|Damage vs. small||1d10 +12|
|Damage vs. large||1d12 +12|
|Weapon skill||long sword|
"Kiku-ichimonji" (菊一文字) literally translates to "chrysanthemum and ichi character". It's a collective name given to the Japanese swords made by the thirteen swordsmiths who were in attendance to the emperor Go-Toba in 1208.
The swordsmiths normally inscribed the character "Ichi" (一,one) as their signature. They further received permission to append the Imperial Chrysanthemum crest (菊, kiku).
The artifact weapon is inspired by the Final Fantasy series, in which Kiku-ichimonji is typically one of the more powerful weapons of the Katana class.