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101
Homma
Dr. Junji, Kunzan Sensai
JN18,1,3/23,6,12, TB49,33
102
Honami
Kakihan of the different generations.
ST2,665-7, JN20,2,21
103
Hori
Carving techniques on fittings
JN29,4,32, A3,151&156
104
Horii Family Museum

JN36,5,12
105
Horimono
Carvings on the sword
JN9,4,3/33,1,19/46,6,20, FT5,6
106
Hosokawa family

JN41,3,6
107
Hotline
Stolen sword hotline of F.B.I.  (800) 435-5119 ext 700
JN12,3,23
108
How Many Swords Are There?
A compilation of guesses.
JN26,2,6/28,6,31
109
Iaido
The martial art of the sword
JN39,5,7, FT13,4
110
Identification contests

TB1,28
111
Inaka smiths
Smiths outside of the 5 den.
JB21,43
112
Indo-Persian Swords and Wootz Steel
Comparrison to Nihonto
JN40,5,13/43,5,6
113
Insurance

JN14,6,15/27,5,5/34,6,5
114
Internet
E-mail discussions of swords
JN26,3,29/28,2,6
115
Internetional Trade and the Japanese Sword

JN43,5,6/46,2,18
116
Iron
Understanding quality of iron tsuba
JN46,6,28
117
Japanese Mission to US
First diplomatic mission
JN23,1,3/2,28
118
Jigane
Base metals of fittings
A2,81
119
Jigen (no) Koshirae

JN34,5,15
120
Jokoto
Ancient straight swords
JN26,3,16/33,1,7
121
JSS/US
History of
JN39,1,5
122
Judging quality in Japanese swords

JN44,2,6
123
Junishi
12 Zodiac Animals
JN40,5,21
124
Kabuto
Japanese helmet
JN23,1,24/26,5,26/48,3,17
125
Kamakura
A history of the period
JN23,5,18
126
Kantei
Study, appraisal, and attribution.
JN22,6,2/28,3,28/5,2/40,4,20/6,19/41,1,32/42,1,19/2,14/3,13/5,6/43,5,24/48,2,6/3,6/4,34/5,31/49,1,24/4,6&23/5,14&22/50,1,15
127
Katsu Kaishu
& history of Meiji Ishin
FT14,8
128
Keen, Neil
on his passing
JN46,1,7
129
Keen, Neil
Obituary
JN46,2,33
130
Keicho
History of the era, 1596-1615.
JN16,2,9
131
Ken
Significance when carved on a sword
JN46,6,20
132
Kinko
soft metal kodogu
JN39,6,6
133
Kinsuji, Inazuma, Chikei

JN39,4,12
134
Kissaki
The point of the sword
JN27,3,2, see also Boshi
135
Kitsune
The fox
JN39,2,25
136
Kiya Oshigata

JN23,6,15
137
Kiyou Toujin Tsuba
Chinese artists in Japan
JN50,1,6&22
138
Kizu
Defects in swords
JN18,5,25/19,6,19/20,1,19/22,6,16/25,4,10/44,5,12, see also Tsukuroi
139
Knots
for gathering the sageo.
JN16,1,24/4,18/31,3,38
140
Kogatana

JN48,5,9
141
Kokubo's 10 Rules of Tsuba Collecting

JN45,3,16
142
Kokusai Tosogu Kai
Kodogu study group
JN44,4,6
143
Korean Daggers
Unjangdo
JN25,3,27
144
Koshirae
Uchigatana
TB26,47/42,22, JN16,3,21/4,11&23/17,1,25/2,17/3,17/29,1,27/31,4,34/34,5,6/39,5,7/44,5,17
145
Koto/Shinto
Differences between.
JN33,6,17, TB7,24/11,31
146
Kozuka & Kogai
How made.
A3,168, JN29,5,9/48,6,1
147
Kuni & Kaido
Provinces & routes.
N4,104, TB12,30
148
Kunihara Kawachi
An interview
JN33,6,16
149
Kusanagi Sword

