It is difficult to ID these coins because it often comes down to minor changes in calligraphy.
I have edited your picture to show some details that are not consistently the same on all coins, so may lead to a definitive ID. The most important is the bottom 'feet' of the 9 o'clock character. They are both hooked rather than straight lines.
If I'm reading my book right, there are only four possibilities.
Catalog #4.165 and 4.166 are listed as: Kameido
, Edo, Musashi province 1737-1739.
Catalog #4.167 and 4.168 are listed as: Kawajiri-mura, Akita
, Dewa Province, 1738-1750.
All of them are listed with a rarity of 'very common'.
I think 4.167 is the best fit, but I am a novice so take that with a lump of salt. I would love for a more experienced collector to chime in.
The book and catalog #s are from David Hartill's Early Japanese Coins.