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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 Jul 11
Replying to @RobGossWriter
Annnd, it’s contagious!
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Paul Martin Jul 7
Replying to @RobGossWriter
Just in time for the match!
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Paul Martin Jul 7
One of Japan’s hidden treasures. Dairinji in Nihonmatsu, in Tohoku. As well as being the resting place of the teenage warriors of the Shonentai, it is a lovely graceful, peaceful spot with surprises for those who...
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Paul Martin Jul 7
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Paul Martin Jul 7
150 years since the Boshin war. The Nihonmatsu Shonentai, The Aizu Byakkotai and the women of the Saigō family are remembered.
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Paul Martin Jun 27
Announcement! The 2018 NBSK Craftmen's Experience Workshop will take place at the Sakaki-Machi Community center next to the Sakaki-Machi Museum of Tetsu in Sakaki-machi, Nagano between the Friday 24th and Sunday 26th of August. It is...
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JAPAN Forward Jun 26
Look at them go ! 🐥 Full story:
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Paul Martin Jun 26
Visit Japan, visit Shimane.
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Paul Martin Jun 26
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Paul Martin Jun 25
This could possibly be the coolest museum in the world: the Samurai Museum in Tokyo
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Paul Martin Jun 25
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Paul Martin Jun 18
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Paul Martin Jun 17
Replying to @AndArmoury
Can you contact me through my contact page at my site please?
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Paul Martin Jun 15
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Paul Martin Jun 15
「エヴァンゲリオン」イメージした刀展 金沢 | NHKニュース
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Paul Martin Jun 15
Thank you guys! Awesome job!
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Circa Jun 15
What's your favorite type of museum? History? Art? Science? Nah, Samurai. By &
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Paul Martin Jun 15
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Paul Martin Jun 15
Big thanks to our friends at the Circa. Book your talf at the Samurai Museum today!
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