo came in possession of this sword, such as receiving it from the Shogun family and receiving it from Kounoike Zenemon (鴻池善右衛門), one of the supporters of Shinsengumi who was a vastly wealthy.

    SC. 96pp, profusely illust., 11x, sharp photos from Third Reich era depicting various edged weapons & accouterments being worn. More. - I'm Nagasone Kotetsu or a counterfeit of it. The one who forged me wasn't Kotetsu. He was a swordsmith named Minamoto Kiyomaro, also known as Yotsuya Masamune. I was forged by a proper swordsmith, so I perform the best among the counterfeits. Although, my former master seemed to believe that I was the real deal until the very end. 18 pins.

    About in the middle of the book we find a drawing of such a gourd sukashi-tsuba wakizashi with the mei “Nagasone Okisato saku” Let us return to Kotetsu´s career as a swordsmith. As mentioned in the first volume of the Legends and Stories around the Japanese Sword, the commonly accepted theory says that around the age of 50 he went. **In Yasu Kizu historical book “Swordsmith Nagasone Kotetsu Okisato” it’s written: One of the most famed Kotetsu blades was a fake: that of Kondō Isami, the commander of the late Edo-era patrol force called Shinsengumi. However, this sword was not a Kotetsu, but instead a sword made by the foremost smith of that era (known in Japanese.


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Swordsmith Nagasone Kotetsu Okisato by Kizu Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nagasone Kotetsu (長曾禰 虎徹) (c. –) was a Japanese swordmaker of the early Edo period. Kotetsu was born in Sawayama aroundand was first known as Nagasone Okisato. His father was an armorer who served Ishida Mitsunari, the lord of r, as Ishida was defeated by Tokugawa Ieyasu at the Battle of Sekigahara, the Nagasone family and some other craftsmen from.

Swordsmith Nagasone Kotetsu Okisato by Kizu,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Kizu. Nagasone Kotetsu (長曾禰 虎徹) (c. –) was a Japanese swordmaker of the early Edo period. Kotetsu was born in Sawayama aroundand was first known as Nagasone Okisato.

His father was an armorer who served Ishida Mitsunari, the lord of Sawayama. However, as Ishida was defeated by Tokugawa Ieyasu at the Battle of Sekigahara, the Nagasone family and some other craftsmen from.

Kondō was said to have owned a katana called "Kotetsu", the work of the 17th century swordsmith Nagasone Kotetsu. However, the authenticity of his "Kotetsu" is highly debatable. According to Yasu Kizu's pamphlet on the swordmaker Kotetsu, Kondō's sword may actually have been made by Minamoto no Kiyomaro, a swordmaker of high repute roughly Born: Miyagawa Katsugorō, November 9.

Swordsmith Nagasone Kotetsu Okisato by Kizu (Jun ) Aizu Kotetsu Zugoshi Riichi no hansei (Japanese Edition) by Shigeki Yamadaira () Steel Tiger = Kotetsu no tora [Japanese Edition] by Stirling Silliphant and Makoto Sawa () 1 (Kotetsu no Daibouken) (in Japanese) by Mee.

2 (Kotetsu no Daibouken) (in Japanese) by Mee. Nagasone Kotetsu Kondo was famously said to own a sword by the most famous swordsmith of the early Edo period, Nagasone Kotetsu. Nagasone Okisato Kotetsu was formerly an armor maker who turned to sword making.

His name was carried on by his student, Nagasone Okimasa (2nd Gen. Kotetsu). Nagasone Kotetsu (長曾根虎徹) () était un célèbre forgeron du début de l'époque d'Edo né à Sawayama sous le nom de Okisato Nagasone.

Estimé Saijo-Owazamono par Yamada Asaemon, et Sai-jo-saku par Fujishiro, Kotetsu fait partie d'un minuscule groupe de forgerons rassemblant la crème de l'élite des forgerons japonais de l'après Koto.

The well-known swords smiths in Edo at this time: Nagasone Kotetsu (長曽祢虎徹), Yasutsugu (康継), Noda Hannkei (野田繁慶). By the time the grandson of Tokugawa Iyeyasu, that is Tokugawa Iyemitsu, became Shogun (around Kanei era, 寛永 – ), swords smiths spread to the other provinces.

Kotetsu From Sano Museum Catalogue. Permission granted to use. Here is the famous Kotetsu. The formal name is Nagasone Okisato Nyudo Kotetsu (長曽祢興里入道虎徹). Kotetsu started to make sword around 50 years old, until then, he was an armor maker.

