I recently browsed around the internets reading about the history of feudal Japan and the Sōhei or warrior monks and according to wikipedia (a rather dubious source, I know) their time ended when Tokugawa Ieyasu beat everyone. I was wondering however if the practice of martial arts - especially koryu - has survived in any form in Japanese monasteries?

Now, I'm not expecting to meet any modern day yamabushi or Benkei, but do some sects in Japan actively practice some form of martial arts or is meditation and rites for the dead all they are concerned with these days?

I am also aware that meditation or buddhism is incorporated in some modern martial arts, but I'm not interested in those either - unless they originated or are practiced by buddhist monks of course.