Mutsu No Kami Tameyasu Katana with NBTHK Hozon Certificate

Mutsu No Kami Tameyasu Katana with NBTHK Hozon Certificate mounted in Satsuma Koshirae

Nagasa 70.3cm

TAMEYASU (為康), 1st gen., Kan ́ei (寛永, 1624-1644), Ōmi/Kii – “Kishū-jū Tosa Shōgen Tachibana Tameyasu” (紀州住土佐将監橘為康), “Tosa Shōgen Tameyasu” (土佐将監橘為康), real name Tomita Shōgen (富田将監), he came originally from Ishidō (石塔) in Ōmi province, he was the father of Bitchū no Kami Yasuhiro (備中守康広), later he moved to Kii and is considered as one of the ancestors of the Kishū-Ishidō school, flamboyant chōji-midare in the style of the Ichimonji school, wazamono, chūjō-saku

TAMEYASU (為康), 2nd gen., Kanbun (寛文, 1661-1673), Kii/Settsu – “Mutsu no Kami Tachibana Tameyasu” (陸奥守橘為康), “Mutsu no Kami Tameyasu” (陸奥守為康), real name Tomita Rokurō ́emon (富田六郎右衛門), oldest son of the 1st gen. Tameyasu, older brother of Bitchū no Kami Yasuhiro (備中守康広), he moved later to Ōsaka and worked in the style of his father, flamboyant ōbusa-chōji, gunome, but the bōshi is mostly sugu, wazamono, chūjō-saku