Munehide "Silent MEI" of Yukihira
NAGASA:
SORI:
KISSAKI-NAGA:
SAKI-HABA:
MOTO-HABA:
NAKAGO:
NAKAGO-ZORI:
NAKAGO-MOTOHABA:
NAKAGO-KURIJIRI:
2 SHAKU 5.7 SUN
9 BU
8 BU
5.1 BU
1 SUN
7.1 SUN
3 RIN
8.5 BU
4 BU
- or 77.6cm
- or  2.7cm
- or  2.5cm
- or  1.7cm
- or  3.0cm
- or 21.5cm
- or   .5cm
- or  2.6cm
- or  1.2cm


$120k
$80K

KISHIN-DAYU
Ichimonji Yukihira

The greatest master of the HIKOZAN SANZENBO 
         “The Three-Thousand Priests” of HIKOZAN 
Gift from Mr Hosokawa, creator of the NBTHK, Oct 26, 1946
See Bungo Yukihira








Heian Tachi
. There is a strong Kirikomi on the Monouchi
Running ITAME HADA is well-knit and without KIZU. MIDARE UTSURI runs the entire JI.

Deep NIOI-GUCHI  hangs to the HA between rising figures and fine KO-NIE cling in the HABUCHI. A HATARAKI of KINSUJI and SUNAGASHI play through varying KO-GUNOME and KO-CHOJI MIDARE BA.

Large KOSHIBA rise on both sides through the lower and resolve to YAKI-OTOSHI.

BOSHI follows the FUKURA around to the SAKI where a slight HAKIKAKE of fine KO-NIE is discerned.
YUKIHIRA's alternate name is signed TACHI URA-MEI: MUNEHIDE
 






The NAKAGO SUGATA is unarguably that of Yukihira

Sho-shin Glossary