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TOKUIN - O-EI 1394

TOKUIN: ITAME-MOKUME mix. SHIRAKE-UTSURI. SUGU KO-GUNOME MIDARE.
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From the NAOE KANETOSHI Group
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DOA KANEHISA |_____________________________ ___|____ ___|___________ KANEHISA(2) BUN-AN 1444 TOKUIN KANEYASU(1) HO-TOKU 1449 |_____________________________ _______________________
___|____ ____|___ ___|____ KANEHISA BUN-MEI 1469 KANETAKA O-NIN 1467 KANEYASU(2) BUN-MEI 1469 |________ ________ ____|___ ___|____
___|____ ___|____ ___|_____ KANEMORI CHO-KYO 1487 KANEYASU(3) EI-SHO 1504
KANEHISA
KANETOMO KANETOSHI ____|____ ___|____
- EI-SHO 1504 - KANECHIKA CHO-KYO 1487 KANENAMI TEN-MON 1532
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KANEHIRO EI-SHO 1504 KANENAMI EI-SHO 1504
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KANEHIRO TEN-MON 1532 KANENAMI TAI-EI 1521 KANENAMI EI-ROKU 1558
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KANETOKI TEN-SHO 1573


KANEYASU HO-TOKU 1449 (f: KANETOSHI): Founder of TOKUIN. Adopted son of DOA
KANEHISA. Called MATAROKU. Work between EI-KYO 1429 and the HO-TOKU.
Buddhist name: HOMYO TOKUIN. School named for its Founder,
TOKUIN KANEYASU.


KANEHISA BUN-AN 1444 (Son of DOA KANEHISA's daughter): TOKUIN Group. MAGOTARO.
Also MAGOGORO. Enjoined with KANEYASU at the beginning.
Note: This man's son was invited along on AKAMATSU MASANORI's SEIBATSU
into OMI. This siege of OMI became a BIZEN-style drinking trough.
See OMI.
KANEHISA

KANEHISA CHO-ROKU 1457
NOSHU JU KANEHISA

KANEHISA BUN-MEI: SEKI. TOKUIN smith.
KANEHISA

KANEHISA MEI-O 1492: SEKI JU - TOKUIN at HIRAGA.
KANEHISA

KANETOMO EI-SHO 1504 (f: TOKUIN KANEHISA
): TOMO form: CHI "To know".
KANETOMO

KANETOSHI EI-SHO (f: KANEHISA): TOKUIN.
KANETOSHI

KANEHISA BUN-GI (f: TOKUIN KANEKATSU): SEKI. TOKUIN smith.
KANEHISA
KANEHISA TEN-MON: TOKUIN.
KANEHISA
NOSHU SEKI JU KANEHISA

KANECHIKA CHO-KYO (f: KANEMORI): SEKI JU. WAZAMONO.
NOSHU JU KANECHIKA

KANEYASU(2) BUN-MEI: Work from BUN-MEI through MEI-O 1492 time.
KANEYASU


KANEYASU(3) EI-SHO: TOKUIN Group. Wide swirds of little SORI, elongated
CHU-KISSAKI.
ITAME mixes with MOKUME. There is JINIE and CHIKEI. MASAME can make
strongly standing HADA run. There is standing SHIRAKE-UTSURI.
CHU-SUGUHA are many. NIOI DEKI where NIOI-GUCHI is tight. HAMON will
 have KO-NIE through the HABUCHI and KO-ASHI is expected.
BOSHI may be CHU-MARU or KO-MARU.
Signed NIJI-MEI in bold strokes.
KANEYASU

KANEYASU TEN-MON: TOKUIN School at SEKI. Running, strong JI-HADA with JINIE,
CHIKEI and SHIRAKE-UTSURI.
CHU-SUGUHA, mostly.
SEKI JU KANEYASU

KANEKATSU BUN-MEI (f: SANAMI KANETANI): GUNOME-MIDARE BA. WAZAMONO rated.
KANEKATSU SAKU
NOSHU SEKI JU KANEKATSU SAKU


KANENAMI EI-SHO 1504: KANEHISA School. TOKUIN.
KANENAMI

KANENAMI TEN-MON (f: KANEYASU): MAGORO. TOKUIN.
KANENAMI


KANETOKI TEN-SHO (t: KANETOKI): AKASAKA JU. KANETOKI Group from TEN-MON
through BUN-ROKU 1592 time. KANETOKI moves to various places: ECHIZEN
in TEN-SHO and on to KAMIUCHI in the BUN-ROKU. AKASAKA as well. KANETOKI
is TOKUIN style.
KANETOKI
MINO AKASAKA JU KANETOKI

KANETOKI KEI-CHO: See SHINTO.

Kanehisa - Tokyo National Museum

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