|Pseudonym reading||Thank you|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||March 23, 1976|
|location||Morioka City Senbokucho|
At the end of the circle, there is a mokuzuru-mon-dashi gate.
26.3 cm in length.
Warp 2.6 cm.
Flats, three buildings.
Broad overall, slightly warped.
The ground is large flow, the skin is pinched, the blade is deep boiling, and the arrows are mixed.
Small feet and leaves slightly, sweep the blade edge.
The blade at the end of the cut is sharpened, sharpened and deeply bent.
As for the sculpture, 表 迦 倶 in the front and the third 鈷 鈷 in the back.
The stem is raw, the tip is Kuri-jiri.
The inscription is "Heianjo Nagakichi".
Produced in the middle of the Muromachi period, the author is a swordsman in Kyoto, Nagakichi.
The aikoku to be attached is wrapped in a red ground that has a pattern of Japanese-style letters and treasures, and the sheath is a black lacquer on a circle, and a gingkoe painting of the southern house such as a crane and a fourth square. The metal fittings are fished with fish and fish, and they are equipped with Mukotsuru-masu in a circle.
It is full of dignity even while brilliant.