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20th February 2008, 03:16
Please be advised that the above publication is now available at the link below.



24th February 2008, 06:25
wow it'll be great when the frauds get their hands on that. I hope you put in some misinformation so you can use it against them when they make false claims

24th February 2008, 15:43
As concerns frauds using the work, it will be very difficult for them to do so. The work contains clear and documented conclusions as to the fate of Fujita's Wada-ha. Additionally, Fujita's other three arts, Nanban Satto-ryu, Shingetsu-ryu and Daien-ryu, have a living inheritor with a direct connection to Fujita.

Lastly, I am and have always been of the opinion that open and available information is more difficult for frauds to manipulate, than some arcane information that is cannot be quoted or verified.

9th March 2008, 14:57
Attached please find a blog designed to discuss the contents of my book, and to allow me to display images that are relevant to my research, but, were not originally taken to be displayed in a book. The images will appear shortly.

I also wanted to provide a platform for individuals to submit/discuss information related to Fujita Seiko, that comes from sources that I may not have uncovered during the course of my research.


21st March 2008, 22:32
Hi I tried to order from the site but doesn't seem to be able to order outsideof USA, how can i order in the uk?

22nd March 2008, 03:22

Try Amazon or some of the other online book sellers. I'm sure Amazon UK is carrying it. Let me know if your not successful.


17th July 2008, 04:51
The following are the most recent reviews of my book on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Fujita-Seiko-Phillip-T-Hevener/dp/1436301769/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1216266562&sr=8-1

30th June 2009, 04:45
Please be advised that my book will be reviewed by Bujinkan Magazine, an official online publication of the Bujinkan Dojo, in July 2009. Please take the time to look into both the book and Bujinkan Magazine.


Phillip T Hevener

Kevin Geaslin
11th August 2009, 23:27
I'll be ordering one soon.

7th October 2009, 03:52
Here is my youtube book trailer which will give you an idea of the book's contents: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNu9GtT7Msc

Kevin Geaslin
31st October 2009, 02:41
I got my copy from Amazon a few days ago. So far it's been very interesting! I haven't finished it yet, but I especially enjoyed the story about the yakuza challenger and the flesh-fillet! Those guys were intense. Fujita's funeral attendees was also an interesting list, I didn't know he was held in such high regard by his budo/bujutsu contemporaries.