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    Pictures

    Hi Everybody!

    Do anybody have pictures about the headmasters?
    The most important for me is the picture of Matsumoto Bizen-no-Kami and Yamada Heizaemon Mitsunori! :)
    Thanks a lot!
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    Current headmaster...

    Does somebody know who is Iwasa Kyoushyusai? Is he the same person as Iwasa Masaru? Or somebody else?
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    Sad

    Yes! Unfortunately it is true! :(
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    Sakakibara

    (Check the list whose got menkyo from Sakakibara Kenkichi! But this was just an example!)
    According to the comments of the owner of the japanese IP the "Hyakuren Kai" list is wrong! Unfortunately I...
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    Thanks!

    Dear Mr Ron Beaubien!

    Thanks for your help!
    Somebody made comments on the Wikipedia sometimes with the name of "Ahunpo" and sometimes from a japanese IP - and I found this IP in the former blog...
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    Article

    Hi!

    I found an interesting article about the birth of Jikishin Kage-ryu Naginatajutsu:
    http://www.koryu.com/library/wwj4.html
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    A Jikishin Kage-ryu group and the big-white-man

    Hi Everybody!

    I found earlier a website about a group practising Jikishin Kage-ryu Kenjutsu in Japan. Do you know something about them? http://www.linkclub.or.jp/~takigami/index.htm

    And do you...
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    Thanks

    Thanks for your informations David and Christopher! :smilejapa
    I got the message. Of course I'm interested in the kanjis too!
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    the two style

    Hi!

    Jikishin Kage-ryu Kenjutsu and Naginatajutsu is two different styles. No connections between them!
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    parts of Fukuro Shinai no (To no) kata

    Hi David!

    I interested in the names of the 14 parts of To no kata, and the six parts of Kodachi no kata...
    Habiki's parts are 'almost' the same as Hojo...
    So yes I ask for the name of the parts!...
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    Name of the katas

    Hi Everybody!

    Have you got the names of Fukuro Shinai no (Tono) Kata's parts? (Like in Hojo: hasso happa, itto ryodan etc.) All the 14...? (And do you have the same of the three other katas?)
    ...
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    Hmm

    It's a really good question David!
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    Wikipedia-discussion

    Hi Everybody!

    Did you read the little discussion in the wikipedia about two line of the style?
    The Seito-ha and Hyakuren Kai... What is your opinion?...
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    Jikishin Kage-ryu dvd

    Hi Christopher!

    Have you got this dvd: http://www.budovideos.com/shop/customer/product.php?productid=25376&cat=364&page=1...
  15. Contact

    Dear Christopher,

    It is interesting to talk to other Jikishin Kage-ryu Kenjutsu students so I have a lot of questions... :)

    - What is the kihon you practise in a training?
    - Which kiai-s do...
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    Sticky: Kobudo links

    Some kobudo links:
    http://kobudo.lap.hu/

    The Hungarian Oshukai site:
    http://www.oshukai.hu/
  17. Linkage

    It is difficult to explain - he studied the style in two different linkage (1. the Nomi-ha from Yokokawa sensei, who was the student of Ishigaki Yasuzou's uncle; 2. from his uncle).
    :rolleyes:
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    Sticky: Okinawa Kobudo links

    http://kobudo.lap.hu/
  19. Kashima Shinden Jikishin Kage-ryu Kenjutsu

    Some links:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kashima_Shinden_Jikishinkage-ryu
    http://www.kenjutsu.hu/
    http://www.kashimashindenjikishinkageryu.com/
    http://kenjutsu.lap.hu/ (Hungarian)
  20. History of Jikishin Kage-ryu Kenjutsu

    The Jikishin Kage-ryu Kenjutsu comes from a previous school, Kage-ryu Kenjutsu. A samurai called Aizu Iko founded Kage-ryu in 1490 (the school of shadow). He perfected, and tought his style around...
  21. Jikishin Kage-ryu Kenjutsu - Hungary & Germany

    I would like to offer you a Jikishin Kage-ryu Kenjutsu dojo in Hungary and Germany!
    More infos in http://www.kenjutsu.hu/ site!
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