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刀:拵え入り(保存刀剣)(委託品)
銘:山本武藏守藤原兼仲 於越前

新刀:業物:中上作:越前
研磨済み
登録証番号:東京46669
交付年月日:昭和27年8月23日
刃長:2尺2寸9分(69.39センチ)
反り:5分(1.5センチ)
目釘穴:1個
元幅:3.06センチ
先幅:2.27センチ
重ね:0.6センチ
時代:江戸時代天和の頃
重量:655グラム
体配:身幅、重ね尋常な反りやや深く切先、延びごころ。
地鉄:小板目肌詰んで地錵が付き綺麗な地金となる。
刃紋:錵出来波を思わせるのたれ互の目乱れ

特徴:山本武藏守藤原兼仲は越前に居住し後に江戸に出て活躍する
山本と銘を入れるのは大変珍しく貴重であります。
作風は尖り互の目乱れが多いが本作の如くのたれた継広や
康継を思わせる作品も見かける。 本作はその典型作であります。

拵:
鍔:尾張透かし鍔: 磨いてしまっている為一旦錆びを落として錆び付けをすると
かなり見応えのする鍔になるでしょう。
鍔:縁:素銅地に龍を彫る 頭:角
鞘:黒塗り鞘
目貫:桐紋を高彫りし金の色絵をほどこす。(金無垢の可能性が強い)

時代背景:1683年八百屋お七事件、恋人に会いたいが為放火事件を起こし火炙りとなった事件。

保存刀剣鑑定書

葵美術評価鑑定:全身押し形

Katana in Koshirae.(NBTHK Hozon Token)(consignment sale)
Signature : Yamamoto Musashi Kami Fujiwara Kanenaka Oite Echizen

The blade is polished 
Blade length :  69.39cm or 27.31 inches. 
Sori :  1.5cm or 0.59 inches. 
Mekugi : 1
Width at the hamachi : 1.5 cm or 0.59 inches. 
Width at the Kissaki :  2.27cm or 0.89 inches.
Kasane :  0.6cm or 0.23 inches.
Era : Edo Period Circa Tenwa 
Weight of the blade: 655g
Shape : It is ordinary sori and thickness. Kissaki is long end. 
Jitetsu :Koitame hada well grained with jinie attached. It is clear and 
beautiful jigane. 
Hamon : NIe base notareba that is almost like a flow of wave. 
             
Special Feature : Yamamoto Musashi kami Fujiwara Kanenaka has lived in Echizen and has moved to Edo. 
It is quite rare to see signature with Yamamoto written. Kanenaka made many swords.

Koshirae : Owari tsuba in openwork. It is polished 
so it would be worth observing if the rust is removed and add new rust.
Tsuba :Copper base tsuba with dragon engraved. Kashira: Tsuno
Menuki : Paulownia is engraved and inlayed with gold. 

Historical background: Year 1683 Greengrocer's Oshichi incident. Oshichi, 
a daughter of greengrocer family, was one of the victim of the Conflagration of Tenna. 
She and her family has to take refuge to Shousenin Temple. 
There, she fell in love with a man called Ikuta Shounosuke. 
After the house was rebuild, Oshichi moved back to her house with her family. 
However, she could not give up on her feelings for Shounosuke. 
She set a fire on her own house for the hope to meeting Shounosuke again. 
The fire was soon put out, but Oshichi was burned to death as the convict of setting the fire. This story is used in kabuki play.

NBTHK Hozon Paper

Aoi Art estimation paper : whole Oshigata.