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Think i’ve never seen a plum blossom & dragon mixed into 1 horimono before… a bit too ‘busy’ for my taste but it’s a piece of art, that’s for sure The very nice Koshirae of this daisho can be seen here. Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

Think i’ve never seen a plum blossom & dragon mixed into 1 horimono before… a bit too ‘busy’ for my taste but it’s a piece of art, that’s for sure The very nice Koshirae of this daisho can be seen here. Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

Octopus Tentacle Ring Dark Sterling Silver by SilverPhantomJewelry

Octopus Tentacle Ring Dark Sterling Silver by SilverPhantomJewelry

katana [Koyama Bizenno Suke Munetugu]. Edo era, 1853.

katana [Koyama Bizenno Suke Munetugu]. Edo era, 1853.

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Katana [Minamoto no Moriyoshi] mukansa. Syouwa era, 1982.

Katana [Minamoto no Moriyoshi] mukansa. Syouwa era, 1982.

Made in 1775 by Fujita Ohmino-kami fujiwara Tsuguhira (藤田近江守藤原継平)

Made in 1775 by Fujita Ohmino-kami fujiwara Tsuguhira (藤田近江守藤原継平)

Think i’ve never seen a plum blossom & dragon mixed into 1 horimono before… a bit too ‘busy’ for my taste but it’s a piece of art, that’s for sure The very nice Koshirae of this daisho can be seen here. Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

Think i’ve never seen a plum blossom & dragon mixed into 1 horimono before… a bit too ‘busy’ for my taste but it’s a piece of art, that’s for sure The very nice Koshirae of this daisho can be seen here. Samurai Sword Shop Info CenterUSA dave@samurai-sword-shop.com00

A shiinari kabuto (helmet) Late Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century

A shiinari kabuto (helmet) Late Edo period (1615-1868), 19th century

Katana attributed to the Yamato Shizu school, 1300s. Yamata Shizu school blades with the large extended kissaki are from the Nanbokucho period. Shizu Kaneuji when he worked in Yamato, helped to teach a very productive and high quality school. Yamato Shizu blades are very well thought of in their quality with many passing strict Juyo Token shinsa. Unsigned – Juyo Token to Yamato Shizu. Sayagaki by Tanobe Sensei of the NBTHK. Length of cutting edge - 65.41 cm.

Katana attributed to the Yamato Shizu school, 1300s. Yamata Shizu school blades with the large extended kissaki are from the Nanbokucho period. Shizu Kaneuji when he worked in Yamato, helped to teach a very productive and high quality school. Yamato Shizu blades are very well thought of in their quality with many passing strict Juyo Token shinsa. Unsigned – Juyo Token to Yamato Shizu. Sayagaki by Tanobe Sensei of the NBTHK. Length of cutting edge - 65.41 cm.