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This style had a profound influence on the development of [[Kendo]].  Followers of this style learned to master the spirit-heart, internal energy, and the energy of the body; Shin, Ki, and Ryoku respectively.  Thus they learned to act only when the emotions were quiet and free from any fear and evil intent. The fundamental principle in this style is called Uchikachi, which means attack and defense in one blow.
 
This style had a profound influence on the development of [[Kendo]].  Followers of this style learned to master the spirit-heart, internal energy, and the energy of the body; Shin, Ki, and Ryoku respectively.  Thus they learned to act only when the emotions were quiet and free from any fear and evil intent. The fundamental principle in this style is called Uchikachi, which means attack and defense in one blow.
  
==Masters==
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==Successors==
 
*1.Ito Ittosai
 
*1.Ito Ittosai
 
*2.Ono Tadaaki
 
*2.Ono Tadaaki
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*9.Chiba Shusaku (Foundd [[Hokushin Itto Ryu]])
 
*9.Chiba Shusaku (Foundd [[Hokushin Itto Ryu]])
 
*9.Yamaoka Tetsutaro (Founded [[Itto Seiden Muto Ryu]])
 
*9.Yamaoka Tetsutaro (Founded [[Itto Seiden Muto Ryu]])
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==References==
 
==References==
 
*''Nihon Densho Bugei Ryuha Dokuhon''(日本伝承武芸流派読本) Shinjinbutsu Orai sha 1994
 
*''Nihon Densho Bugei Ryuha Dokuhon''(日本伝承武芸流派読本) Shinjinbutsu Orai sha 1994
 
[[Category:Bujutsu]]
 
[[Category:Bujutsu]]
 
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Latest revision as of 22:02, 1 December 2012

This style had a profound influence on the development of Kendo. Followers of this style learned to master the spirit-heart, internal energy, and the energy of the body; Shin, Ki, and Ryoku respectively. Thus they learned to act only when the emotions were quiet and free from any fear and evil intent. The fundamental principle in this style is called Uchikachi, which means attack and defense in one blow.

[edit] Successors

[edit] References

  • Nihon Densho Bugei Ryuha Dokuhon(日本伝承武芸流派読本) Shinjinbutsu Orai sha 1994
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