Tatsumi-ryu

Systems: kenjutsu (odachi, kodachi, nito, fukuro shinai); iai (odachi); yawara; sojutsu; bojutsu (rokushaku bo, hanbo); shurikenjutsu; hojojutsu; shudan sentoho; monomi
Date founded: Eisho period (1504-1520)
Founded by: Tatsumi Sankyo
Present representative/headmaster: Kato Hiroshi, 22nd headmaster
Primarily located in: Chiba; authorized branches in Australia, France, Spain


Resources
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Book  "Field Guide to the Classical Japanese Martial Arts"
in Sword & Spirit
Book  "Kato Takashi: Reflections of the Tatsumi-ryu Headmaster" by Liam Keeley
in Koryu Bujutsu
Photo  Kenjutsu techniques, performed by the son and grandson of soke Kato Takashi
Nihon Kobudo Shinkokai Hono Embu, Shimogamo Shrine, Kyoto, 5/4/97
Photo  Kenjutsu techniques, performed by the son and grandson of soke Kato Takashi
Nihon Kobudo Shinkokai Hono Embu, Shimogamo Shrine, Kyoto, 5/4/97
Photo  Kenjutsu, demonstrated by 21st headmaster Kato Takashi (left) with son Kato Hiroshi
Hono Embu, Kashima Shrine, 6/12/94
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  Tatsumi-ryu in Australia at the Melbourne Koryu Kenkyukai
Led by authorized instructor Liam Keeley.
Book  "The Tojutsu of the Tatsumi-ryu, Murphy's Law, and the K.I.S.S. Principle" by Liam Keeley
in Sword & Spirit
Photo  Yawara technique, performed by Yamada Ichiro and Kanke Keiichi
Tatsumi-ryu Special Demonstration, Boso Muro, Chiba, 1991

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Book  Book review at Koryu.com
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