|Pseudonym reading||Date and time|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||April 26, 1983|
|location||Morioka City Ueda Matsuyashiki|
Warpage 0.2 cm.
Width is wide, stack is thick, almost no warp.
We carve an iron pot and scrape it under the district.
The ground is rough and rough, and there are some heat strokes.
The blade is disorganized with each other and the shape is consistent, and the blade is broken loose.
The cutting blade is loosened and the tip is swept.
The stem is raw.
Two nail holes.
The period is from the end of the Muromachi period to the Momoyama period.
Morizune was a Namioka swordsman of Tsugaru, and it was the time when the southern part ruled this region.
Tsuzumi is seen as an abbreviation of Tsugaru-resident.
Namioka's sword craftsmen include Morichi, Morihiro, Moribo and so on, all referring to "mori", and they are working from the end of the Muromachi period to the Edo period.
This sword from Morimune is a work of the era of the transition from the old sword to the new one.
Although there are not many examples, the feature comes out well and is almost complete.
28.4 cm in length.