Hyoho Niten Ichi-ryu

Systems: kenjutsu (odachi, kodachi, nitto)
Date founded: early Edo period (ca. 1640)
Founded by: Miyamoto Musashi Fujiwara Genshin, 1584-1645
Present representative/headmaster: 11th soke Iwami Toshio Gensho
Primarily located in: Oita


Book  "Field Guide to the Classical Japanese Martial Arts"
in Koryu Bujutsu
Web Site  Hyoho Niten Ichi Ryu
by Eli Steenput
Photo  Imai Masayuki (right), headmaster, demonstrates the distinctive two-sword technique of his school
20th Nihon Kobudo Embu Taikai, Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, 2/2/97
Link Type Nihon Kobudo Kyokai 30th Anniversary: Part 1 by Guy Buyens New
Notes on the ryu that participated in the Kobudo Kyokai's 30th Anniversary demonstration, 2009.
Web Site  Video of Niten Ichi-ryu technique
By Furyu's Wayne Muromoto
Book  A Way to Victory: The Annotated Book of Five Rings
translation and commentary by Hidy Ochiai
Web Site  "A profile of 10th generation headmaster, Imai Masayuki"
by Colin Hyakutake-Watkin

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