A fine tantō forged in the Sōshū tradition with Hon'Ami Koson sayagaki.
A masterpiece by the "cursed" smith, active in the early 16th century.
Called kuttom-ushbe in the local language. This one mounted in deer antler mounts.
Despite its size it is of remarkably fine workmanship.
N.B.T.H.K. Hozon with a set of Nanban-style koshirae with signed tsuba.
A luxury Ainu knife styled after the Japanese tantō.
Resembling a makiri but with the blade's edge on the opposite side.
Of a typical style used in Hokkaido in the 19th century.
A slender makiri with a bark wrapped scabbard.
An exceptionally well-carved Ainu knife.
With a blade with a concave edge, in stained deerhorn mounts with fine silver wire inlays.
Signed Yasutsugu, with sayagaki referring to the Tokugawa family.