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The Sword Scroll

Author : Yamamoto Kansuke
ISBN : 1530697824
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Yamamoto Kansuke was a 16th Century general under Takeda Shingen in the Warring States Period of Japan. This is a collection of four versions of a document attributed to him. Each of the four versions describe sword, spear and military tactics that are fully illustrated by different Edo Era artists. The text adds explanations on the underlying feeling fighting in each illustration. Long thought to be a fictional character, historical letters mentioning Yamamoto Kansuke and establishing him as a authentic historical figure are reproduced and translated. There are additional chapters highlighting techniques in Kansuke's book that also appears in the Chinese Bubishi military manual. Finally, some of the unusual weapons within the Bubishi are explained.

Shinkage Ryu Sword Techniques

Author : Tadashige Watanabe
ISBN : 0870408879
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Sword Techniques Of Musashi And The Other Samurai Masters

Author : Fumon Tanaka
ISBN : 156836475X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"Originally published in Japanese as Zusetsu Miyamoto Musashi to Kengotachi no Kenpo by Kodansha, Tokyo, 2011."

Musings Of A Budo Bum

Author : Peter Boylan
ISBN : 9781483598697
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"The techniques are really a vessel for carrying all the things that are budo..." Most books about martial arts (budo) focus on techniques, although some tell the history, and a few wax philosophical. It is rare indeed to discover a book that so fluently combines all this within the broader context of culture and lifestyle, and does so in such a humble, engaging, and accessible way. "Budo Bum Anthology" is a book that answers not so much "how" or "what" as it does "why?" Why call budo teachers "sensei"? Why do we bow? Why kata? Why keep training? Peter Boylan, aka the Budo Bum, has achieved high rank in several martial arts — judo, iaido, jodo, and more—spending decades immersed within budo, straddling the worlds and cultures of Japan and America, and translating between them. In these essays, the reader is invited to walk alongside a quiet man who thinks deeply about the worlds in which budo was created and is practiced, and who brings the meaning of "all the things that are budo" into our daily lives. CONTENTS Introduction Getting Started Do you have to study in Japan to understand budo? Etiquette: Form and sincerity in budo Sensei, Kyoshi, Hanshi, and Shihan: budo titles and how (not) to use them Different ranks in martial arts? Zanshin Budo Do versus Jutsu (道対術) What kata isn’t Trust in the dojo Training Training, motivation, and counting training time in decades instead of years The most effective martial art The dojo as the world: learning to deal with violence and power Budo and responsibility Investing in failure The spirit of learning Training hard and training well are not the same thing When it comes to training, fast is slow and slow is fast Getting out of the comfort zone There are no advanced techniques Essentials The most essential principles in budo: Structure The most essential principles in budo: Spacing The most essential principles in budo: Timing Philosophy The only things I teach are how to walk and how to breathe Budo expectations and realities: understanding the limits of what we study Will budo training make me a better person? Budo as a “professional skill” and professionalism in budo Budo training and budo philosophy How to adapt an art form to fit you Is kata too rigid and mechanical?

Tengu

Author : Roald Knutsen
ISBN : 9781906876227
Genre : History
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This is the first in-depth study in English to examine the warrior and shamanic characteristics and significance of tengu in the martial art culture (bugei) of Muromachi Japan (1336-1573).

Kenjutsu

Author : Original Japanese Scrolls
ISBN : 1475222882
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The Art of the Sword or Kenjutsu is a Japanese military art practiced all over the world - however, access to original scrolls is often kept secret or is difficult due to the documents being kept in small libraries across japan. Here in this book a small number of scrolls - some illustrated - have been put together in their original Japanese form. This is to aid serious students of Kenjutsu in their quest for a deeper understanding of the way of the sword. This volume contains the following documents in orginal Japanese: * Katori Shinto Ryu Inka Heiho No Maki* Kashima Nito Ryu Heihoki* Toda Ito Ryu* The Postures of Yamamoto Kansuke* Jikishin Kage Ryu Hieho Mokuroku* Shinkake Ryu Heiho Mokuroku

Bojutsu The Matsumoto System

Author : Matsumoto Torata
ISBN : 1544885172
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A translation and reproduction of a Japanese book about Bojutsu. Matsumoto Torata developed this system of Bojutsu (fighting with a staff) in the 1920s. He intended this system to be used in Junior High Schools as well as by people in the community as a method of self-defense. His training methodology likely originated with the Shingyoto Muto Ryu school of martial arts. First time in English.

Devil S Gloves And The One Cut

Author : Paul Budden
ISBN : 1463535384
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The ancient art of Kendo has been studied and practiced throughout Japan for centuries and has along with similar Japanese cultures spread worldwide. Thus the appeal of this unique activity is therefore no longer limited to its homeland, this may be attributed to the plain and simple fact that Kendo can actually be understood and put into practice anywhere, by anyone and at any time or place.This is the first study outside of Japan and the first in English, covering a brief history, the philosophical aspects and technical elements that make up this classical school of swordsmanship dating from the 17th century known as Ono ha Itto ryu.It will be of specific interest to those who practice Kendo, and also to the numerous enthusiasts of all Far Eastern martial arts.

The Hundred Rules Of War

Author : Tsukahara Bokuden
ISBN : 1548035661
Genre : Martial arts
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Includes photocopies of the handwritten calligraphic copy of The Hundred Rules of War by Tsukahara Bokuden, with transcription and analysis in Japanese by Hori Shohei, and English translation and notes by Eric Shahan.

Katori Shinto Ryu

Author : Risuke Otake
ISBN : 1890536210
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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