Keiko Shokon: Classical Warrior Traditions of Japan, volume 3
Edited by Diane Skoss.
Published by Koryu Books.
6" x 9" paperbk, 208 p., with 22 illustrations.
Includes bibliographical references, and complete glossary/index.
"This book is one that anyone who considers themselves serious about understanding the nature and history of Japanese budo, ancient or modern, must have and read and reread."
Peter Boylan, Mugendo Budo
"A must-have book!"
Robert Wolfe, Itten Dojo
"Keiko Shokon is especially recommended reading for anyone interested in learning more about the history and traditions of Japanese swordsmanship."
Paul Taylor, Midwest Book Review, August 2002
"The publication [of Keiko Shokon] is an important event for all those interested in the koryu, due to the level of authority and scholarly ability that their offerings bring to the world of Japanese martial arts publications."
Antony Cundy, Hop-lite, Fall 2002
"Keiko Shokon, as well as the first two books in the series, is well worth reading by anyone interested in the history behind our modern practice of Japanese martial arts.... This book is highly recommended."
Ken Mondschein, FightingArts.com
- by Quintin Chambers
- Keiko Shokon Revisited: An Introduction
- by Diane Skoss
- The Cat's Eerie Skill: A Translation of Issai Chozan's "Neko no Myojutsu"
- by Karl F. Friday
- Promise and Peril: The Potential of Following Multiple Koryu
- by Dave Lowry
- Interview with Nitta Suzuyo: Headmaster of the Toda-ha Buko-ryu
- by Liam Keeley
- Challenges in Observing the Koryu Bugei
- by Ron Beaubien
- Itto-ryu Kenjutsu: An Overview
- by Meik Skoss
- Soke: Historical Incarnations of a Title and its Entitlements
- by William M. Bodiford
- Renovation and Innovation in Tradition
- by Ellis Amdur
- The Professional Perspective: Thoughts on the Koryu Bujutsu from a United States Marine
- by George H. Bristol
- with glossary
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