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Ono Ha Itto Ryu Kenjutsu DVD (Nihon Kobudo Series)

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Part of the Nihon Kobudo series, this video covers the art of Ono Ha Itto Ryu Kenjutsu. This was the main sword art studied by Daito Ryu legend Sokaku Takeda.

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This video covers the art of Ono Ha Itto Ryu Kenjutsu. This was the main sword art studied by Daito Ryu legend Sokaku Takeda.

Covered in this video are bokken vs bokken kata, bokken vs kodachi, kodachi vs kodachi, and shinken vs shinken.

Ono Ha Itto Ryu is a classical Japanese school of kenjutsu (odachi, kodachi, habiki) and was founded by Ono Jirouemon Tadaaki who inherited the school from Ito Ittosai Kagehisa (Itto ryu). Ono Tadaaki wasthe kenjutsu instructor of the Tokugawa shogun. Current headmaster is Sasamori Takemi.
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SKU BV-1653
Release Date Jan 1, 2009
Other Info N/A
Format DVD-R NTSC
Languages Japanese
Length 47 min.

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