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OEI BIZEN



TOSHIMITSU to SUKEMITSUs' SUE-BIZEN 

A competition in reference states (1) & (2) were one career and 
(3) & (4), perhaps another. EI-KYO TOSHIMITSU is said the father 
of SUE-BIZEN, KANSHO SUKEMITSU. 
                               ________________
                               NAGAMITSU School
                                _________|_____
                                SHO-O SANEMITSU 
                             ____________|_____
                             GEN-KYO TOSHIMITSU (TOSHI: GO)  
    _________                 ___________|_____
    MITSUHIRO TEI-JI 1362     KOZORI TOSHIMITSU(1) TEI-JI 1362
    ____|_____                ___________|_____
    TSUNEYOSHI SHI-TOKU 1384  KOZORI TOSHIMITSU(2) SHI-TOKU 1384
        |________________________________|   See NAGAMITSU School
    ____|_____                                      and KOZORI
    TOSHIMITSU(3) O-EI 1394 
        |_________________________________   See SUE-BIZEN 
________|_____________                ____|_____               
ROKUROZAEMON SUKEMITSU KA-KICHI 1441  TOSHIMITSU(4) EI-KYO 1429
        |_________________________________________
 _______|_____________ -brothers- ________________|____
 UKYOnoSUKE KATSUMITSU            SAKYOnoSHIN MUNEMITSU  
                    - BUN-MEI 1469 -
                      

TOSHIMITSU(3) O-EI (KOZORI TSUNEYOSHI): The TOSHIMITSU line 
        (TOSHI form: I "Profit") falls from NAGAMITSU through 
        GEN-KYO TOSHIMITSU see NAGAMITSU - SANEMITSU, but 
        TOSHIMITSU(3) is the son of TSUNEYOSHI, a possible son
        of MITSUHIRO of the 4 brothers, see then KOZORI. 
        O-EI TOSHIMITSU: Vivid BO-UTSURI dresses KO-MOKUME HADA
        that stands out strongly. O-EI style NIOI GUNOME-
        CHOJI BA. MIDARE-BOSHI varies to a slight KAERI or turns
        ICHIMONJI-KAERI. As likely with BO-HI. See SUE-BIZEN
     TOSHIMITSU 
     BISHU OSAFUNE TOSHIMITSU

TOSHIMITSU(4) EI-KYO: From EI-KYO 1429 to HO-TOKU 1449.

TOSHIMITSU(5) BUN-MEI: From BUN-MEI 1469 to MEI-O 1492.

TOSHIMITSU(6) EI-SHO:

ROKUROZAEMON SUKEMITSU KA-KICHI (f: TOSHIMITSU): KANSHO BIZEN 
        smith. Father of SAKYOnoSHIN MUNEMITSU and UKYOnoSUKE 
        KATSUMITSU. His dates are EI-KYO to KAN-SHO. His father 
        is stated as being EI-KYO TOSHIMITSU, but the 4th worked
        from the EI-KYO to HO-TOKU (peerage years) while the 3rd,
        an OEI smith, is the likely parent. See SUE-BIZEN



OEI BIZEN __________ TSUNEMITSU(1) O-EI 1394 ____|_____ TSUNEMITSU(2) BUN-MEI 1469 TSUNEMITSU(1) O-EI: TSUNE form: KEI "Sutra" This is a KOZORI school root making GUNOME-CHOJI MIDARE BA. BISHU OSAFUNE TSUNEMITSU TSUNEMITSU(2) BUN-MEI: Worked late in the BUN-MEI. MUROMACHI BIZEN style KO-GUNOME CHOJI MIDARE BA. BISHU OSAFUNE TSUNEMITSU ________________ KOZORI SHIGEHISA ____|_____ TSUGUMITSU(1) O-EI 1394 ____|_____ TSUGUMITSU(2) BUN-AN 1444 ____|_____ TSUGUMITSU(3) BUN-MEI 1469 ____|_____ TSUGUMITSU(4) EI-SHO 1573 TSUGUMITSU(1) O-EI (f: SHIGEHISA): Worked through toward the end of O-EI to SHO-CHO 1428. SUGUHA and O-EI KOSHI-HIRAKI GUNOME-CHOJI MIDARE BA. Following generations: place style to time. BISHU OSAFUNE TSUGUMITSU TSUGUHIRO O-EI: NIOI-DEKI GUNOME-CHOJI BA. BISHU OSAFUNE TSUGUHIRO _______ HIRONAO KEM-MU 1334 ________ KUNIHIRO O-EI 1390
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