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Kiku-ichimonji is the collective name for Japanese swords made by thirteen swordsmiths in the thirteenth century, all of which are inscribed with the Imperial chrysanthemum crest on their tang. "菊" (Kiku) means "chrysanthemum" in Japanese.
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