Unokubi-zukuri, iori mune, mu zori, gunome midare hamon, itame hada blade
Lacquered wooden Koshira e in byakudan imitating the cherry tree bark. The fuchi kashira, the menuki and the kozuka, matching the sword fittings, are in gilded and chiseled cooper representing a dragon of the air and a dragon of the water. The iron tsuba is ornated with a diamond shaped mon cut into four parts (principal mon of the Hamuro and of the Shimizudani, secondary mon of the Yanagisawa).
Signed by Myō ichi Nyudo Kanemitsu.
End of the Edo eoch