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Asayama Ichiden Ryu

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History

Tradition states that theIchiden Ryu lineage begins with Marume Mondonoshô Norikichi (丸目主水正則吉).[1] His student, Kuniie Yauemon (国家弥右衛門)[2] taught Asayama Ichidensai Shigetatsu, founder of Asayama Ichiden Ryu. Ichidensai then spread his tradition across the country. However, the historical records for this lineage are unclear.

Another tradition claims that he learned from a variety of teachers, including Kamiizumi Hidetsuna, Okuyama Saemondayu Tadanobu (奥山左衛門大夫忠信)[3], Nakamura Senjurô(中村泉十郎)[4], as well as with the Yoshioka family in the capital. There is also some thought there may be a connection with Tamiya Ryu.

Ichidensai died on the 5th day of the first month of the 4th year of Jôkyô (1687) at the age of 78. He had numerous students, and many other schools eventually spawned off of the main branches.

Lineage

The following is the lineage of Asayama Ichiden Ryu. Links have been followed as given in Bugei Ryuha Daijiten. Where a follower is attributed with another ryu it is noted by their name.

Lineage from Asano Naohisa

  • Kaneda Genbei Masatoshi (金田源兵衛正利)
    • (Kaneda Ichiden Ryu)

Lineage from Kojima Mitsutomo

  • Nakamura Kyubei Mitsutoshi (仲村九兵衛光利)
  • Nakai Mouemon Shigeyori (中井茂右衛門重頼)
  • Onozato Shinbe'e Katsuyuki (小野里新兵衛勝之)
  • Nakada Shichizaemon Masatsune (中田七左衛門政経)
    • Omura Moemon (小村茂右衛門)
      • (Asayama Ichiden Koryu)
  • Asayama Ichidensai Shigeyuki (浅山一伝斉重行)

Lineage from Morito Asatsune through the Morito family

  • Morito Sandayu Guda (森戸三太夫偶太)
  • Morito Ichidensai Kaneharu (森戸一伝斉金春)[5]
  • Morito Sandayu Harumura (森戸三太夫春邑)
  • Morito Sandayu Tsukutsuna (森戸三太夫鏗綱)
  • Morito Sandayu Kanenori (森戸三太夫金制)
    • Tsuda Ichizaemon Masayuki (津田一左衛門正之)
      • (Tsuda Ichiden Ryu)
    • Kobayashi Tojuro Tadahide (小林藤十郎忠秀)
      • (Sagura Ichiden Ryu)
  • Morito Sandayu Kanafuri (森戸三太夫金振)
    • Morito Isaburo (森戸猪三郎)
  • Morito Sandayu Iwao (森戸三太夫岩雄)

Lineage from Watanabe Tadafusa
  • Watanabe Katsuemon Tadamitsu (渡辺勝右衛門忠光)

Lineage from Morito Kanegata
  • Harano Hachirouemon Tadafusa (原野八郎右衛門忠房)
  • Ooshima Jinjuro (大島甚十郎)
  • Maruyama Kumahachi Sadatsugi (丸山熊八貞次)

Lineage from Miyoshi Tsuneki

  • Miyoshi Jurodayu Tsunenaka (三好十郎大夫恒中)
  • Oohashi Dengoemon (大橋伝五右衛門)
  • Ootsuki Yosuke Noriyuki (大附用助軌之)
  • Sase Tota Masazumi (佐瀬藤太政純)
  • Sase Jingoemon Masatake (佐瀬甚五右衛門政武)
  • Sase Shichiro Masahiro (佐瀬七郎政啓)
  • Sase Tota Hirohotsu (佐瀬藤太啓発)
  • Sase Masaharu (佐瀬政春)

Lineage from Asaoka Hisakatsu

  • Kakei Morita (筧守太)
  • Nagayama Tanji Nobuaki (長山丹治信詮)
  • Hirota Ryosuke Michiyasu (弘田良助道安)
  • Mimoto Mangoro Nobuto (三本万五郎信遠)
  • Mimoto Kosaku Shigenori (三本広作重則)
  • Mori Yajibei (森弥次平)

Lineage from Matsumoto Korin

  • Morikawa Saemon Michimasa (森河左衛門道正)
  • Daishima Magobe'e Hidesada (台島孫兵衛英貞)
    • (Ohen Ryu)

Lineage from Yamazaki Suketada

  • Yamazaki Magodayu Fusanaga (山崎孫大夫房長)
  • Hachiya Kizaburo Kaan (蜂屋喜三郎可安)
    • Honma Yahee Oto (本間弥兵衛応統)
  • Kato Shigeri Masakatsu (加藤志解正勝)

Lineage from Kakuda Shuji

  • Sage Tohachi Shigetachi (提藤八稠達)
  • Kakuda Nakauemon Harufusa (角田仲右衛門春房)
  • Kakuda Tsunehachi Toyofusa (角田常八豊房)

Lineage from Ozaki Shigetsugi

  • Ozaki Denshichiro (小崎伝七郎)
    • (Jishin Ryu)


Meiji Tradition

There is a tradition from the Meiji Era that gives the following list, starting with what it claims is the name of the '13th Generation'. It is unclear how this line traces back to Asayama Shigetatsu, however.

  • 13th Ookura Kyujiro Naoyuki (大倉久次郎直行)
  • 14th Einuma Tsuneyuki (永沼経行)
  • 15th Einuma Yoshiyuki (永沼良行)
  • Ueno Kantenshin (上野貫天心)

Notes

  1. His childhood name is given as Sannosuke, 三之助
  2. Credited with Kageyama Shintô(?) Ryu (影山真刀流)
  3. A student of Taisha Ryu's Marume Kurandosa (丸目蔵人佐)
  4. A follower of Kamiizumi Hidetsuna
  5. Also 'Morito Sandayu Tsunetada' (森戸三太夫経忠)

References

  • Watatani, Kiyoshi and Yamada, Tadashi (2003), Bugei Ryuha Daijiten (武芸流派大辞典), Tokyo Copy, Tokyo, Japan.
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