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Paul Martin
Dedicated to the promotion and preservation of traditional Japanese swords, swordsmiths, and related crafts.
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A quick preview of my recent trip to Okinoshima in Shimane prefecture visiting, Oki Jinja (Shrine), The Emperor Gotoba Museum, and the site of the Emperor Gotoba's grave.
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Paul Martin Mar 17
Beautifully shot video of the NBTHK Tatara in Shimane prefecture.
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Paul Martin Mar 14
Much information on Tatara and a rare interview with Tanabe Choemon!
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Paul Martin Mar 12
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Paul Martin Mar 11
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鉄芸 Mar 10
徳川家康殿が刀剣鑑賞会及び大太刀撮影会に降臨されました 大人気の家康殿にお褒めの言葉を頂きました 島田市博物館
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Paul Martin Mar 9
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Paul Martin Mar 9
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Paul Martin Mar 7
My talk at Oki shrine made the papers.
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Paul Martin Mar 7
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Paul Martin Mar 6
I don't use the word 'Honored' lightly. Today I don't have the words to express how thankful and honored I feel. In what seems still unreal to me, I gave a talk to a group of people of all ages in the grounds...
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Paul Martin Mar 6
Another article of mine for Japan Travel, out today.
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Paul Martin Mar 4
My latest article for JAPAN-Forward (Sankei Shimbun). Nihonmatsu is less than two hours from Tokyo and an undiscovered treasure as far scenic beauty as tourism. There is much samurai history embedded there and the surrounding areas.
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Paul Martin Mar 3
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Paul Martin Mar 2
WWII Vet Returns Sword To Japanese Family
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Paul Martin Feb 27
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Paul Martin Feb 27
Great News!!! The Nihonto Bunka Shinko Kyokai (NBSK) is now accepting payments via PayPal. This includes competition entry fees (both craftsmen and oshigata comps) and general membership fees.
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Paul Martin Feb 27
Great News!!! The Nihonto Bunka Shinko Kyokai (NBSK) is now accepting payments via PayPal. This includes competition entry fees (both craftsmen and oshigata comps) and general membership fees.
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Paul Martin Feb 27
Great News!!! The Nihonto Bunka Shinko Kyokai (NBSK) is now accepting payments via PayPal. This includes competition entry fees (both craftsmen and oshigata comps) and general membership fees.
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Paul Martin Feb 24
122-year-old video of downtown Tokyo shows how much Japan’s capital has changed
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