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YAMATO




YAMATO TEGAI - KANENAGA 2
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KANENAGA(2) KA-REKI 1326
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KANETOSHI(1) TEI-JI 1362             KANENAGA(1) TEI-WA 1345    |
    |___________________             ___|____                   | 
____|____             __|_____       KANENAGA(2) EI-WA 1375     | 
KANETOSHI O-EI 1394   KANEKIYO(3)    ___|____                   | 
____|____             O-AN 1368      KANENAGA(3) O-EI 1394      |
KANETOSHI(3)                         ___|____                   |
CHO-ROKU 1457                        KANENAGA(4) BUN-AN 1444    |
                                     ___|____                   |
                                     KANENAGA(5) CHO-KYO 1487   |
                                     ___|____                   |
                                     KANENAGA(6) BUN-GI 1501    |
                                     Transfers to ISE UNRININ   |
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KANEYUKI(1) EN-BUN 1356                 KANESADA(1) BUN-WA 1352
   |_____________                       ___|____              
___|____     ____|____                  KANESADA(2) O-EI 1394 
KANEYUKI(2)  KANETOSHI(1) EI-TOKU 1381  ___|____
EI-WA 1375   ____|____                  KANESADA(3) CHO-ROKU 1457
             KANETOSHI(2) KYO-TOKU 1452 ___|____
             ____|___                   KANESADA(4) BUN-GI 1501
             KANESADA(5) BUN-GI 1501    ___|____
                                        KANESADA(5) TEN-MON 1532
               - SUE-TEGAI -            ___|____
                                        KANESADA(6) EI-ROKU 1558

KANENAGA(2) KA-REKI: HEIJIRO. From KA-REKI 1326 to TEI-WA 1345.
        Made wide and raised SHINOGI, normal width TACHI in the
        style of the 1st.IKUBI-KISSAKI. Very strong NIE SHIMA-BA 
        over SUGU KO-MIDARE, shallow NOTARE GUNOME HA. SUNAGASHI 
        and KINSUJI in NIJUBA. Known for radiant NIE in the 
        MONOUCHI and head area. NIOI is deep and broad. HEIJIRO 
        signed large, his NAGA center pole seems pulled down.
    MEI: KANENAGA

KANENAGA(1) TEI-WA (f: KANENAGA 2): NAGA form: CHO "Leader." Son
        and student. Father of TEGAI KANEZANE who studied with 
        KANENAGA(3).Running ITAME. KO-NIE SUGU KUICHIGAI NIJU 
        HOTSURE BA. 
    MEI: KANENAGA

KANENAGA(2) EI-WA 1375
    MEI: KANENAGA

KANENAGA(3) O-EI: Known for SUGUHA. 
    MEI: KANENAGA

Note: KANENAGA(6) transfers to ISE UNRININ in TEN-MON 1532. 
                  His son works there in TEN-SHO 1573. See ISE.

YAMATO TEGAI - KANENAGA 2
KANESADA(1) BUN-WA (f: KANENAGA 2): 2nd son. From TEI-WA 1345 to
        KO-AN 1361. Narrow SHINOGI-TSUKURI, IHORI-MUNE TACHI with
        shallow SORI. SHIRA-KE KO-MASAME HADA. KO-NOTARE 
        undulation of KO-GUNOME MIDARE with NIJUBA having 
        SHIMA-BA and UCHINOKE in KO-NIE. SUNAGASHI and KINSUJI.
        BOSHI: HAKIKAKE TOGARI with wide and deep YAKI-SAGARU 
        KAERI. HORIMONO.
    MEI: KANESADA
         YAMATO-no-KUNI FUJIWARA KANESADA

KANESADA(2) O-EI: MOKUME with O-HADA and bright BO-UTSURI. NOTARE
        undulating GUNOME patterns. KO-MIDARE BA with valleys and
        running SUNAGASHI. Later generations are considered 
        SUE-TEGAI - 3rd: CHO-ROKU 1457, 4th: BUN-GI 1501, 
        5th: TEN-MON 1532 and 6th: EI-ROKU 1558.
    MEI: KANESADA
         KANESADA SAKU

KANETOSHI(1) TEI-JI (t: KANENAGA 2): From TEI-JI 1362 to O-AN 
        1368. Wide SHINOGI and raised SHINOGI-JI. TEGAI style
        KO-MASAME HADA where NIE SHIMA-BA dots KO-NIE SUGU 
        KUICHIGAI NIJU HOTSURE BA. 
    MEI: KANETOSHI

KANEKIYO(3) O-AN (f: KANEKIYO 2, t: KANETOSHI): KATSUZAEMON. SUGU 
           KUICHIGAI BA with HAKIKAKE.
    MEI: KANEKIYO

KANEYUKI(1) EN-BUN (f: KANENAGA 2): MONJUSHIRO Group. Third son.
    MEI: KANEYUKI

KANETOSHI(1) EI-TOKU (t: KANEYUKI): TOSHI form: GO "Later." From 
        EI-TOKU 1381 to O-EI 1394. Thick bladed MITSU-MUNE. 
        Running SHIRA-KE MASAME.Thin NIE JI-BA dances on an 
        ASAKI-NOTARE with KO-ASHI. HOTSURE pulls from the line. 
        Two characters in thick, angular strokes.
    MEI: KANETOSHI

KANETOSHI(2) KYO-TOKU: From O-EI to KYO-TOKU 1452. Last of the 
        O-EI stylists. KO-MIDARE BA. 3rd KANETOSHI was the son 
        of KANEMOCHI, see SUE-TEGAI.
    MEI: KANETOSHI 


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