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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 Jan 16
Japanese town sets ¥500 million goal to bring renowned Japanese sword back ‘home’
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Paul Martin Jan 16
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Paul Martin Jan 12
Luxury Escapes: via
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Paul Martin Jan 10
Samonji Masterpieces Exhibition at the Japanese Sword Museum from this Saturday the 12th of January with English explanations! Catalogue also has some English. Captions at the Exhibition match the Japanese untranslated explanations in the catalogue.
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Paul Martin Jan 10
Samonji Masterpieces Exhibition at the Japanese Sword Museum from this Saturday the 12th of January with English explanations! Catalogue also has some English. Captions at the Exhibition match the Japanese untranslated explanations in the catalogue.
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Paul Martin Jan 10
Samonji Masterpieces Exhibition at the Japanese Sword Museum from this Saturday the 12th of January with English explanations! Catalogue also has some English. Captions at the Exhibition match the Japanese untranslated explanations in the catalogue.
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Paul Martin Jan 10
We rarely do this on here, but we have a sword on consignment for sale. The price is 820,000 jpy. It is a Tachi by Komiya Kokuten. Miike ju Kokuten Saku kore/Heisei 23 nen (2011), 11 Gatsu Kichi jitsu
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Paul Martin Jan 8
Meiji Modernizers: The Chōshū Five
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Paul Martin Jan 7
Only ten days to go. Don't put it off any longer!
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Paul Martin Jan 7
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Paul Martin Jan 7
Replying to @nickjfrost
Are you in Japan?
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Paul Martin Jan 7
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Paul Martin Jan 3
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Paul Martin Jan 3
特別展「筑前左文字の名刀」- 刀剣博物館 音声ガイド
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Paul Martin Jan 3
'Tatara Watetsu': Japanese Town Revives Traditional Steel Production | JAPAN Forward
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Paul Martin Jan 3
At the Japanese Sword Museum from the 12th of January with English explanations! Catalogue also has some English.
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Paul Martin Jan 2
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Paul Martin Dec 29
This is my last article of 2018. I am eternally grateful to JAPAN-Forward (Sankei group) for giving me my own column. We will endeavor to bring you articles to do with Japanese swords, samurai and Japanese culture throughout 2019. Wishing you all a...
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Paul Martin Dec 28
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