The Museum of Japanese Sword Fittings, ed., Kaikan san-shunen kinen tokubetsu ten, meimon kinko Goto-ke no ishizue (Exhibition commemorating the third anniversary of the museum's opening, important works from famous metalworkers of the Goto family), exh. cat. (Tokyo: Museum of Japanese Sword Fittings, 1997), no. 21, p. 14
This blade is believed to be the work of Yoshimitsu II, known as Yuemon no jo, although there exist early works of the third generation dating from the 5th year of Kansho. The first generation is said to have been the brother of Morimitsu and to have belonged to the school of Kanemitsu.