“In 1988, when I sold my magazine, I knew nothing about creating a museum. So, I went back to school to learn. I did not want to be one of those guys who because he’s done the martial arts for over 20, 30 years, decides he’s going to be a museum curator. I’ve seen this a lot. Just because you know martial arts history doesn’t mean you know how to create, run and manage a museum.” Matsuda relates it to walking into a karate school on your first day and trying on a black belt. “Establishing a museum is a very creative business. It involves a ton of design work,
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