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Japanese Sword Events featuring Fusataro, a Kanefusa family style Japanese master sword smith We will be creating a variety of Japanese sword events and opportunities for the North American public to interact with Fusataro, a 25th generation Kanefusa sword smith from Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Fusataro, will be coming to the United States and Canada for the months of September, October and November of 2013 for a variety of events ranging from presentations, courses and demonstrations. Please take a look at our Events Calendar for full detail, location and registration. http://tamahagane.com/events/ If you would like to invite Fusataro to an event of your own or schedule an interview, please contact us to discuss. firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about Fusataro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Uq7kRNUp_U&feature=share&list=UU3zYFlUJJLz1L3N35Jq4xMQ
I am teaching a class on forging and hilting of Seaxs June 29-30th Every Viking warrior had one. the Saxons are named for them. The Sax or Seax is a knife designed for utility, carried all over Europe for century's, the varying forms used for every task imaginable , carried by Frankish farmers and Viking warriors alike, Seax's out lasted any other knife design. In this fun two day class students will learn about the varying sizes and shapes of the seax from the small broken back seax's of the British isles to the large sword hilted Scramaseax or Langseaxs of the viking warrior. Students can expect to forge grind, heat treat and polish a seax blade from 1084 high carbon steel and then make a wooden grip with copper accents to finish the seax. - Adult Workshop Jun 29-30, 2013 Meets 10:00 AM-4:00 PM on Sun Sat Instructor: Parkinson, Matt Medium: Blacksmithing Level: open to all levels Tuition: $170.00 Member Tuition: $153.00 Additional Fees: $15.00 http://www.guilfordartcenter.org/school.html