The characteristics of Kotetsu. THE JAPANESE SWORD Q & A BOOK o () SWORDSMITH NAGASONE KOTETSU OKISATO Yasu Kizu Examines the history and defining characteristics of Kotetsu blades. 12 pages, 5½ x 8½" soft cover $ THE AWATAGUCHI SHINTO SCHOOL OF SWORD MAKING Blaine Navroth.

Regarding the sharpness and cutting-quality,there's something to find in Hawley's(Yasu Kizu) small book-Nagasone Kotetsu Okisato. Quote:'Yamada Asaemon Yoshimitsu,the official tester in the late Edo period about ,classified his blades as of supreme fact,one of his Katana had cut the thick top of a stone lantern,and many others had the points tested by piercing large.

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Nagasone Kotetsu (長曾禰 虎徹?) (c. – ) was a Japanese swordmaker of the early Edo period. Kotetsu was born in Sawayama aroundand was first known as Nagasone Okisato. His father was an armorer who served Ishida Mitsunari, the lord of r, as Ishida was defeated by Tokugawa Ieyasu at the Battle of Sekigahara, the Nagasone family and some other.

Kotetsu is an excellent master swordsmith, having forged the legendary Nidai Kitetsu which is powerful enough to be classified as one of the 21 O Wazamono swords. Through unknown means, he was also able to place curses on his swords, which certain individuals can even sense.

History Edit. Kotetsu lived sometime long ago. Swordsmith Nagasone Kotetsu Okisato. Japanese Sword Production in Late Koto Times. Curvature in Japanese Blades.

The Decoration of Sword Blades. Swordsmiths of Satsuma Province. The Soshu School Swordsmiths. The Swordsmith Family of Tsuda Sukehiro. The Development of the Tachi in Japan. Japanese Sword Blades of the Shinto and Shinshinto Periods.

9. Nagasone Kotetsu Nagasone Okisato Nyudo Kotetsu. Another 16thth century smith for the early Edo period, he was the son of an armourer who had to flee to Echizen province.

He started out as an armourer but soon switched to manufacturing swords. 10pp, illus., x8. NEW. Item #   I dealt with Kotetsu´s career in detail in my Legends and Stories around the Japanese Sword 2 and also presented at the end of this chapter what we know or what is speculated about his scholastic background.

Now I wan´t to introduce a blade from his very early years as a swordsmith which can be seen as a strong indication that he was trained by an Echizen-based master. Picture katana, mei: Nagasone Okisato Kotetsu Nyûdô (長曽祢奥里虎徹入道). Kinzôgan-mei: Kanbun gannen shichigatsu nijûichinichi (寛文元年七月廿一日).

21st day of the seventh month Kanbun one. Mitsudô setsudan Yamano Kanjûrô Narihisa + kaô (三ッ胴截断山野勘十郎成久). Personality Edit. A true Kotetsu sword among many fakes. Also has impeccable beauty and style. Although he is fond of his little brother Urashima Kotetsu, he protests his older brother Nagasone as he is a fake.

Background Edit. Hachisuka was forged by Nagasone Okisato in the year. Used to belong to Hachisuka clan who ruled Tokushima domain, thus the reason of his name.; His inscription is as follow: 長曽弥興里入道虎徹 (Nagasone Okisato nyuudou Kotetsu).寛文五年乙巳霜月十一日 弐ツ胴截断 山野加右衛門永久 (Kanbun 5 ( CE) Kinotomi Shimotsuki (November) 11, futatsu dousetsudan, Yamanokaemon Nagahisa) ― written with gold inlay, with a.Swordsmith Index; Weblink Directory; Discussion Boards; Home.

Kotetsu Submitted by kazarena on Mon, 虎徹: 初代 [Help] 承応︱ 武蔵. Nagasone Kotetsu Okisato (1st gen) ID: KO Name: Kotetsu: Province: Musashi: Other Residence: Echizen: Start Era: Jōō () End Era: Same as Nagasone Okisato OKI Login or.A NAGASONE KATANA Signed Nagasone Okisato Nyudo Kotetsu, Edo Period, circa Sugata [configuration]: slender hon-zukuri, even curve, iori-mune, chu-kissaki Kitae [forging pattern]: ko-itame with ji-nie Hamon [tempering pattern]: chu-suguha, rich in nie, some Kinsuji, nijuba in upper part of blade Boshi [tip]: broad komaru Nakago [tang]: ubu, osujigai file marks, two mekugi-ana, Ha-agari.