|Pseudonym reading||General Information|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||April 4, 1978|
|location||Kamaishi City Hamacho|
|home page||Kamaishi City (tour of historical cultural heritage)|
68.3 cm in length.
Warpage 2.0 cm.
The structure is slightly thin, with a small cutting edge and warping usually seen.
The forging of the ground is board grain, and it has a thick skin.
The blade statement is a large-scale disorder of a wide range of baking width, it is rough boiling.
The blade of the cutting tip is a small circle with a squiggly stick, and it is a turning.
The stems are fresh and bear the inscription of "Mr. Shinto".
Produced in the middle of the Edo period, it is a representative work of the 2nd generation Shinto family Yoshikuni.