Hizen sword makers were controlled by Nabeshima daimyo and imported western steel from Holland which is called Nanbantetsu. Takada Swordsmiths in Shinto age engrave the last name "Fujiwara", and so they are called also Fujiwara Takada. An immediate response from many "sword experts" when Bungo works are mentioned is that they are not swords of great quality. The sword it attributed to Takada Tadayuki from the early Edo period. Indeed, at times they were sought out because of their cutting ability and sturdiness. The sword is a tightly forged ko-itame which reminds one of the Hizen hada. The hamon is a thick undulating sugu-ha with a perception of depth when viewed properly. So Hizen jigane was very big different from Takada school. Takada school tried to make cut well sword.
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