Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu

Systems: iaijutsu (odachi); also training in iai-derived paired exercises ("kenjutsu")
Date founded: late Muromachi period (ca. 1590)
Founded by: Hayashizaki Jinsuke Shigenobu, ca. 1542-1621
Present representative/headmaster: There are several lines of transmission, the senior representatives of which claim to be the headmaster or the most senior authority. It is difficult, if not impossible to determine which of these are valid claims.
Primarily located in: throughout Japan, with many dojo located in the Kansai area


Resources
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Web Site  The Eishin-ryu of Tosa by Iwata Norikazu
Translated by Colin Hyakutake-Watkin
Web Site  Iaido.org
Andrej Diamantstein in the San Francisco Bay Area
Web Site  Iwata Norikazu's book on iai and Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu
Translated by Colin Hyakutake-Watkin
Web Site  John Ray's The Dojo Page
Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu in Texas.
Web Site  Masamune Dojo
Eishin-ryu in Birmingham, UK, under the direction of Fay Goodman
Web Site  Seishinkan Iaido
All Japan Iaido Federation representative dojos in Australia.
Web Site  Seifukan Dojo
Wayne Muromoto's Hawaii dojo
Web Site  Yugenkan Dojo, Canada
Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu

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