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YAMASHIRO
YAMASHIRO AWATAGUCHI KUNIYASU

 "The Six Sons" of KUNIIYE

3rd son



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TORIN KUNIIYE GEN-RYAKU 1184
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TORIN KUNIYASU(1) SHO-JI 1199
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KUNIYASU(2) KEN-CHO 1249   YASUNORI SHO-KYU 1219

KUNIYASU(1) SHO-JI (f: KUNIIYE): SHO-GEN GOBAN KAJI - forth month
        3rd son. TOSABURO. Old style narrow KO-KISSAKI TACHI is 
        usually associated to KUNITOMO and HISAKUNI, 1st and 2nd
        sons. With KUNIYASU we find the later, stout 
        IKUBI-KISSAKI on wider KAMAKURA SUGATA or deeply curved.
        AWATAGUCHI NASHI-JI KO-MOKUME where CHIKEI marks O-HADA.
        KO-NIE KO-MIDARE to uneven KO-CHOJI or CHOJI-MIDARE BA. 
        Look for small UCHINOKE above the HAMON. O-MARU KAERI on
        MIDARE-KOMI BOSHI. KIJI-MOMO NAKAGO. His YASU is unique:
        AN or "Peace" - a woman under roof. Here her robes break 
        wide. - Looks like an easel bowing from burden. 

KUNIYASU(2) KEN-CHO 1249 








































BUNKAZAI KUNIYASU
awataguchi kuniyasu tachi
NAGASA: 80.4cm 
SORI: 2.6cm

A narrow feeling is exemplified by its full-length BO-HI that intrudes upon the KO-SHINOGI of its small, perfect KO-KISSAKI. This is a deep curve in the old style. Its FUNBARI has been slightly reduced.

Well-knit KO-ITAME HADA has JI-NIE. 

NIOI-FUKASHI and KO-NIE KO-MIDARE BA with ASHI-IRI shows striating KINSUJI and SUNAGASHI running. 

Dignified KOMARU settles in a slight KAERI. 

KIJI-MOMO NAKAGO falls in a curve to a slightly KURI-JIRI. With one MEKUGI-ANA, signed in the upper in his typically thin strokes.

KUNIYASU


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