JN45,3,23
150
Lacquer
Saya-nuri
JB21,19, JN15,5,11/23,3,13/33,6,9
151
Langouste
Spiny lobster motif on fittings
JN25,1,13
152
Last Samurai
Saigo Takamori
JN36,3,27
153
Library
of the JSS/US
JN23,4,48, see also Video Library
154
Looking at a Sword

JN35,5,6
155
Looking at Japanese Swords
How to look; what to see
JN36,4,21
156
Lotus
as used on Japanese art
JN45,3,8
157
Manjiro
John
FT7,11/10,13
158
Manno Museum
Sale at Christie's
JN33,5,31
159
Manual
for appreciating the sword
JN32,1,10
160
Martin, Paul

JN45,5,20
161
Masamune exhibit at Sano Museum

JN34,2,5
162
Mei

JN24,5,24/25,2,3/27,1,31/37,5,26/6,22/39,4,8, see also Name, Gimei
163
Mei
of Kamakura
TB31,28
164
Mei
of Nambokucho
TB32,27
165
Mei
of Muromachi
TB33,21/34,27
166
Mei
Where placed.
JN39,4,8, TB15,29
167
Mei
as poetry
TB8,37/9,43
168
Mei
How to read a signature
JN43,2,6
169
Meibutsu
Prices realized for masterpieces.
TB35,29/36,40/37,31
170
Meiji
Swordsmiths
FT10,5
171
Mekugi
more than you ever wanted to know.
JN33,5,17/40,4,6, TB17,38/20,40/21,40/22,30/24,43/26,42
172
Mekugi Ana
The hole in the nakago.
JN27,5,2/39,4,8
173
Menuki

JN22,4,17/48,3,12
174
Metallurgy

FT25,5, AS2,109, JN18,6,24/22,5,19/24,2,3/6,29/29,6,26/39,4,12/40,4,7/5,13/46,4,12, TB16,32/30,40/31,44, see also Forging, Tatara, Tamahagane, Hada
175
Metalworking
in Japan.  Kodogu making in 1989.
JN21,2,3
176
Mete Zashi
Horse hand tanto
JN39,4,34
177
Metropolitan Museum
Swords and fittings in the collection.
JN18,6,17
178
Michael Hagenbusch
on his passing
JN48,1,42
179
Midareba

JN47,5,1
180
Mikasa
Japanese battleship
JN40,1,6
181
Mimi
Tsuba rims
A3,142, JN29,3,21
182
Minatogawa Jinga
Wartime sword production at the shrine
JN33,2,7/35,1,10
183
Mino-To Taikan
An overview of the book
JN46,2,6
184
Mitsumura Collection
Nezu Museum
JN49,6,20
185
Miyamoto Musashi
Japanese swordsman.
JN20,6,5/25,3,3/40,1,31
186
Mon
family crest
JN39,6,9
187
Mongolian Invasion
History of and effect on Nihon-to
JN27,4,23, TB8,32
188
Mori Motonari
Art in Japanese Legend
JN47,4,6
189
Mosle Collection
and a Kaneiye tsuba
JN44,4,21
190
Muneharu Shimizu
loyal suicide of
JN23,3,25
191
Murata To
Oil-tempered gunto.
JN21,1,19/26,2,7/31,2,3
192
Musashi
Miyamoto, swordsman
see Miyamoto Musashi
193
Musashino
Pampas Grass on the Musashi Plain
JN47,2,22
194
Museums
Sword collections
JB19,1, JN13,4,19/14,6,18/16,3,15/17,4,28/23,6,19/24,1,28/2,32/3,9/5,7/25,2,20/ 28,3,9/29,5,29/30,3,2&7/34,1,5&17/2,4/6,9/35,6,31/37,1,21/5,10, FT8,9/16,8/30,20, A1,30, TB24,41/25,37
195
Mystery Sword

JN41,2,26
196
Nagasa

JN16,1,8
197
Naginata
Changes in form.
TB10,30, see also Polearms
198
Nakago

FT1,23, JN22,2,15/4,3/6,4/33,1,18/41,3,32, TB26,24/27,26
199
Nakago jiri

TB27,26
200
Nakajima Monogatari
Story of a sword polisher.
FT20,5/21,2/22,29
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