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Shinshinto, cleary by sugata etc . Bizen ?  There is one  fine  point in the  kitae to see the Yokoyama. The  swirl  like  Yokoyama  kitae, an whirlpool mixture  of  moku and itame. in ko-hada format. Bo utsuri in  Yokoyama, not so unusual. Seen  on  Sukekane and so on. Suguha dito.

The double machi miracle, are  Youre  joking ? That is not original, that is  machiokuri in gruseome style.

Please  keep in mind. Every nakago has an minimal nakago funbari. If this is gone, than something is wrong.

To  jugdge  the quality of this  piece higher than  Rai Kunitoshi, well; some say  chemical  pear  aroma  is better than the original pear.

By the way, Yokoyama  Kitae  is not  Yamashiro hada, An nie utsuri in bo formation is not the same  as an bo utsuri in  normal form. The  ko  nie-deki of Yokoyama  ist not  to compare with the elegant nie of Rai. 

The great  differance  in quality  is the balance between the elements.

In these terms, there are worlds  between Kunitoshi and Nanabo Yokoyama.

 

Sorry  for the , probably  harsh words, but sometimes study together is  an hard time, isn it ?:)

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5 hours ago, Stefan said:

Shinshinto, cleary by sugata etc . Bizen ?  There is one  fine  point in the  kitae to see the Yokoyama. The  swirl  like  Yokoyama  kitae, an whirlpool mixture  of  moku and itame. in ko-hada format. Bo utsuri in  Yokoyama, not so unusual. Seen  on  Sukekane and so on. Suguha dito.

The double machi miracle, are  Youre  joking ? That is not original, that is  machiokuri in gruseome style.

Please  keep in mind. Every nakago has an minimal nakago funbari. If this is gone, than something is wrong.

To  jugdge  the quality of this  piece higher than  Rai Kunitoshi, well; some say  chemical  pear  aroma  is better than the original pear.

By the way, Yokoyama  Kitae  is not  Yamashiro hada, An nie utsuri in bo formation is not the same  as an bo utsuri in  normal form. The  ko  nie-deki of Yokoyama  ist not  to compare with the elegant nie of Rai. 

The great  differance  in quality  is the balance between the elements.

In these terms, there are worlds  between Kunitoshi and Nanabo Yokoyama.

 

Sorry  for the , probably  harsh words, but sometimes study together is  an hard time, isn it ?:)

Ah, Stefan, the wonderful miracle of hindsight.....

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