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Let me boast a little bit :)

 

"Nihon No Bi" is an annual exhibition in Moscow devoted first of all to Ikebana and Suibokuga arts.

 

This year it was expanded and included other Japanese arts like kimono, temari, kamono and origami.

There was a showcase with three katana as well.

 

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I had an opportunity to participate with several tsuba, so I had two small showcases.

 

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John

 

The information about the swords I have:
1. Hidemitsu Osafune, Bushu province, 1388 year.
2. Yamashiro-no Daijo Fujiwara Kunitsugu, 1615-1628
3. Tsuguie, Bitchu province, 1185-1332
That is all, I even do not know who is the owner. He is very modest :)

 

About the tsuba I chose for display. Very few people here know what is it, even among the Japanese culture lovers. So I triyed to show maximum diverse items, various schools, variuos technics, and most decorative. I was limited by the fact that I prefer iron with plant motif :) 

 

Here is the full list:

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If interested, here is the link to the photogallery of the exhibition's official photographer, Alexader Dvoriankin: https://realbigant.com/chronicle/sey-ryo-chistota-i-prohlada

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18 hours ago, andreYes said:

John

 

The information about the swords I have:
1. Hidemitsu Osafune, Bushu province, 1388 year.
2. Yamashiro-no Daijo Fujiwara Kunitsugu, 1615-1628
3. Tsuguie, Bitchu province, 1185-1332
That is all, I even do not know who is the owner. He is very modest :)

 

About the tsuba I chose for display. Very few people here know what is it, even among the Japanese culture lovers. So I triyed to show maximum diverse items, various schools, variuos technics, and most decorative. I was limited by the fact that I prefer iron with plant motif :) 

 

Here is the full list:

1.thumb.jpg.bfc3b9da2a485381a4b0bd1d1288d4ae.jpg

 

2.thumb.jpg.9812728c7533ba0b1b88afbbdd30065d.jpg

 

 

 

If interested, here is the link to the photogallery of the exhibition's official photographer, Alexader Dvoriankin: https://realbigant.com/chronicle/sey-ryo-chistota-i-prohlada

Nice photographs.

 

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