The Japanese Sword Museum was opened to conserve the Japanese swords, and to support the preservation and the development of sword forging and polishing techniques.
Kikukawa’s Silky Blast finish was chosen for its texture that realizes the concept, Japanese Sword.
|Exterior Panel, Entrance||Stainless Steel||Silky Blast|
|Staircase Wall Panel||Stainless Steel||Silky Blast|
|Staircase Balustrade||Stainless Steel||Silky Blast|
|Project||The Japanese Sword Museum|
|Abbreviated Name||The Japanese Sword Museum|
|Client||The Society for Preservation of Japanese Art Swords|
|Architect||Maki and Associates|