SEKI family is very famous and traditional sword smiter in Japan.
Especially SEKI MAGOROKU, Kanemoto and Shizu Saburo Kaneuji who are too famous to mention
and had more than 300 sword smiters when sword smithing flourished.
SEKI MAGOROKU made many worshipped swords, KATANA and
Swords of SEKI were cherished by Samurai commanders as superb swords boasting of
such excellent practicability as not to be broken nor bent and cut well to add to their high artistic quality.
Big territorial loads (DAIMYO), TAKEDA, TOYOTOMI or MAEDA in 16th century had of course SEKI Swords.
His workmanship is a legend and people said that the KATANA made by SEKI MAGOROKU has an own soul.
The origin of SEKI smithing dates back about 700 years ago in KAMAKURA ara.
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