Full view of the iaito with the saya
Full view of the Kissaki tip
Full view of the Kissaki tip 2
Close-up of the Tsuka
Close-up of the Tsuba area
Close-up of the Menuki
Close-up of the Kashira
Close-up of the saya
A size chart showing the blade length and related information.
A size chart displaying what tsuka length matches respective blade lengths for iaito.
Full view of the iaito with the saya
Full view of the Kissaki tip
Full view of the Kissaki tip 2
Close-up of the Tsuka
Close-up of the Tsuba area
Close-up of the Menuki
Close-up of the Kashira
Close-up of the saya
A size chart showing the blade length and related information.
A size chart displaying what tsuka length matches respective blade lengths for iaito.

Minamoto Kiyomaro Unokubi Habahiro Koshirae

$1,135.78

Minamoto Kiyomaro is one of the three renown swordsmith in the late Edo Shogunate era and because of his dramatic ups and downs life, many collectors are fond of owning Kiyomaro's work even today. There is still a rumor that his addiction to alcohol drove him to commit suicide at the age of 42. This Super Heavy Unokubi Koshirae features the heavy blade that is made of extra hardened brass alloy with unorthodox Unokubi Kissaki. Because no grooves are features on this sword, you would feel the real heaviness of late Edo Shogunate style sword, called Bakumatsu-to, If you would like to exprience what kind of sword the warriors a hundred fifty years ago in Japan, this Unokubi Koshirae can give you such the idea. Wakizashi version is also available. Features A sand-casted, reinforced brass alloy blade with reproduction of Kiyomaro's Hamon Extra big Unokubi Kissaki Koshi-Hi Half Groove Approximately 1,200 gram without the Saya 2.45 Shaku only Black cottonTsuka Hinerimaki wrapping over stingray skin Silver-plated brass Fuchi/Kashira with Namichidori(plovers over seawaves) theme Silver-plated brass Menuki with coiled dragons Blackened iron Tsuba with Awabi design originally designed by Nobuiye Handmade in Japan