Samurai sword art to be presented in Vietnamese province of Quang Ninh | Culture-Sport

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Quang Ninh, Vietnam (VNA)- An exhibition of the art of samurai sword of Japan will be open this April in the city of Ha Long, in the North Vietnamese province of Quang Ninh.

According to a recently signed agreement between the fine art auction house CHỌN de l’art and the company Sun Groupan ancient Japanese village like in the Bizen Osafune area in the EDO period (1603-1863) will be built on Sun Hill on the grounds of the Sun World Ha Long complex.

Bizen Osafune is located in eastern Japan’s Okayama Prefecture. It has been the largest sword-making center in the Land of the Rising Sun for thousands of years and also where the best blacksmiths gather.

In the Japanese village of Sun Hill, leading craftsmen and experts will go through a process to produce the legendary swords known throughout the world.

In the space there will be exhibition rooms; an area for visitors to learn and experience how to wear samurai armor and practice swords; a zone for producing Japanese fine art products; and a space for lighting art shows.

Once in the village, visitors will be taken back in time to understand the power of Japanese warlords, enjoy weapon-making techniques, and meet beautiful Japanese women in traditional kimonos and majestic samurai warriors that could only be seen in movies.

The Japanese style of Sun Hill in Sun World Ha Long it is the main reason CHỌN de l’art chose him to implement the project, said Tran Long, an architect and researcher of ancient arts and culture.

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The project is located in Mystic Castle, an architectural construction that simulates an ancient Japanese-style castle, and is surrounded by a zen garden where visitors can admire the most beautiful views of the heritage city of Ha Long, he noted.

The space is expected to be open to the public from April 30./.


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