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Marcos A. Sala Ivars has a doctorate and a degree in Art History from the Complutense University of Madrid. Honorary Collaborator of the Department of Art History of said university and Secretary of the Asia Research Group, he focuses his research on Japanese weapons and the history of art linked to samurai. His PhD is a pioneering study in Spanish on the world of Japanese s mounts, receiving the qualification "Suma Cum laude". It has around thirty informative entries and a dozen scientific publications. He has given courses and conferences in 9 Spanish universities, 3 South American and 1 in Hungary, and collaborates regularly with the Embassy of Japan and the Japan Foundation. His academic training is complemented by a martial study of ancient Japanese traditions, being a representative for Spain of some of them, as well as a Spanish pioneer in carrying out demonstrations in some Japanese shrines.