Isshin-ryu

Systems: kusarigamajutsu (kusarigama; cho-e kama)
Date founded: late 15th century
Founded by: Nen Ami Jion
Present representative/headmaster: senior exponents of the Shinto Muso-ryu (the Isshin-ryu is subsumed within the teachings of Shinto Muso-ryu and is generally not studied as a separate art)
Primarily located in: Fukuoka, Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai Prefecture


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Photo  Phil Relnick and Meik Skoss demonstrate
Woodinville Seiryukai Kagami Biraki, Woodinville, Washington, 1/15/00
Photo  Phil Relnick demonstrates
Woodinville Seiryukai Kagami Biraki, Woodinville, Washington, 1/15/00

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