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Izumi no Kami Kanesada (Nosada)

Izumi no Kami Kanesada (Nosada)

Izumi no Kami Kanesada was a swordsmith who represented the Sueseki school along with Magoroku Kanemoto. There were several swordsmiths with the same name, the first, second, and third generations being well-known. In particular, the second-generation Kanesada was given the rare name of Izumi no Kami, which played on the kanji of his name. While Kanemoto forged so-called sanbonsugi (“three cedars”), a kind of gunome-midare (an irregular round style of hamon), Kanesada was skilled at producing gunome-midare as well as gunome-komidare. Kanesada’s katana were incredibly sharp, and ranked among the highest-rating swords in the Edo period. Spoken highly of in such terms as “100 Ryo Kanesada” (ryo being a form of currency), his sword Sasanoyuki, carried by Ikeda Shonyusai Tsuneoki, has been famous since long ago.