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Paul Martin
Dedicated to the promotion and preservation of traditional Japanese swords, swordsmiths, and related crafts.
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Paul Martin Nov 11
日本語は英語の下にあります。 Event Notice Japan Heritage 'Tatara Journey' Tourist Information Seminar in Tokyo 1. Date: 19th of December, 2018 (Wed) 15:00~18:30 (Free Entry) 2. Venue. Referance Shin Yurakucho Building,...
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Paul Martin Nov 8
A new translation of the Book of Five Rings by Alexander Bennett, 7th Dan Kendo and Professor at Kansai University. Available for pre-order on various Amazons.
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Paul Martin Nov 8
The international page is still not up and running yet due to technical problems. 山鳥毛里帰りプロジェクトを応援してください。山鳥毛は国宝の中の国宝です。日本の誇り最高級な日本刀の一振りが長船刀剣博物館にあげて、世界に紹介しましょう。
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Paul Martin Nov 8
Watchable on NHK apps and from the home page.
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Samurai Archives Nov 6
Samurai Archives Podcast Episode 147 The Shimazu Clan, Ryukyu, and the Bakufu (Part 1) This episode we look at the relations between Ryukyu (Okinawa), the Shimazu clan of Satsuma province, and the Bakufu, and Okinawa's eventual invasion in 1609
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日本刀彫物師 宗風 Nov 6
久しぶりにキツい彫りです。 刀身彫刻のほうがよほど楽だわ。
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Paul Martin Nov 6
歴史秘話ヒストリア - NHK
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Paul Martin Nov 6
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Paul Martin Nov 6
甦る 秘剣!兜割り
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Paul Martin Nov 6
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Paul Martin Nov 6
The Japanese Sword touches on many other areas of Japanese culture. So it is important to study many different aspects of Japan, including festivals, traditions and customs.
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Paul Martin Nov 5
The Yamatorige/Sanchomo International crowd funding page is a little late opening. Please watch here for further updates. This is your chance to obtain some wonderful gifts and...
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Paul Martin Nov 5
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Paul Martin Nov 2
Today I was at Matsumoto castle in Nagano prefecture. Highly recommended town to visit. The Nakamachi part of town is also lovely. Close to the castle is also a store where you can take part in ‘Tate’...
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Paul Martin Nov 1
My article about my visit to the Soma Nomaoi (Samurai) festival
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Paul Martin Oct 30
National Geographic Explorer documentary. According to the current schedule (subject to change), the November 26 episode (US time) will have a five minute segment on Japanese swords.
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Paul Martin Oct 30
Forgive Don’t Forget, Award Winning Documentary now on Amazon prime!
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Paul Martin Oct 30
Forgive Don’t Forget, now on Hulu!
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Paul Martin Oct 29
謙信の愛刀・国宝「山鳥毛」備前長船へ里帰りなるか?瀬戸内市のクラウドファンディングが11月より受付開始
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