SW 0158 - Katana Koto - Omiya Den - Price Euro 9.916,00
Mumei, attributed Omiya; Hada: itame, Hamon: notare; Nagasa: 73,0 cm; Sori: 1,85 cm; Motohaba: 2,95 cm; Sakihaba: 2,00 cm; Motokasane: 7,2 mm; Sakikasane: 5,1 mm; Habaki: copper; Horimono: Bo Hi; Papered NBTHK "Hozon Token"; Black laquered saya; Fuchi Kashira Edo period; Tsuba: Iron Takahori Zogan Mito.
The Omiya school of Bizen province belongs to the Osafune school. It is a commonly accepted view that Kunimori or his son who moved from Omiya in Kyoto in the last Kamakura period was the founder of this school. Almost of all survived swords of this school were limited to Morikage, Morokage and Morishige on and after the Nambokucho period. Generally the temperline of this school is Notare influenced by the Soshu school or O-midare.