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ZENJO KANENOBU (KANEYOSHI(2) O-EI 1394 to EI-KYO 1429 |_______________________________________________
___|_________                       __|____ ZENJO KANEARI(1) MUROYA EI-KYO 1429 KANEARI MEI-O    |_______________________________  __|____ ___|___                   _________|____   KANEARI EI-SHO KANEARI(2) CHO-ROKU 1457  SHIGA KANENOBU(1) __|____ ___|___                   BUN-MEI to MEI-O 1492 KANEARI TEN-MON 1532 KANEARI(3) EN-TOKU 1489  SHIGAZEKI Founder __|____
See OWARI KANEARI TEN-SHO 1573
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NAOE SHIZU Style KANETOSHI KEI-CHO 1596
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KANEA CHO-KYO 1487
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KANEUJI TEN-MON 1532
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KANEMICHI EI-ROKU 1558 KANEUJI EI-ROKU 1558

KANEA CHO-KYO: Adherant to SHIZU KANEUJI smith lines finds kindred hearts in MUROYA.
KO-SHO 1455 to CHO-KYO 1487 time.
NOSHU JU KANEA

KANEMICHI EI-ROKU (f: KANEA): Said to be the "9th generation from SHIZU KANEUJI".
SHIZU KANEUJI KAJI worked through the late NAMBOKUCHO to early MUROMACHI time
by transferring from NAOE to AKASAKA and then to SEKI. KANEMICHI is active
from TEN-MON 24th year 1555 to TEN-SHO 4, 1576. First period of TEN-MON he
works at HACHIMAN Castle in GUJO town, MINO for TAKEDA SHINGEN. On BUN-ROKU
NINEN NI-GATSU 1593, the KWAMPAKU of NIJO bade the four strong KANEMICHI
descendents, IGAnoKAMI KINMICHI, ECHIGOnoKAMI RAI KINMICHI,
TAMBAnoKAMI YOSHIMICHI and ETCHUnoKAMI MASATOSHI to the Capitol to make
swords at the residence of the KUGE Family NISHITOIN, from whence we have
the founding of the MISHINA KAJI Group.
DAIDO is said to have signed KANEMICHI and that they may be the same man.
EI-ROKU NINEN, 1559, Emperor Ogimachi awarded KANEMICHI the prefix "O" and
the title MUTSUnoKAMI. From this, O-KANEMICHI is known as the Founder of
MISHINA.
Mostly making TANTO and KO-WAKIZASHI. KO-ITAME HADA has MASAME and is
strongly standing. Tight NIOI-GUCHI GUNOME-MIDARE BA, YAHASU Arrow-notch
forms and where GUNOME have rounded heads. Also SUGUHA is seen.
KANEMICHI
KANEMICHI SAKU
NOSHU SEKI JU KANEMICHI

KANEUJI TEN-MON: SEKI. MUROYA School. Brings to SHIZU traditions. NIOI-DEKI and
KO-NIE SUGUHA, NOTARE of GUNOME ans GUNOME-MIDARE BA.
KANEUJI
NOSHU SEKI JU KANEUJI

KANEUJI EI-ROKU: SEKI. MUROYA School. SUGUHA ans NOTARE-MIDARE BA.
KANEUJI
NOSHU SEKI JU KANEUJI

KANEARI EI-KYO (f: KANEYOSHI(3), grf: KANEYOSHI):
ARI form: ZAI "outskirts."
MUROYA-SAEMONGORO.
Founder of MUROYA ZENJO Group. Only a trace of the
old KANEYOSHI, YAMATO TEGAI style.
KO-ITAME HADA has JINIE and CHIKEI, along with the OEI fad, BO-UTSURI.
NIOI-DEKI SUGUHA and well done KO-NOTARE from which small TOGARI push into
GUNOME patterns. BOSHI SUGU KOMARU.

KANEARI(2) CHO-ROKU 1457: Carrying forth of KANEARI(1) style mix.
KANEARI

KANEARI(3) EN-TOKU 1489:
UEMONGORO. KANEARI

KANEARI MEI-O 1492 (f: KANENOBU): ARI form: YU "To exist". The dates are stretching
things. Some simply over-look this entry and mark KANEARI EISHO as 1st generation.
KANEARI

KANEARI EI-SHO (f: KANETOSHI): KANETOSHI seems a TOKUIN man that perhaps took up
MUROYA SEKI style. KANEARI is a MUROYA line. MUROYA-SEKI.
KANEARI

KANEARI TEN-MON 1532
KANEARI

KANEARI TEN-SHO 1573
KANEARI

KANESAKI BUNGI (f: KANEYOSHI):
KANESAKI
NOSHU SEKI JU KANESAKI

KANESAKI TAI-EI 1521: ZENJO smith. Goes to IKARI on SADO Island.
KANESAKI
NOSHU SEKI JU KANESAKI SAKU

KANEARI TEN-SHO 1573: ZAI form. WAZAMONO rated.
NOSHU SAKU KANEARI SAKU

KANETANE TEN-SHO 1573

MICHISADA KEI-CHO (f: UJISADA): SEKI ZENJO. Made GUNOME-MIDARE BA.

KANETOSHI KEI-CHO: HIKOJURO. SHINTO times. MUROYA KAJI.
KANETOSHI


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