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SAGAMI




SOSHU HIROMITSU 
    SOSHU SOHEIKI "The Twin Jewels" with AKIHIRO, 
       this matched set forever share the same seat 
           as producers of the classic SOSHU style. 
      ________                                     See Akihiro
      MASAMUNE KA-REKI 1326 
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      HIROMITSU  "Two Jewels"  AKIHIRO 
          |    - EN-BUN 1356 -  
          |______________ ______________ ____________
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      YOSHIHIRO      HIROTSUGU      MASAHIRO     SUKEHIRO  See Later SOSHU for examples
HIROMITSU EN-BUN (t: MASAMUNE): KYUROJIRO. 
        Wide bladed, MITSU-MUNE HIRA-TSUKURI DAMBIRA, the 
contribution and always expected SOSHU SUGATA.
NIKU is SUKUNAKU or slight and BO-HI wide groove will be
placed near the MUNE as part of his SAKIZORI SUGATA.
ITAME HADA shows CHIKEI and JI-NIE.
YUBASHIRI and TAMA set themselves apart from scattered
TOBI-YAKI of medium sized NIE that coordinates with pattern.
Width is the overall impression of NIE DEKI O-GUNOME MIDARE
BA occupying the upper while a smaller version runs in a
retiring YAKIDASHI. KUDARIBA or KUDARI-ASHI are an expected          oblique pattern of SAKA-GUNOME that is laying-over or          deflated looking GUNOME figures. ORIGANE, spiring          KINSUJI will be seen curling into the JI. NIE chases          SUNAGASHI, KINSUJI and INAZUMA.         BOSHI is MIDARE-KOMI to TOGARI and long fall KAERI. KANTEI:      -TAMA      -ORIGANE      -KUDARIBA      -NIE TOBI-YAKI      -MITSU-MUNE       -BO-HI near MUNE MEI: HIROMITSU      SAGAMI-no-KUNI JUNIN HIROMITSU

BUNKAZAI HIROMITSU

Bunkazai Hiromitsu
NAGASA: 42.4cm     SORI: 0.8cm

Although dates might argue, an inscription inside the Habaki states it is a part of the Go Shusen Sango, 35 swords of the Uesugi.
The most famous HIROMITSU, it is the epitome of SOSHU style NAMBOKU DAMBIRA: wide blade, elongated KISSAKI, even, shallow curvature HIRA-TSUKURI with MITSU-MUNE.
The swirling MOKUME HADA shows JI-NIE under the most famous and defining example of HITATSURA. Every combination of figure offer themselves in harmony while islands of silk blow like snow.

DAIBO-rises push for position in the upper above eroding KINSUJI and NIE. 

MIDARE-KAERI is a long fall.
UBU, two MEGUKI-ANA, SOSHU NAKAGO drops quickly to a small KURI-JIRI.


   SAGAMI no KUNI JUNIN HIROMITSU
 

    ENBUN GO-NEN HACHI GATSU HI
                                                      1360, 8th Month
















































TOKUBETSU JUYO HIROMITSU 
NAGASA: 34.7cm  SORI: 0.6cm 

HIRA-TSUKURI, MITSU-MUNE DAMBIRA wide and thin with an elongated KISSAKI.
Running ITAME finds O-HADA with JI-NIE and CHIKEI. A raging battle of  GUMONE-CHOJI and KINSUJI throws blurred figures into the sky.
SUNAGASHI sweeps SAGARU KO-MARU into a long fall.
GOMABASHI HORI drops into the UBU, one MEKUGI-ANA NAKAGO.

   SAGAMI no KUNI JUNIN HIROMITSU 
   OAN NI-NEN JI-NI GATSU HI

                                     1369 - 12th Month



TOKUBETSU JUYO-TOKEN HIROMITSU


    

UTSUnoMIYA DAIMYOJIN
HACHIMAN DAIBOSATSU HIROMITSU JUYO BUNKAZAI

NAGASA: 32.1cm 
SORI: 0.5cm 
HIRA-TSUKURI, MITSU-MUNE DAMBIRA wide with elongated KISSAKI. 
BO-HI with TSURE  runs along the back.
YUBASHIRI runs in complex MOKUME Hada. There is CHIKEI and 
JI-NIE. 
GUNOME swirls into billowing NOTARE, SOSHU HITATSURA where ARA-NIE, 
SUNAGASHI and KINSUJI run in the grain. 
UBU NAKAGO with two filled ANA.
    UTSUnoMIYA
    DAI MYOJIN     SAGAMI no KUNI JUNIN HIROMITSU 
    HACHIMAN
    DAIBOSATSU     BUNWA GO-NEN UZUKI HI 
                                                                            1356 - 4th Month
See Akihiro
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