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Thread: Koryu in Washington State?

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    Default Lots to choose from

    I have recently moved to Seattle and the koryu I practice is Kashima-shinden Jikishinkage-ryu kenjutsu. I am very impressed by the amount of koryu in the PNW: Takamura-ha Shindo Yoshin-ryu, Sosuishi-ryu, Shinto Muso-ryu, Daito-ryu, Takenouchi-ryu, Toda-ha Buko-ryu, Araki-ryu, Tenshinsho-den Katori Shinto-ryu, Owari Shinkage-ryu, Owari Kan-ryu, the list goes on (is that even exhaustive -- there probably is more).

    Mark Raugas
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    Mark Raugas

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    Hey Mark,
    Welcome!
    Yeah, the rest of us are envious over the sheer number of legitimate koryu in that area. You can keep the rain and the slugs though!
    Paul Smith
    "Always keep the sharp side and the pointy end between you and your opponent"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgsmith View Post
    You can keep the rain and the slugs though!
    Oh come on; our slugs are great. A little garlic, some shallots... ;-)
    Yours in Budo,
    ---Brian---

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