Exhibition of Japanese swords:
It was said that "the sword is the soul of the samurai".
It is more than a weapon, it is also a symbol of all the values that the samurai upheld.
For someone who sharpens blades, but also teaches fencing, this job is a metaphor for daily training,
where you polish your own soul.
The exhibition will present a collection of several dozen swords and a wide range of other elements of Japanese weapons and armor. Antique and contemporary katanas, wakizashi and tanto, modified by Michał Piotrkowicz, will be exhibited.
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