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Some Identifying Characteristics of Nihon Jujutsu,  by Dr. Stephen M. Fabian. Also includes definition of zanshin, mushin, fudoshin.

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Shintō Musō-ryū - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Shintō Musō-ryū - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Shinto-Muso Ryu Jodo - Shimizu Takaji Sensei and Nishioka Tsuneo Yasunori Sensei - YouTube

Shinto-Muso Ryu Jodo - Shimizu Takaji Sensei and Nishioka Tsuneo Yasunori Sensei - YouTube

Jojutsu Isshin Ryu Kusarigamajutsu  Ikkaku Ryu Juttejutsu

Jojutsu Isshin Ryu Kusarigamajutsu Ikkaku Ryu Juttejutsu

Nakayama Hakudō (中山 博道?, February 11, 1872 - December 14, 1958), also known as Nakayama Hiromichi, "Kendo no Kamisama" (God of Kendo), was the founder of Musō Shinden-ryū. Only person jūdan (10th degree) and hanshi (master instructor) ranks in kendō, iaidō and jōdō from the AJKF. He held instructor's license in Shintō Musō-ryū and Menkyo kaiden in Shindō Munen-ryū (making him the 7th sōke). One of the masters of the Shimomura-ha, which was called Musō Shinden Eishin-ryū, iaijutsu.

Nakayama Hakudō (中山 博道?, February 11, 1872 - December 14, 1958), also known as Nakayama Hiromichi, "Kendo no Kamisama" (God of Kendo), was the founder of Musō Shinden-ryū. Only person jūdan (10th degree) and hanshi (master instructor) ranks in kendō, iaidō and jōdō from the AJKF. He held instructor's license in Shintō Musō-ryū and Menkyo kaiden in Shindō Munen-ryū (making him the 7th sōke). One of the masters of the Shimomura-ha, which was called Musō Shinden Eishin-ryū, iaijutsu.

Isshin Ryu Kursarigama Jutsu

kusarigama jutsu, chain and sickle,

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