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    Quote Originally Posted by Ree
    Mikko Vilenius

    No pic's of Tenjin Shinyo Ryu?

    I was hoping to see my good side

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    Lee Masters
    Sadly I had to leave around 13:15 for my own training I believe Tenjin Shin'yo ryu was after that..
    -Mikko Vilenius

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    Yes we went on at 13:30,good pics.
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    Hi all

    Just posted video on myspace site:
    www.myspace.com/tenyokaiuk

    Hope you enjoy.

    Those who don't know me I'm the one being beaten up .
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    Lee Masters
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    Thanks a lot, Vile. They are great shots. Thanks for sharing


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    Say Vile..What are these guys doing?






    There must be a very interesting story behind this

    (from Viles photo-album, "Japan 2006" gallery next to "Kobudo Taikai (C) M Vilenius" gallery.)
    Fredrik Hall
    "To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." /Confucius

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred27
    Say Vile..What are these guys doing?
    I don't know what that is, but it may well be the scariest thing that I've ever seen. I will have nightmares for weeks. If that is a martial art, it must be truly devestating.
    David Sims

    "Cuius testiculos habes, habeas cardia et cerebellum." - Terry Pratchet

    My opinion is, in all likelihood, worth exactly what you are paying for it.

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    Talking Haha

    I think that must be the Oroka ryu 愚流 (BRDJ, 武芸流派大根辞典, pp. 458) performing their ninjutsu like techniques. The techniques were developed during Edo period to sneak into the freakiest parts of the Yoshiwara pleasure quarters to assassin badly drunken samurai that were late with their enormous sake and prostitute depts.

    Those are just some performers from "Tokyo Circus" at the Yoyogi park. You can also see some serious martial arts at Yoyogi. Usually one guy with chrome coated bamboo blade easily winning over several opponents, while stopping to anime-cool kamaes between each opponent and performing several 360 degree spins. Hope you'll enjoy the other pictures aswell
    -Mikko Vilenius

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vile
    I think that must be the Oroka ryu 愚流 (BRDJ, 武芸流派大根辞典, pp. 458) performing their ninjutsu like techniques. The techniques were developed during Edo period to sneak into the freakiest parts of the Yoshiwara pleasure quarters to assassin badly drunken samurai that were late with their enormous sake and prostitute depts.
    Sneaksy assassains in bunny ears!

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    Hope you'll enjoy the other pictures aswell
    Yeh the photos are great! All of em. Keep em coming .
    Fredrik Hall
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    Interesting and nice photos.
    Thanks
    Steffen Gjerding
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    Yup, lousy english

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    Default Koryu demonstrations & events in Japan

    Some shots from the last enbu at Kashima-Jingū.

    Nothing too special, but please note the copyright. If you want to use them on some other web page, publication, etc, please be kind enough to contact me.
    -Mikko Vilenius

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    Beautiful pictures, thank you for sharing.
    TSKSR - Kakudokan Kristiansand
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    Those are excellent pictures, Mikko. Thanks for sharing them.
    David Sims

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    Nice photos. Thanks.
    Steffen Gjerding
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    Yup, lousy english

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    Thanks a lot.Your shots are always great. I love them


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    Nice shots.
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