Authentic Japanese Sword | SIGNED YAMATONOKAMI YASUSADA

Authentic Japanese Sword

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Description

SIGNED 【大和守安定 YAMATONOKAMI YASUSADA】EDO PERIOD
CERTIFICATE : NBTHK 甲種特別貴重刀剣 KOUSHU Tokubetsu    
SWORDSMITH : YAMATONOKAMI YASUSADA
LOCATION : 武蔵 MUSASHI [ TOKYO ]

This is a shinogi-zukuri with iorimune. YAMATONOKAMI YASUSADA is
famous in “OOWAZAMONO”(大業物)swordsmith. ”OOWAZAMONO” means
a top class of sharpness sword. So his blade often had been inlaid with gold such as “山野勘右衛門永久”(yamano kan uemon eikyuu).
It means Professional Yamano tried out a YASUSADA blade.

The Koshirae comprises of shakudou and its design is NANAKOUCHI
with carving copper Lobster that represent good fortune and lead to a
long and fruitful life. The MENUKI are also gold foil LOBSTER.
The scabbard is black colored with stone surface. Tsuba is made out
Of iron and its design is open work umbrella.

 SIZE

Length 71.0cm
Curvature 0.9cm
Hamon Large waves of semi-circles with crustals
Jihada Rolling and closed grains with crystals
Boshi Undulating and Komaru

 

Delivery

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Shipping Method Express Mail Service (EMS) via the Japan Post Service
Delivery tracking
https://www.post.japanpost.jp/int/ems/index_en.html

 

How to buy Authentic Japanese Swords
All the authentic Japanese swords are considered cultural assets and registered with Agency for Cultural Affairs.
For us to export a sword, Samurai Gift Shop must apply for the Agency to obtain an export inspection certificate and return its registration certificate to the Agency. As soon as these processes are completed, we will be able to ship your purchased sword to your shipping address. It takes about one month or two to finish these procedures.

*We may reject your order of a sword(whether edged or not) when we already have the knowledge that the country where you live does not allow you to import real Japanese swords.

*Please Read This before purchasing an authentic Japanese Sword

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