Large Mino Kanemoto wakizashi with a wide mihaba. Itame-hada with flowing areas, typical of Sue-Mino. Hamon is likewise representative of the Sue-Mino group. Togari-gonome hamon, with low-lying areas between the gonome which right right along the ha. It most areas this remains visible as a 1mm wisp of nioi, however I believe that the sword has some areas of kakedasu hamon (spots which run off the edge), and want to describe it as having that feature. Nagasa is 1 shaku 2 shaku 4 bu (37.6cm). In perfect polish, with niji copper habaki and shirayasa with horn tsunoguchi. Overall, this is a very nice and representative example of late Muromachi Kanemoto.